You go to college and you choose to go to the draft and if ateam drafts you then you are an nfl football player
What do you mean by this question? If a college player enters the NBA Draft he can go back to college instead of the draft if he DOES NOT hire an agent. If a college players declares for the draft AND hires an agent he is in no matter what.
Never because the college football player is WEAK
You can enter the NFL Draft with three years of college education. Many football players will redshirt as a freshman which is the NCAA legal way of giving a student five eligible years of football at college. You may see people enter the draft as a sophomore, however the redshirted so it is actually their 3rd year in college.
First off, you have to be an incredible football player. Then you have to play college football for a few years, then you enter the NFL draft, and hope you get drafted.
if you want to play you have to be atleast a junior college football player and have had good stats all season
you draft them
No. The only drawback to not going to college is that is the only place that an NFL draft scout will look to find new recruits.
You need 3 years of College before you can submit your name in the NFL Draft
Find your player(s) and select "Draft Player".
University of Miami
The NFL rules state that in order to be eligile for the NFL draft a player must be three years past their high school graduation, which is a typical players junior season in college (or sophmore season if that player was red-shirted). There is no requirement that a player has to play college football to make the NFL, but it certainly helps. It is extremely rare that a player with no college experience makes an NFL roster. The players that do are usually athletes in other sports that transition to football.
In 1936, Jay Berwanger was the first player to be drafted by the National Football League in its initial college draft; he was selected first overall by the Philadelphia Eagles. However, he chose not to turn professional and never played in the NFL. Berwanger was the first winner of the Heisman Trophy in 1935. Riley H. Smith was a quarterback in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins. He was the first player that signed from the draft that played in the NFL. He was the second player taken in the 1936 NFL Draft.
The NFL draft, or player selection meeting, is held annually. During this meeting, the teams in the National Football League can recruit eligible college football players to play on their teams for the following season.
The goal of many college football players is be drafted in the NFL. If a player is able to become a top ten draft pick they can expect to make approximately 10 million dollars.
Either go to college and excel at football, and hope they draft you...or find a way to get a free-agent tryout if you think you have professional football skills. Either way, you could probably use a good sports agent.
no. You must be a junior or senior
Practice, practice, and when you're done practice some more. Be the best player on your high school football team and get good grades in order to be scouted by a nationally ranked college. Start for your college team and be a contributing player in order to be considered for the NFL draft.
Sidney Rice played college football for the University of South Carolina. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the second round of the 2007 National Football League Draft.
There are no class requirements to play for the NFL. The NFL drafts from college football and don't have a farm system like baseball or hockey. You can declare yourself eligible for the draft without graduating college. Some go in the third year, but most complete 4 years of college football.
Mitchell Stefanu was the number 1 draft pic in 2011, he attended clay chalkville highshool
College of the Holy Cross