Texas has 12 Division 1A College Football Schools
Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Texas Christian, Southern Methodist, Houston, Rice, Baylor, North Texas, and the University of Texas at El Paso
Add UTSA and Texas State
Ohio has 8
Ohio University, Ohio State, Miami University, Toledo, Kent State, Akron, Cincinnati and Bowling Green
California has 7
USC, UCLA, Cal, Stanford, San Diego State, Fresno State, and San Jose State
Florida has 7
Florida, Florida State, University of Miami, University of Central Florida, University of South Florida, Florida Atlantic, and Florida International
Texas has 10 teams
North Texas (Sun Belt) TCU (Mountain West) Rice, UTEP, Houston, SMU (Conf USA) Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor (Big 12)
Ohio has 8 teams
Cincinnati (Big East) Ohio State (Big Ten) Ohio, Akron, Kent State, Miami, Toledo, and Bowling Green (MAC)
California has 7 teams
Stanford, UCLA, USC, California (Pac 10) San Jose St and Freson State (WAC) San Diego State (Mountain West)
Florida has 7 teams
Florida State, Miami (ACC) Florida (SEC) South Florida (Big East) Central Florida (Conf USA) Florida Atlantic and Florida International (Sun Belt)
All for states make up just over a quarter of all FBS teams
Texas: 10 Baylor Bears Houston Cougars North Texas Mean Green Rice Owls SMU Mustangs TCU Horned Frogs Texas Longhorns Texas Tech Red Raiders Texas A&M Aggies UTEP Miners
Update: From what I can find, looking at the D1 institutions (colleges and universities) per state, California has 24, New York has 22 and Texas has 21.
Texas. Of course!
1/100 basketball players only 3/100 play division 1 college basketball
There can only be 13 scholarship players on a Division 1 team and 10 on a Division 2 team.
its about 1% of players
The majority of Division I basketball players went to public high schools, so naming them all would be impossible.