View Poll Results: What Juco System produces the best College Football Talent?

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  • CCCAA - California Community College Athletic Association

    9 40.91%
  • KJCCC - Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference

    6 27.27%
  • SWJCFC - Southwest Junior College Football Conference

    5 22.73%
  • Jucos why are we talking Jucos? I'd prefer High Schoolers any day.

    2 9.09%
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    Better Juco Division for Football Recruiting?

    Seeing as we've had a couple classes with California heavy Juco recruits and now hopefully we've had more of a chance to evaluate the talent coming from both the premiere NJCAA - National Junior College Athletic Association (KJCCC and SWJCFC) and the CCCAA - California Community College Athletic Association, I'm curious what everyone thinks is a better pool of players for College Football.

    CCCAA - includes City College of San Francisco, Mt. San Antonio, College of the Canyons, Sequoias, Butte College, Grossmont, Reedley, and El Camino
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    NJCAA with
    KJCCC - Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference - includes Butler, Dodge City, Garden City, Fort Scott, Coffeyville and Hutchinson Community Colleges
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    SWJCFC - Southwest Junior College Football Conference - includes Blinn, Cisco, Kilgore, Navarro, NE Oklahoma A&M and Trinity Valley and Tyler


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    Re: Better Juco Division for Football Recruiting?

    Quote Originally Posted by ljhlax View Post
    Seeing as we've had a couple classes with California heavy Juco recruits and now hopefully we've had more of a chance to evaluate the talent coming from both the premiere NJCAA - National Junior College Athletic Association (KJCCC and SWJCFC) and the CCCAA - California Community College Athletic Association, I'm curious what everyone thinks is a better pool of players for College Football.

    CCCAA - includes City College of San Francisco, Mt. San Antonio, College of the Canyons, Sequoias, Butte College, Grossmont, Reedley, and El Camino
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    NJCAA with
    KJCCC - Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference - includes Butler, Dodge City, Garden City, Fort Scott, Coffeyville and Hutchinson Community Colleges
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    SWJCFC - Southwest Junior College Football Conference - includes Blinn, Cisco, Kilgore, Navarro, NE Oklahoma A&M and Trinity Valley and Tyler
    Obviously this poll will lean heavy toward CCCAA due to recent recruiting but, I know that ISU is recruiting more JC's than HS kids from CA only because of Herman's coaching experience in CA. But, if you truly want to know which conference is better for recruiting, you need to go back and research the impact the JC recruits from those conferences have had in the D-1 and NFL over that past 10 or so years. I can promise you that it will be a pain in the *** to find all of the data. However, it would be more accurate than asking a biased question on a blog for a team that has recruiting more from a "certain" area.

    What I would bet though is more HS's have made better recruits than JC's over the long haul. Most of your perennial power teams "recruit and develop". The teams that are always trying for a quick fix are the ones that go after JC's. And those power teams that do bring in JC's do it more for depth than for building a team around the players.



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    Re: Better Juco Division for Football Recruiting?

    I've heard alot of Blinn, Navarro, and Trinity Valley players in college football games.



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    Re: Better Juco Division for Football Recruiting?

    Is Hargrave Academy a JUCO or Prep school? Seems like I always see quite a few BCS recruits from there every year...Also, I know they do not put out the quantity of recruits as the other leagues, but some of those Mississippi JUCOS seem to put out some real quality players.



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    Re: Better Juco Division for Football Recruiting?

    anyone got a list handy of who came from which area the last 5 years?


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