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Leading provider of college sports recruitment and scholarship statistics, AthleticScholarships.com, has just published a report that analyzes the high school stats of the top 2012 NFL wide receiver draft picks and how they compare to the average stats of Division I college football recruits.
(PRWEB) May 06, 2012
AthleticScholarships.com has analyzed the 2012 NFL draft, and created reports on the top picks. The analysis focuses on the high school stats of first round wide receiver picks, of which there were four this year: Justin Blackmon (5), Michael Floyd (13), Kendall Wright (20) and A.J. Jenkins (30).
The analysis compares these athletes’ high school stats to average stats for Division I football recruits.
Division I Football Recruitment Stats for Top Level Wide Receivers
The data utilized to create these average stats was provided by college football recruiters and coaches, hundreds of recruited high school athletes and college rosters across the United States.
Senior High School Stats of the Top Wide Receiver NFL Draft Picks 2012
To get more information on football college scholarships and recruiting as well as athletic scholarship statistics in states, divisions and schools across the country, please visit: AthleticScholarships.com
AthleticScholarships.com is a leading provider of college athletic scholarship statistics and recruitment information. The organization helps student athletes identify opportunities and make connections with recruiters across the country by gathering stats on a wide variety of men's and women's sports and delivering the information in an easily searchable format that allows users to search by sport, state, division and school.
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