pulvea
It seems that the state has more division 1 players each year.... Led me to this question...

What school has produced the most Division 1 players the last 10 years/ 5 years?

Travis- I didn't know if there was a database with this or something...
Maybe some alums on the board have that info...


Schools that I assume will be in there

Kimberly
Arrowhead
Homestead
Franklin
Marquette
Kenosha Bradford




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wiscopetty
Just by doing a quick search on the Rivals database (goes back to 2002), it looks like the top schools from your list are:

Arrowhead (22)
Homestead (10)
Franklin (7)
Marquette (6)
Bradford (6)
Kimberly (4)

Other schools that popped up a lot/have been historically successful:
Brookfield Central (11)
Milwaukee Vincent (5)
D.C. Everest (4)
Waunakee (4)

Travis might have more at his disposal to figure this out.

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macandcheese
Somerset has one at NDSU (Jeramy Kelly) One at The University of Minnesota (Gaelen Elmore) And one on The IR with the Houston Texans (Bryan Witzman )
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ruhsfootball
Milwaukee Riverside(10)

Brandon Brooks (Miami Ohio)(Houston Texans) 2007
Donovan Robinson (Jackson State)(CFL) 2007
Mark Martin(Illinois State) 2007
Shane Covington (Indiana) 2008
Ryan Givens (Illinois State) 2009
Jeremy Gordon (North Dakota State) 2010
Geoff Bacon(West Point /Army) 2010
Brennon Richman (West Point/Army) 2011
Eric Murray (Minnesota) 2011
Russell Chambers (Northern Illinois) 2014

A number of d2/d3 guys also
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nscfootballfan
I was fortunate enough to begin my coaching career at Milwaukee Vincent during the late 90s through the early to mid 2000s. During that time, they produced 12 D1 players and a big number of D2 and D3 kids.

1999 Marques Johnson (North Dakota State)
2000 Chris Govan (Illinois State)
2001 Demetrius Eaton (Northwestern/Chicago Bears/Europe)
2001 LaShawn Bullock (Illinois State/ Minnesota-Duluth)
2001 Eric Pittman (Northern Illinois)
2001 Mychael McKay (Northern Illinois)
2002 Greg Bracey (Missouri/San Diego Chargers)
2004 Marcus McClinton (Kentucky/New England Patriots) *started as QB at Vincent in 2001 then transferred out of state to Kentucky
2004 Ray Henderson (Tennessee/Minnesota) *started as an OL at Vincent in 2001 then transferred to Oak Creek HS
2005 Deandre Levy (Wisconsin/Detroit Lions)
2005 Nick Polk (Indiana/Houston Texans/Denver Broncos)
2005 Adrian Battles (Minnesota State/Green Bay Packers)
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jmaingut
wiscopetty wrote:
Just by doing a quick search on the Rivals database (goes back to 2002), it looks like the top schools from your list are:

Arrowhead (22)
Homestead (10)
Franklin (7)
Marquette (6)
Bradford (6)
Kimberly (4)

Other schools that popped up a lot/have been historically successful:
Brookfield Central (11)
Milwaukee Vincent (5)
D.C. Everest (4)
Waunakee (4)

Travis might have more at his disposal to figure this out.


Waunakee also had Nick Clemens at Western Michigan, Jake Irwin at Wisconsin (although he received a scholarship, he never played there) and now we have Troy Laufenberg.
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