The Gipper Posted October 12, 2010 Report Share Posted October 12, 2010 In another thread someone complained about Browns fans wanting to pick up Ohio State Buckeyes. So what I am doing here is to simply list which schools have been targeted the most in the Browns drafts going back to 1999, so here is the list of schools that the Browns have drafted from: Virginia Tech: 5 players: Jay Dunn, Lee Suggs, Andre Davis, Ben Taylor, Justin Hamilton Miami, Fla.: 5 players: Leon Williams, Kellen Winslow Jr., Joaquin Gonzales, James Jackson, Andre King Maryland: 4 players: D'Qwell Jackson, Melvin Fowler, Lewis Sanders, Kendell Ogle Colorado: 4 players: Lawrence Vickers, Brad Bedell, Rashidi Barnes, Dana Chiaverini Florida: 3 players: Joe Haden, Andra Davis, Gerard Warren Cal: 3 players: Alex Mack, ???Echemandu, Marquis Smith Georgia: 3 players: Mohammed Massaquoi, DeMario Minter, Sean Jones Arizona: 3 players: Syndric Steptoe, Dennis Northcutt, Manuia Savea Oklahoma: 3 players: Travis Wilson, Brodney Pool, Antonio Perkins Boston College: 3 players: Antonio Garay, William Green, Paul Zukauskus Stanford: 3 players: Babatunde Owshinowo, Amon Gordon, Kirk Chambers South Florida: 2 players: Carlton Mitchell, Anthony Henry Hawaii: David Veikune, Melia Purcell Southern Cal: 2 players: Kaiuka Maiava, Daylon McCutcheon Clemson: 2 playersJames Davis, Rahim Abdullah Wisconsin: 2 players Paul Hubbard, Joe Thomas Notre Dame: 2 players: Brady Quinn, Jeff Faine UNLV: 2 players: Beau Bell, Eric Wright Ohio State: 2 players Brian Robiskie, Darnell Sanders Michigan: 2 players Braylon Edwards, Aaron Shea Virginia: 2 players: Andrew Hoffman, Wali Rainer Kansas State: 2 players: Quincy Morgan, Lamar Chapman Schools with only 1 player each: Kentucky: Tim Couch Jackson St.: Eric Chaste SW Texas St: Spergon Wynn Texas Tech: Anthony Malbrough Tulane: JaJuan Dawson Miami, Ohio: Travice Prentice Penn St.: Courtney Brown Texas A&M: Michael Jameson Washington: Jeremiah Pharms Northwestern: Kevin Bentley Minnesota: Michael Lehan Rice: Ryan Pontbriand Marshall: Chris Crocker West Texas A&M: Chaun Thompson Louisiana Tech: Luke McCown New Mexico: Nick Speegle Kansas: David McMillan Akron: Charlie Frye Indiana: Isaac Sowells Troy: Marquis Spriggs Syracuse: Kevin Johnson Florida St.: Kameron Wimbley LSU: Chase Pittman Memphis: Brandon McDonald St. Augustine: Alex Hall Iowa St.: Ahtyba Rubin Missouri: Martin Rucker San Jose St.: Coye Francies Norfolk St.: Don Carey South Carolina: Justin Geathers Nebraska: Larry Asante Arizona St.: Shaun Lauvao Texas: Colt McCoy Tennessee: Montario Hardesty Oregon: TJ Ward Tarleton St.: James Dearth Arkansas: Madre Hill Kent State: Josh Cribbs.....undrafted The highlighted guys are players that have been named to a Pro Bowl. So? Based on this, which school has been the best "feeder" school for the Browns. Personally, I am not sure any school has been that great. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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