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There are 7,423 current college football players from Texas at NCAA D-1, D-2, D-3, or NAIA schools. Of that number, 54 percent continued their careers at in-state colleges.In-state Division I programs with the most players from Texas
1. Houston - 100
2. Texas - 99
3. Rice - 93
4. Texas Tech - 91
5. Baylor - 91Out-of-state Division I schools with the most players from Texas
1. Oklahoma State - 71
2. Kansas - 46
3. Oklahoma - 43In-state programs in D-II, D-III, or NAIA with the most players from Texas
1. Mary Harding-Baylor - 172
2. Hardin-Simmons - 162
3. Howard Payne - 141Out-of-state programs in D-II, D-III, or NAIA with the most players from Texas
1. SE Oklahoma State - 107
2. Oklahoma Panhandle State - 76
3. Henderson State (AR) - 70
There are a number of factors that play into staying in-state. A big one from the perspective of parents is the in-state vs. out-of-state tuition at some universities. At Sam Houston State, for example, in-state tuition plus room and board is around $20,900 in-state, compared to out-of-state totals around $30,000.
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