As the NFL combine continues in Indianapolis, LaRue Cook of ESPN The Magazine looks at the programs that have produced the most NFL-caliber talent from the past two seasons to see which teams have done it with elite recruits, and which haven't.
With a combined 29 Floridians on their rosters, West Virginia and Clemson will experience a homecoming of sorts in the Orange Bowl. But more important to coaches is the recruiting impact the game may have.
Common logic says Miami is the best college-to-NFL pipeline; the list of names is simply staggering. However, if you look at truly elite players (Bruce Matthews, Anthony Munoz, etc.), a case can clearly be made that USC should be No. 1.