It is against the NCAA Rules to pay college football players, therefore, college football players make $0 per year until they get to the pros.
1 out of 736 college basketball players make it to nba
As of 2012, it is 2.4%.
12 percent of all college baseball players make it to the major leagues because of the talent of all of the talent in the Latino players
< 1% of College Players < 0.01% of High School Players
About 2.4%. 9000 become college players, and 215 become NFL players. The reference link for this information is no longer valid. "While many young people every year set their goals on becoming NFL players, it is extremely difficult to reach that level. Statistically of the 100,000 high school seniors who play football every year, only 215 will ever make an NFL roster. That is 0.2%! Even of the 9,000 players that make it to the college level only 310 are invited to the NFL scouting combine, the pool from which teams make their draft picks."
About 1.19 percent of college basketball players make it to the NBA
Only 1% of America plays college baseball. Of that 1% of College baseball players, only 1% make it to the Bigs. So, not many.
0.02 percent. It is like winning the lottery.
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.
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.00000001% according to Mel Kiper from ESPN. -Good luck beating those odds...
Football players provide entertainment.
Not if they make enough money, and if they do they might blow it shortly after they retire from football and not have enough money left to last the rest of their lives.
football players make more money
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.
Football is football, right? Well, though the basics of the game are the same and the uniforms are equally padded, there are some major differences between college football games and NFL Football. Some of these differences are noticeable to the naked or uninformed eye and some are not. Ultimately, football is football: there are touchdowns, fans, tailgate parties, and helmets. The biggest difference between college football games and NFL football is that NFL players are considered professionals and are paid more. They not only get a larger salary or contract, but they can also participate in any number of paid endorsements. College football players are not on salary, though many of them are on athletic scholarships of some sort. They may also receive a stipend, but it's nowhere near the millions professional NFL players make. If college football players make money from playing football, they are then deemed professional and may have to forfeit the chance to play for their school. Additionally, as one would guess, college football players have to attend class and meet a certain GPA, among other restrictions while professional NFL players do not have these restrictions. Most NFL players are bigger than college football players, and this is because they have more time to dedicate to working out. They have trainers and doctors and other professionals on call to help them perfect their minds, bodies, and performance. Additionally, NFL players have access to gyms, other facilities, and products as most college football players do, however more resources go into this for a professional team than most college football teams. There are some differences between the rules of college and NFL football, and many of them are quite minor. One of the biggest differences is linked to the fields the players play on. The hash marks on NFL fields are narrower than the ones on college football fields, and this is because pros start play towards the middle of the field and the marks don't end up meaning much when it comes to the calling of plays. In college football games, the marks are wider because they are used more. It makes kicking games harder to manage. Additionally, the marks make it so that sweeps to the short side of the field are harder because space runs out quickly. One other difference relates to when a play is over. During college football games, a play is over once the person with the ball has a knee touch the ground. In NFL football, the play is over once the player is forced down by another player. If you fall and slip on your own, you can get up and finish running. These are just some of the basics to the differences between NLF football and college football games. There are many nuances which alters how the same game is played for both organizations and has lead to the debate of which is more entertaining. We'll leave that up to you to decide.
The NFL only looks for college football players that are at the University's but very few make it in. You have to be in the best shape of your life and really dedicate yourself.
Probably Football players considering that Chad OChocinco has $25,000 Beats by Dre.
It varies from year to year. Not all drafted players make the team, and not all free agents stick. There is also a practice squad.
The answer is a football player makes more. A football player makes 23.1 million if they win the super bowl. And a surgeon makes 329,229 a year, less then 2% of a football salery. Ans#2 Of course, that presumes that the football player in the example is one of the few hundredths of a percentage of the total number of football players who actually makes it to the Super Bowl--and that you can disregard all of the football players who make less than minimum wage working for farm teams. The handful of professional football players who actually make an enviable amount of money from the sport pales in comparison to the number of surgeons who make 6-digit incomes or more. That SOME football players make more money than SOME surgeons does not mean that ALL football players make more money than ALL surgeons. The same holds for rock musicians, drug dealers, and actors. Consider also the working lifetime for a surgeon. You don't find many football players retiring after playing for 30 years.
40 percent ^^^ Say huh? Not hardly. The NFL Player's Association calculates the percentage to be about 2.4%
in football only about 1 out of 10,000,000 make it but fot the other sports im not suire
I would guess football.