No, but right out of High School, they are too small and unskilled to play professionaly. Also, they need to college team to show how their skills match up to the rest of the best from around the world.
This list is way to long to actually make. If you can imagine a player before being eligible for the NFL must be removed from high school 3+ years, meaning practically all NFL players played at least 3 years of College Football, with a large majority playing 4-5 years (depending on redshirts). So they would more then likely have finished their academics receiving a degree
There are many nfl players with graduate degrees. Unfortunately, it is tough to find who they are. Here is a blog entry that talks about 8 current and former NFL players with graduate degrees.
Many get communication degrees
No, some are dropouts that suck.
No. You have to be drafted
yes, for three years
only 1 in 10000
Ohio State University
this can't be answered. just because a person goes to college does not become a NFL player. most players in college that are NFL worthy get scholarships for college.
No. Many of them wind up signing as free agents with National Football League teams. Some of them eventually made it big in the pro game (example: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who was not drafted in 2003).
It is possible to play in the NFL with a GED, although it is very unlikely that it would happen. Most players go to college for at least 2 years, and usually NFL scouts find their players through college recruiting.
You can definitely go on to play college football. Plenty of current college football players attended private high schools. Bennie Fowler from Michigan State attended Detroit Country Day which is a private school.
yes. Most high school football overtimes go under college football OT rules.
most of the players are from the city of that college. you can't just play for a college team and not go to that college, you have to go to that school, wich most people just go to the school in there city, unless they get a good scholarship for another school.