Alabama  |   Arkansas  |   Auburn  |   Florida  |   Georgia  |   Kentucky  |   LSU  |   Miss St  |   Ole Miss  |   South Carolina  |   Tennessee  |   Vanderbilt  |  
Arizona  |   Arizona State  |   California  |   Oregon  |   Oregon St  |   Stanford  |   UCLA  |   USC  |   Washington  |   Washington St  | 
Illinois  |   Indiana  |   Iowa  |   Michigan  |   Michigan State  |   Minnesota  |   Northwestern  |   Ohio State  |   Penn State  |   Purdue  |   Wisconsin  |  
BC  |   Clemson  |   Duke  |   Florida State  |   Georgia Tech  |   Maryland  |   Miami  |   NC State   |   North Carolina  |   Virginia  |   Virginia Tech  |  Wake Forest  |  
Baylor  |   Colorado  |   Iowa St  |   Kansas  |   Kansas St  |   Missouri  |   Nebraska  |   Oklahoma  |   Oklahoma State  |  Texas  |   Texas A&M  |   Texas Tech  |  
Cincinnati  |   Connecticut  |   Louisville  |   Pittsburgh  |   Rutgers  |   South Florida  |   Syracuse  |   West Virginia  |  
Army  |   Navy  |   Notre Dame  |  
Conference USA  |   MAC  |   WAC  |   Mountain West  |   Sun Belt  |   Big Sky  |   Southern Conference  |  Atlantic 10  |   SWAC  |  
Akron  |   Ball State  |   Bowling Green  |   Buffalo  |   Central Michigan  |   E Michigan  |   Kent State  |   Miami OH  |   Northern Illinois  |   Ohio  |   Temple  |   Toledo  |   W Michigan  |  
East Carolina  |   Houston  |   Marshall  |   Memphis  |   Rice  |   SMU  |   Southern Miss  |   Texas-El Paso  |   Tulane  |   Tulsa  |   UAB  |   UCF  |  
Boise State  |   Fresno St  |   Hawaii  |   Idaho  |   Louisiana Tech  |   Nevada  |   New Mexico State  |   San Jose State  |   Utah St  |  
    
States ordered by Population Per Recruit

State
Number of Recruits
2000 Population
Population/Recruit
Hawaii
34
1,211,537
35,633.44
Mississippi
64
2,844,658
44,447.78
Florida
325
15,982,378
49,176.55
Louisiana
89
4,468,976
50,213.21
Alabama
87
4,447,100
51,116.09
Texas
389
20,851,820
53,603.65
Georgia
151
8,186,453
54,214.92
DC
8
572,059
71,507.38
Arkansas
36
2,673,400
74,261.11
Utah
27
2,233,169
82,709.96
Ohio
136
11,353,140
83,478.97
South Carolina
48
4,012,012
83,583.58
Kansas
32
2,688,418
84,013.06
North Carolina
91
8,049,313
88,453.99
Oklahoma
35
3,450,654
98,590.11
Tennessee
57
5,689,283
99,811.98
California
320
33,871,648
105,848.90
Virginia
66
7,078,515
107,250.23
Nevada
18
1,998,257
111,014.28
Idaho
11
1,293,953
117,632.09
Colorado
36
4,301,261
119,479.47
New Jersery
66
8,414,350
127,490.15
Pennsylvania
92
12,281,054
133,489.72
Kentucky
29
4,041,769
139,371.34
Nebraska
12
1,711,263
142,605.25
Michigan
68
9,938,444
146,153.59
Arizona
34
5,130,632
150,900.94
Missouri
32
5,595,211
174,850.34
Illinois
70
12,419,293
177,418.47
Maryland
28
5,296,486
189,160.21
New Mexico
9
1,819,046
202,116.22
Indiana
30
6,080,485
202,682.83
Washington
29
5,894,121
203,245.55
Oregon
16
3,421,399
213,837.44
Delaware
3
783,600
261,200.00
Minnesota
18
4,919,479
273,304.39
Wisconsin
19
5,363,675
282,298.68
Iowa
9
2,926,324
325,147.11
West Virginia
5
1,808,344
361,668.80
Conneticut
9
3,405,565
378,396.11
Montana
2
902,195
451,097.50
Wyoming
1
493,782
493,782.00
Massachusetts
12
6,349,097
529,091.42
New Hampshire
2
1,235,786
617,893.00
Alaska
1
626,932
626,932.00
New York
29
18,976,457
654,360.59

 

 

About the Data:

The Data shown to the left reflects the recruits by state as compared to the 2000 US Census information. The information is sorted from highest concentration to lowest concentration, that is the state with the highest concentration of recruits per population unit. Four States (North Dakota, South Dakota,Rhode Island and Vermont) did not have any Division 1 recruits this year.


 

 


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