If you review Miami’s recent drafts, there is a decided big school emphasis. Since 2016, the only guys who weren’t from big schools have been Brandon Doughty, Quentin Poling, and Cornell Armstrong, and these were more late round fliers than anything else. Beyond that, there has been a fairly large emphasis on brand name football schools like Ohio State (Prince, Baker, McMillan), Clemson (Tank, Wilkins), Alabama (Drake, Fitzpatrick), LSU, Notre Dame, Penn State (Lucas, Gesicki), Wisconsin, other SEC guys (Tunsil, Harris), some big 12 guys (Taylor, Howard). There was a draft not so long ago, maybe when Dennis Hickey was here, where we had quite a few smaller school types, Fede, Aikens, Tripp, et al. I’m sure that Grier is not going to exclude somebody based on school, but if you look at the bigger picture, overall you see an emphasis on not just big school guys, but really schools where football is king, the draftees have been immersed in that type of culture, and often have won. Over a three year sample size, it’s pretty striking.