Which high school has produced the most current college athletes in each state?

Mitch Stephens | MaxPreps.com Wednesday, October 12, 2016 3:00pm

With help from Lateral Sports, find out which high school has the biggest college athletics pipeline in your state.

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Our team breaks down the biggest college sports pipelines in each state.

According to Lateral Sports and the HS Athlete College Guide, Florida's St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) is at the top of the list when it comes to producing current college fall sports participants.

But who leads the way in your state?

Pulling data from updated NCAA (Division I, II and III) and NAIA football, volleyball and men's and women's soccer rosters, we identify the top college athletics pipeline in each state:
Georgia's Brookwood has 23 former volleyball and girls soccer players participating at the college level this fall.
Georgia's Brookwood has 23 former volleyball and girls soccer players participating at the college level this fall.
State – High School, Current College Athletes
Alabama – Hoover, 53
Alaska – South (Anchorage), 22
Arizona – Hamilton (Chandler), 61
Arkansas – Fayetteville, 37
California – Mater Dei (Santa Ana), 99
Colorado – Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village), 63
Connecticut – Xavier (Middletown), 41
Delaware – Salesianum (Wilmington), 35
Florida – St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale), 104
Georgia – Brookwood (Snellville), 67
Hawaii – Kamehameha (Honolulu), 86
Idaho – Rocky Mountain (Meridian), 38
Illinois – Plainfield North (Plainfield), 86
Indiana – Carmel, 80
Iowa – Prairie (Cedar Rapids), 43
Kansas – Blue Valley Northwest (Overland Park), 50
Kentucky – Male (Louisville), 46
Louisiana – St. Paul's (Covington), 27
Maine – Scarborough, 27
Maryland – DeMatha (Hyattsville), 74
Massachusetts – Brockton, 53
Michigan – East Kentwood (Kentwood), 54
Minnesota – Eden Prairie, 56
Mississippi – Madison Central (Madison), 22
Missouri – Howell (St. Charles), 58
Montana – Helena, 38
Nebraska – Lincoln Southwest (Lincoln), 59
Nevada – Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas), 53
New Hampshire – Pinkerton (Derry), 32
New Jersey – Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey), 65
New Mexico – La Cueva (Albuquerque), 37
New York – St. Anthony's (Melville), 101
North Carolina – Mallard Creek (Charlotte), 51
North Dakota – Century (Bismarck), 13
Ohio –
Mason, 75
Oklahoma – Broken Arrow, 61
Oregon – Central Catholic (Portland), 52
Pennsylvania – North Allegheny (Wexford), 64
Rhode Island – La Salle Academy (Providence), 40
South Carolina – Wando (Mt. Pleasant), 41
South Dakota – Roosevelt (Sioux Falls), 29
Tennessee – Brentwood Academy (Brentwood), 43
Texas – Allen, 94
Utah – Alta (Sandy), 47
Vermont – Champlain Valley Union (Hinesburg), 23
Virginia – Briar Woods (Ashburn), 58
Washington – Camas, 47
West Virginia – Morgantown, 26
Wisconsin – Germantown, 39
Wyoming – Campbell County (Gillette), 17

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