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    [2020] Recruit Map

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    11 minutes ago, Rome said:

    Let's see where you recruits lived. How many air miles did you rack up?

     

    https://www.easymapmaker.com/map/dfccdae98b0d799fbbf933d202fa0283

     

    Make your own map!

    This actually looks pretty realistic for what real Cincinnati would have. Makes me happy with recruiting.

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    Just now, Soluna said:

    This actually looks pretty realistic for what real Cincinnati would have. Makes me happy with recruiting.

     

    Yup! If you look at our actual roster, Cincinnati has about 1/3 of their players from GA, TX, and FL. I under recruited Ohio, though.

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    https://www.easymapmaker.com/map/a77c9e06ed8fd8c2c5f3cfa821afc1c2

     

    Both JuCos were in NY, skewing the data some.

     

    BC's Real Life Roster has a majority of players from Massachusetts, and then a smattering from a wide variety of other states. Here, we're way over-represented in Georgia, but much of that is due to mechanics of the sim and how the generated list fell (almost no players from New England, a dearth of talent in New York, and no ability to really compete in PA or NJ). Of the recruits I lost out on, most were either from Georgia or Florida.

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