NFL Veterans Breakdown By Areas

Here's a breakdown of the veterans of the NFL and what areas produce these players.

What areas have produced the most high school football players to go on to the National Football League? Here's the order if you look at the veterans with at least four years of NFL experience. Rookies, second and third year players were thrown out.

1. Southern California 78
2. South Florida 48
3. San Francisco/Sacramento 31
4. Dallas Fort Worth (Texas) 29
5. Houston (Texas) 29
5. Atlanta (Ga.) 29
7. New Orleans/Baton Rouge (La.) 20<
8. District of Columbia 18
8. Cleveland (Ohio) 18
8. East Texas 18
11. Chicago (Ill.) 17
12. Florida Panhandle 15
13. Tampa Bay 14
13. North Jersey 14
13. Central Texas 14
16. Detroit (Mi.) 13
16. Phoenix (Az.) 13
16. Columbia (S.C.) 13
19. Central Jersey 12
20. Pittsburgh (Pa.) 11
21. Birmingham (Ala.) 10
21. Central Florida 10
21. Indianapolis (In.) 10
21. Minneapolis/St. Paul 10
21. Virginia Beach (Va.) 10
26. Denver (Co.) 9
26. Cincinnati (Ohio) 9
28. Central California 8
28. San Diego (Calif.) 8
28. Jackson (Ms.) 8
28. Philadelphia (Pa.) 8
28. Knoxville (Tenn.) 8
33. South Georgia 7
33. South Jersey 7
33. Jacksonville (Fla.) 7
33. Richmond (Va.) 7
33. Seattle (Wa.) 7
38. Memphis (Tenn.) 6
38. Little Rock (Ark.) 6
40. Charleston (S.C.) 5
40. Roanoke (Va.) 5
40. Mobile (Ala.) 5
40. Shreveport (La.) 5
44. Raleigh (N.C.) 4
44. Southwest Florida 4
44. Macon (Ga.) 4
44. St. Louis (Mo.) 4
44. Charlotte (N.C.) 4
44. Myrtle Beach (S.C.) 4
44. Louisville (Ky.) 4
44. Nashville (Tenn.) 4
52. Kansas City 3
52. Greenville (S.C.) 3
54. Biloxi (Ms.) 2
54. Baltimore (Md.) 2

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