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86atlbull

AAC more NFL draft picks than Big 12

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Another validation that the AAC should be a "Power" conference (Power 6).

2017 NFL draft picks by conference

Conference Picks Picks per school
SEC 53 3.79
ACC 43 3.07
Pac-12 36 3
Big Ten 35 2.5
AAC 15 1.25
Big 12 14 1.4

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2017/4/29/15489050/nfl-draft-2017-picks-results-college-conference-sec-acc-pac-12-big-ten-big-12

     
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Was wondering about this. Thanks. Yes one can't argue numbers. GO BULLS

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The drop-off after the top-4 is significant. 

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1 hour ago, jchem1995 said:

Was wondering about this. Thanks. Yes one can't argue numbers. GO BULLS

Any numbers involving the game of football have always had us in the top 6 (and sometimes even 4 or 5). Its those pesky numbers involving viewership, attendance, and money that have been our problem.

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38 minutes ago, Paisa el Toro said:

The drop-off after the top-4 is significant. 

That's not surprising, considering they overwhelminly get the best rated HS players.

You can count on ONE hand ALL the 4-star players signed by the ENTIRE AAC.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mama_Bull said:

That's not surprising, considering they overwhelminly get the best rated HS players.

You can count on ONE hand ALL the 4-star players signed by the ENTIRE AAC.

 

 

Is this serious? And regarding the 2017 class? THAT is surprising...

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8 minutes ago, theman123 said:

Is this serious? And regarding the 2017 class? THAT is surprising...

Yes, I'm serious.

Three 4-star players in the ENTIRE AAC 2017 class, according to 247.

http://247sports.com/Season/2017-Football/CompositeTeamRankings?Conference=AAC

I didn't check the other recruiting services, but I suspect there wouldn't be much difference.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Paisa el Toro said:

The drop-off after the top-4 is significant. 

Power 4 instead of Power 6 is likely. 

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Upon casual observation, it seems that half of Big 10 draftees came from two schools (no desire to dig deeper)

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3 minutes ago, Brad said:

Power 4 instead of Power 6 is likely. 

Could be the case in the long term. Each with 16 teams in two divisions.

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