A player has four eligible years to play. if a player does not play at all the whole year then he is redshirted which means he does not play that year but does not take away one of his four eligible years. the only way you can redshirt a player twice is if they get hurt at the very beginning of the year
No age restriction just a grade restriction. Must be a freshman in high school to play varsity. Your states high school athletic association could clarify the answer your seeking. Often Jr. High runners will be allowed to run at high school track open events, but rarely will you see Jr. High student playing Varsity football, Basketball, or Baseball.
6 years or seasons is the maximum allowed by the NCAA for College Sports. A student is allowed to red shirt one year or season and may take one season off due to injuries, family issues, slipping grades, ect. If said student chooses not to red shirt they may take two years off for the fore mentioned reasons.
basketball players don't have to play college. they can just make the jump from high school to the NBA
5 is they are a red shirt freshman
can a 2nd year community college student be red shirted in their 3rd year?
There are many famous college football players who gained fame following their playing career. President Gerald Ford was an outstanding college football player.
3 to 4 years
0 they are not a top team in college football
if you mean to go from college to the NFL, you need to be 3 years removed from your HS graduation.
the answer would be about 63 considering that each football "college" team is about 30 players long...
The New York Giants used to play a College Football team in the preseason many years ago.
The teams over the years that played for football National Championships in college?
None. They must be a minimum of 20 years old.
74 in the last 50 years