Yes they have a Varsity and JV squad for Football and Basketball.
Every school and jv team is different, you should ask the jv coach, what the requirements are.
speed freshmen football is slower than JV football and JV football is slower than varsity football the only differences between the levels (freshmen, JV, and varsity) is skill and speed
15 minutes in college and the NFL. 12 minutes in high school varsity. JV or middle-school games can vary.
Well size is as important as strengh and agility I'm 5'7 160 and that's bout the best size But if you put your effort in the weight. Room you'll get there
you should play corner or a saftey
It depends on the school, I came in as a freshmen and played jv and the next year I started varsity but my program is not the best
It would Be the regulation size which is about six feet tall
Pop Warner and JV has 4 eight minute quarters, High School has 12 minute and College and Pro have 15 minute
anything over 40ft to be competetive
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It depends on the league that the JV team plays in, but most high school leagues require every player to be a registered student of the school. Most likely, the middle school player would have to be registered in at least one high school class. This might also effect later eligibility, as many leagues limit players to four years of high school competition
It All depends on how skillful of a football player you are
if you were to be this height and playing on jv then you would probobly be a running back or a free safety ( depending on how fast you are)
39 inches is the height of Varsity 110m hurdles for men. JV is 36 inches.
Well, JV and varsity weight is not different because track is a varsity sport. For middle school the shot usually weighs 6 pounds but in high school the shot put weighs 8 pounds