first of all its football, not soccer, and there's no college to become a FOOTBALL player, you get picked up by clubs when your young and developed from youth
Nothing. It's illegal to pay college athletes anything.
None. 9/10 professional football players get a scholorship from a college and move on from there.
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.
A pro football player.
how much money do a football player make a year?
How much does the Bell Helicopter Bowl at TCU pay participating college football teams?
The NFL rules state that in order to be eligile for the NFL draft a player must be three years past their high school graduation, which is a typical players junior season in college (or sophmore season if that player was red-shirted). There is no requirement that a player has to play college football to make the NFL, but it certainly helps. It is extremely rare that a player with no college experience makes an NFL roster. The players that do are usually athletes in other sports that transition to football.
College football players, by NCAA rules, aren't allowed to make money playing football. it is amateur sports, meaning, the athletes are not paid. it is strictly forbidden by the NCAA for a collegiate athlete to receive compensation for playing sports.