Less than 2 percent of Division 1 college football players go pro. There are about 118 Division 1-A schools in the US.
college football is when you are in college and pro football is when you are out of college and also in pro football you get paid but not college football. you can get into pro by being a college player and getting drafted into pro.
No, some are dropouts that suck.
The percentage of college players going on to play pro softball is .002%.
Miami has produced 55 pro players. That is the most from a school. hope this helps
It's not possible to come up with a significant percentage because the majority of gay people in pro sports are closeted.
Pro-football players get paid, college players don't. There is money in the NFL therefore they have more money to do more, buy more, sell more and make everything bigger. I would argue that Pro-football is not bigger is it just more advertised. Colleges players do not get played so everything you see if from there heart, not their pocket.
About 1.19 percent of college basketball players make it to the NBA
None. 9/10 professional football players get a scholorship from a college and move on from there.
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A college size football is about the same as highschool size football Pro is a size up from college
pro football players make about probably depends on how popular the team or players are so really you never know how much a pro football player can make
Through the 2008 season, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame website, USC has 11 former players and Notre Dame has 10 former players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Click on the 'Pro Football Hall of Fame' link below to go to their site and see the Hall of Famers listed by college.
.00000001% according to Mel Kiper from ESPN. -Good luck beating those odds...
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