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Yes of course. Football players aren't limited by size although sometimes size is in direct relation with the player's ability to be a good at football. There are no size restrictions in football. There are some medical restrictions. And as long as the 5'2" player has at least a year of eligibility left it is perfectly fine for him/her to play.

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Q: Can a 5'2 120 lb player be able to punt for a varsity football team?
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