If they don't sign with the team that drafted them, or otherwise violate their amateur status, they can attend college and play baseball for the college team, then go back into the undrafted player pool the following year. They can also sign with the team that drafted them, play for that team and attend college in the off-season, but they are not eligible to play baseball for their college team, but may play another sport in college such as basketball or football.
The U.S. president who was an all American basketball player is Barack Obama. He played basketball when he was attending Occidental College,
Doug Flutie of Boston College
University of Minnesota
The university of texas
well if you want to be a pro baseball player, you should play in high school. than if your goiod enough, a college will offer you a scholarship to play baseball and attend that college. then when college is over you might become a free agent, or a team might offer you an invitation to play for them,
You can be a professional baseball player with no college at all. You just have to be very, very, good.
good scholarship and be great a baseball
If you are academically eligible you can play from the day you step on campus.
LeBron James is a professional basketball player. He never played college football, nor did he even attend college.
No. Attending college is not a requirement. Players are drafted from both high school and college. Some players drafted in high school choose to attend college in an effort to get into a lower draft round. Typically, the lower the draft round, the more money the player makes. Also, some players not drafted in high school attend college in hopes of being drafted.
You need to have a college degree to get a job.Then,you need to have a career to become a professional baseball player.
Former NBA player Michael Jordan attended high school at Emsley A. Laney. He went on to attend college at North Carolina.
Dexter Manley attended Oklahoma State University.
Sue went to Uconn or the University of Connecticut. she graduated in 2002