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Which high schools produce the most Pac-12 football players - 2015 edition

Juniperro Serra produces the most Pac-12 football players.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

A couple of years ago I did an article about which high schools produced the most Pac-12 football players. As time passed I was interested in seeing in how the landscape of high school alma matters in the Pac-12 have changed.

So, two years later, here are the high schools that produce the most current Pac-12 football players.

*I used each school's official site roster and added in the high school signees not yet enrolled and any known transfers not yet listed. Also, note that these numbers include walk-ons.

1. Juniperro Serra (Gardena, CA) - 15 players

Current stars - Adoree Jackson CB USC

Former stars - Deon Figures, Marqise Lee, Paul Richardson, Robert Woods

2016 Stars - DE Oluwole Betiku, ATH Brandon Burton, S C.J. Pollard

Serra has long been a USC factory and continues to pump out big time recruits every year. It seems like they have a five-star and a couple four-star prospects in each class and they usually stay local.

2. Bellevue, WA - 13 players

Current stars - Budda Baker S Washington, Myles Jack LB UCLA

Former stars - David DeCastro

2016 Stars - CB Isaiah Gilchrist

This was a bit of a surprise, but it shouldn't be. Bellevue has long been a powerhouse up in the Northwest and have been loading up Pac-12 schools with talent in recent years.

Tied - 3 - Loyola (Los Angeles) - 12 players

Former stars - Anthony Barr, Chris Conte, Danny Farmer, Matt Ware

2016 Stars - CB David Long

Loyola was the top school when we last did this list, but the historical Los Angeles athlete factory got jumped by a couple schools this time around.

Tied - 3- St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA ) - 12 players

Former stars - Todd Husak, Keith Price

2016 Stars - RB Sean McGrew

Bosco sent about 12 guys to the Pac-12 in one year a couple of classes ago. Watch for Class of 2015 QB Josh Rosen to turn into a star at UCLA.

5. Upland, CA - 11 players

Current stars - Kenny Lawler WR Cal

Upland has quietly turned into a Pac-12 factory. It hasn't produced a large amount of huge stars or anything, but the school is regularly starting to produce solid players.

Tied - 6 - Centennial (Corona, CA) - 10 players

Former stars - Vontaze Burfict, Taylor Martinez, Matt Scott, Will Sutton

2016 stars - WR Javon McKinley

Arizona State fans are very familiar with Centennial as they have mined the school for a ton of talent, but they aren't the only school as the Centennial has been a big Pac-12 hub as of late.

Tied - 6 - Long Beach Polytechnic - 10 players

Current stars - Juju Smith WR USC

Formers stars - Darnell Bing, Jurrell Casey, DeSean Jackson, Winston Justice, Kareem Kelly, Marcedes Lewis, Willie McGinist, Samie Parker, Ken-Yon Rambo, Manuel Wright

2016 stars - CB Jack Jones

The most famous high school out west is still loading up Pac-12 schools with talent and probably will be for a long, long time.

Tied - 6 - Punahou School (Honolulu) - 10 players

Current stars - DeForest Buckner DE Oregon

Former stars - Manti Te'o LB Notre Dame

Punahou has replaced Saint Louis as the go-to Hawaii powerhouse for Pac-12 talent.

Tied - 10 - Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) - 9 players

Former stars - Matt Barkley, Colt Brennan, Matt Grootegood, Khaled Holmes, Matt Leinart

2016 stars - LB Curtis Robinson, G Frank Martin

A classic Pac-12 pipeline, Mater Dei has been a valuable school for USC for a long time.

Tied - 10 - Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA) - 9 players

Current stars - Ishmael Adams CB UCLA, Jordan Payton WR UCLA

Former stars - Cassius Marsh

2016 stars - ATH Michael Pittman

This new school has quickly becoming one of the best prospect factories in the nation. I wouldn't be surprised if this school ends up taking the top spot in a few years.

Tied 12th (8 players)

La Habra, CA

Mission Viejo, CA

St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA)

Tied 15th (7 players)

Bingham, UT

Brighton (Cottonwood Heights, UT)

Chaminade College Prep (West Hills, CA)

Crespi Carmelite (Encino, CA)

De La Salle (Concord, CA)

Mountain Pointe (Phoenix)

Westlake, CA