I wasn't trying to make the guy look too bad but yes I agree. Georgia as a state is an absolute powerhouse now and I enjoy going to see the big high school games there. On College Sports Sunday one episode Tom Luginbill made a statement and I think I agree that Georgia has become per capita the second best state for football talent in the country. The type of talent he said that grows there is just out of this world. He said they are ahead of California and Texas now.80% may be a little low to be honest. I'd argue 80% come not within that circle but Georgia specifically. Probably more like 90% within the circle.
Some may argue that raw numbers could play a role as well. Atlanta and it's metro area is / has been booming for quite some time. All the kids playing ball now are the product of the mass migration to the Atlanta metro area pre- and post- 1996 Olympics.
Not only is Georgia filled with absolute freaks of nature but they are also playing 7 on 7 plus spring ball. Ohio will not only never catch Georgia in regards to producing players like it used to but it will never again be in Georgia's stratosphere overall.