Quarterback or Halfback.
a defensive end or half back depending on speed
A corner Back or defensive end.
If your fast: cornerback or wide receiver
you should play wide ... anything that you are good at!!!!
Do you mean "what position should your feet be in when riding a horse?" If so then this is the answer: you should have your heels down and knees bent with your feet right beside the girth.
You should position your feet facing downstream if you have capsized and are floating on your back in a swift river current.
The arms should be on the floor and the feet should be at the side The arms should be on the floor and the feet should be at the side
With your size and with more growth in height to come, I would recommend a skill position like defensive back or wide receiver. Great NFL players like Steve Largent were not much taller than 5' 11'. Additionally, if your quick on your feet this in my opinion would be a great position to start. Other positions my also be consider would be field goal kicker. Keep in mind, a strong desire and heart to play will overcome many perceived considerations a coach my feel you are limited too.
Position your feet pointing downstream so that they hit anything before your head does.
one feet .
They should be positioned a shoulder length apart.
Your vehicle should be 15 feet from a train track.
The correct sitting position: Your arms should be resting parallel to the floor, your legs should be in the same position and your feet should be flat. Your back should be against the chair, and your shoulders should be back (but not lifted or hunched).
there are 34,500 square feet in a football stadium there are 34,500 square feet in a football stadium there are 34,500 square feet in a football stadium
You should always wear football socks or socks under any shoe other wise you will start finding sweaty feet
either wide reciver or qb
That would depend on whether you are 12 years old or 17 years old. If 12, maybe an offensive or defensive back position. If 17, I don't know of anything other than a place kicker.
Your feet should be first in the current. Otherwise, you could slam your head into rocks.