yes! offcourse... high school will lead you to college. that's where they can discover you..
Untrue. Every professional sport has athletes that did not play that sport in HS. The Phila Eagles have a Guard who did not play in High School.
Doubtful man.... even without your lack of size, just not playing any type of football for a minimum of 4 years is almost a guarantee that you can't do it... Many players play all through their School career and still can't move on to the next level. Then the fact that your only 5'2.... you are probably too small. i not trying to be a jerk but at any level in college, 5'2 is to small for any position.... Many teams wont even look at you if you are a 5'6 RB unless you have speeds like Dexter McCluster.... but still, 5'2 is too small and you dont have the experience to play at the next level... people dont understand how insane the difference between High School and College Football. Every one is as fast as your medium/minorly fast guys on your high school team and all of them can lift as much... I played for Bluffton University for 2 years and then transferred to Western Kentucky where i currently play FB. In HS i was a dominant player at RB and LB, now i am minorly strong and not very fast comparatively.... just sayin man
Yes. Any athlete can walk on in Junior College, NCAA and NFL to try out. If they are selected based on ability to perform the assigned roles they will suit up.
if you got your diploma and theyll take you and if under 18 with parents permission
you can, but it would be hard to make the team unless you are superathletic
Sure, there are players from all over the world.
Yes you can get on a college football team as a walk on through an open try out
No, after you graduate you become INELIGIBLE. So, go on to Semi-Pro, or Pro football.
41 years of age
in football, Texas
Fox College Football - 2012 Texas Tech at Texas - 2.26 was released on: USA: 28 November 2013
Fox College Football - 2012 Texas Tech at Texas 2-26 was released on: USA: 28 November 2013
Yes, Texas A & M has an outstanding veterinary college in College Station, Texas.
I would say texas tech probably
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I think you mean Texas a&m which has ATM on their football helmets. Texas a&m's mascot is an aggie.
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