It's pretty safe to say that if you own the state of Florida in recruiting, there is a very good possibility you will have one of college football's most successful programs.
Here are just a few of the eventual NFL players that came out of the Sunshine State's prep ranks: Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith, Derrick Brooks, Jevon Kearse, Tim Tebow, Ray Lewis, C.J. Spiller, Lomas Brown, Jerome Brown, Michael Irvin, Jack Youngblood, Edgerrin James, Larry Little, Vince Wilfork, Pat Summerall, Steve Hutchinson, Fred Taylor, Anquan Boldin, Ottis Anderson, Anthony Carter, Brian Dawkins, Daunte Culpepper, Reinard Wilson, James Jones, Frank Gore, Bob Hayes, Ted Hendricks, Devin Hester, Rickey Jackson, Andre Johnson, Wilber Marshall, Danny Wuerffel, Marty Lyons, Sam Madison, Deacon Jones, Wes Chandler, Leroy Butler, Cris Collinsworth, Gerard Warren, Warren Sapp, John L. Williams and Linval Joseph.
I could have gone on and on, but you get the point.
Florida is loaded, and it is every year.
So, of the "Big Three" programs—Florida, Florida State and Miami—who will sign the most in-state prospects this year?
Here is a look at the three programs and the in-state commitments they have, as well as the uncommitted prospects from Florida who each could land.