According to the NCAA here are the stats:
These numbers relate to high school seniors, so if you estimate that seniors are 40% of the average high school team, then the percentage of players on the team to make it to the next lower are even lower:
High school to College
College to pros 1.2%
High school to Ppros
From the NCAA Web site:
At least 98 to 99 percent of professional football players have played football in college. It is very rare that high school students get drafted when they are that young. Also, most franchises like to watch a few certain players in college so they learn more about the game and so they have more practice!
Less than 1 percent for all divisions, but less than 4 percent for division 1A.
way less than football because football teams have more players on one team. Basketball has usually 9 to 15 players compared to 53 players on a football team.
0.02 percent. It is like winning the lottery.
6% of all high school football athletes will go and play at the collegiate level.
hall of fame
Alabama in 2011 and 2012.
College football season normal starts before the NFL season does. College is normally 3 weeks into their season before the pros start.
Quarterbacks, Punters and a few lineman. Most college football players are black. Most of the white players are too buzy getting an education.
I have to assume that you are talking about NFL professional players. Since most of them come from college football teams, most have a college education.
only 1 in 10000
Approximately 7% of all college football players get drafted into the NFL.