The 2021 Freshman 450 by the Numbers | Youth1

The 2021 Freshman 450 by the Numbers

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1,500

Over 1,500 athletes were considered for the Freshman 450 rankings.

450

The number of athletes who made the official Class of 2021 Freshman 450 list. This is just the beginning for these athletes. The recognition of making the Freshman 450 means they’ve done a great job up to this point in their football careers.

325

The heaviest member of the class of 2021 Freshman 450 is offensive lineman, Marcus Johnson, of Maryland at 325 pounds.

267

The number of athletes who play an offensive position that made the 2021 Freshman 450. The quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and offensive linemen are in this number. This number is up from 246, last year.

255

The average number of pounds of the offensive linemen on this year’s Freshman 450.

230

The average number of pounds of the defensive linemen on this year’s Freshman 450.

136

The number of athletes who play a defensive position that made the 2021 Freshman 450. This number is down from 155 last year.

105

Represents the number of athletes that made the Freshman 450 from Florida. Florida had the highest number of athletes make the list of all 50 states. This marks the third consecutive year for Florida having the most athletes.

104

Represents the number of QB's that made the Freshman 450. For the first time in 4 years, RB is not the position with the most athletes on the list. The 2021 class has a ton of exciting QB prospects.

101

The number of athletes who made the 2021 Freshman 450 list this year, after making the Elite 101 last year.

68

The number of RB's that made the list. After 4 years of being the #1 position represented on the list, running back falls to the second most represented position after quarterback.

59

Number of DL's that made the list.

46

The number of athletes from Texas that made the list. Making Texas the second most represented state on the Freshman 450.

44

Number of OL's that made the list.

43

Represents the number of Receivers, Linebackers, and Athletes (by position name) that made the list.

34

The number of DB's that made the list.

31

The number of athletes from California that made the list. Making Cali the third most represented state on the Freshman 450.

29

The number of athletes that made the Freshman 450 list from the state of Maryland.

7

The number of TE's that made the list. Also, the numbers of athletes that made the list from the state of Arizona.

6

Six feet and seven inches is the height of the tallest member of the 2021 Freshman 450. Paolo Banchero, an impressive QB prospect from Seattle, WA, stands at 6'7" 205 lbs.

5

The number of Kickers that made the list

1

The number of Long Snappers that made the list. Also, the number of athletes that made the list from Canada and Oregon.

 

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