There are less than 2 percent of college athletes that will go pro every year. This means that there are just a few hundred.
1.3% in college basketball go pro
about 1/250 athletes go pro from college according to ncaa statistics
very few college athletes will ever play professionally in their paticular sport. For the main sports like basketball, football, etc. less than 2 percent of the college athletes will go pro.
http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/1003/p13s02-legn.html This article says about 1%
About 5% go pro In Kentucky
98.7% don't go onto professional sports.
1 high school student per school will go pro
An average of 1 out of every 150 students
About 20 percent of college baseball players go pro. May it be MLB or Triple-A
Yes, college athletes attend class with non athletes.
Not very many. To make it to the pros you need to work hard.
0. You can go pro right out of high school.
no you can try out for a pro team after college.
Many athletes make lot of money in a year.undenaible
Depending on what sport you are talking about, it all varies but usually 1 in 1,000 athletes become professional if not 1 in 1,0000
"Less than 2 percent of basketball or football student athletes go pro,..."21% of Division I male athletes want to turn pro.36% of college athletes expect to become a millionaire in their lifetime - not necessarily through athletics.72% of college athletes expect to owe student loan debt when they graduate.47% of athletes expect to carry credit card debt upon graduation.Source: The Hartford Financial Game Plan Survey
Pro Athletes Outreach is an organization of people from the world of business and sports that train professional athletes in the world of religion. Click on the 'Pro Athletes Outreach' link on this page to go to their website.
At least one year