NFL players are not required to attend college. Still, it is quite difficult for a football player to gain the skills necessary to play in the NFL without playing college football. Still, a few European soccer players have been kickers in the NFL.
About 50 percent of NFL players have college degrees. This is an increase from the 1980's when only 41 percent of NFL players had college degrees.
Ray Seals did not attend college ... Joins Arizona's Eric Swann and San Diego's Darren Bennett as the only current NFL players who did not attend college.
As of 2012, it is 2.4%.
< 1% of College Players < 0.01% of High School Players
40 percent ^^^ Say huh? Not hardly. The NFL Player's Association calculates the percentage to be about 2.4%
Mike Anderson of the Broncos was a US Marine.
All current NFL players have attended a college. However, some players entered the NFL draft before they graduated from college. To get into the NFL, you must first be drafted by an NFL team in the college draft. Therefore, you would have to go to college to get to the NFL.
No. Not all college football players go to the NFL, not even all division 3 college football players go into the NFL