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By the numbers

By The Numbers

With the class of 2012 recruitment season mostly in the rearview mirror, it's time to take a look back at the raw numbers. Below are a number of breakdowns that show how well the class of 2012 was received across the country.

Of course, some of this will change and we'll be sure to update the data as it becomes available. For now, here's a look back at the class of 2012.

170

Division I and Division II recruits from the state of Minnesota who have either committed to play for a university or signed a National Letter of Intent.

Staying home

Overall, Minnesota universities reaped the benefits of the state's prep athletes, collecting 101 of the 170 division I and division II commitments. 

  • Minnesota Schools Other schools (59%)

49

Division I recruits to either sign a National Letter of Intent or verbally commit to a university.

121

Division II recruits to either sign a National Letter of Intent or verbally commit to a university.

Top recruited high schools

Eagan topped all Minnesota high schools with six commits, all to Division II programs. Eden Paririe and Osseo had the most Division I recruits, with three commits from each school.

 

Where they went

The University of Minnesota was hands down the post popular choice of Minnesota prep athletes receiving Division I offers. The Dakotas also fared well in recruiting across state lines.

  • Army 1 (8%)
  • Central Florida 1 (8%)
  • Cornell 1 (8%)
  • Dartmouth 1 (8%)
  • Drake 2 (17%)
  • Harvard 2 (17%)
  • Louisianna 1 (8%)
  • Minnesota 12 (100%)
  • North Dakota State 5 (42%)
  • North Dakota 5 (42%)
  • Northern Illinois 1 (8%)
  • Northern Iowa 5 (42%)
  • Princeton 1 (8%)
  • South Dakota State 5 (42%)
  • Southeastern Louisianna 1 (8%)
  • Stanford 1 (8%)
  • West Virigina 1 (8%)
  • Western Michigan 1 (8%)
  • Wofford 1 (8%)
  • Wyoming 1 (8%)