No. The NFL requires that you be out of high school for at least three years before you are eligible for the draft.
Absolutely not. Many of the players are not college graduates.
The NFL does not have specific education requirements. While the normal progression is to complete high school and play college football for 3 or 4 years, there is no requirement that you actually graduate.
Play football through high school, get into a big name college, play well, and hopefully get drafted.
No he did not. He coached Brett's High School Varsity team.
They don't- they pay their agents to do it for them. They state their name and high school name, city and state.
No, to prove to the nfl scouts that you can play football at that level. You must first prove to them you can play at the next level after high school which is college. if you show them your good at the college level them you show might think good at the nfl level.
Because high school players are nowhere near ready to play in the NFL.
Answer: you need a high school education, and maybe a degree in football
Just play through high school, get into a big name college, play well there, and do well in the combine.
Play football through high school, get into a big name college, play well and get good grades, and hopefully get drafted.