FSU looks to keep Aquinas pipeline open 

April, 3, 2013
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Much is made of pipeline schools for certain programs and their recruiting plans, but more often than not, they aren't lasting or sustainable advantages given coaching turnover.

Florida State's had a few of these -- Lincoln High School in Tallahassee or Valdosta Lowndes for example, But no other high school has been more important in restocking the Seminoles’ roster with quality players in recent years than Ft. Lauderdale's St. Thomas Aquinas.

[+] EnlargeLamarcus Joyner
AP Photo/Don Juan MooreLamarcus Joyner was a national player of the year coming out of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2010.
A powerhouse for the better part of the decade, Aquinas has shocked nobody by appearing in state championship games seemingly every year. And since 2007, they've brought home the trophy four times.
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