college football size vs. high school football size
The size of a high school football is a Wilson TDS. 11.6 inches long, with a diameter of 6.7 inches.
same size as an ncaa regulation football
The size of a football used in high school is 11.5 inches long. It has a diameter of 6.7 inches around.
This depends on each school's size.
high school use adult size football. And most high school leagues use a collage style ball instead of a pro style
Footballs are made different sizes. The different sizes are for the levels of football playing. The size of a football for high school is nine and a half inches long.
They are all the same size
The football player!
yes, college and nfl footballs are the same size, but high school footballs have their own size
no nflsis bigger
The size of a college football is 11 inches long and a high school football is 9 1/2 inches long.
because of the size of the schools
Yes. High school and college (NCAA) footballs are slightly smaller and lighter.
You have to be the size of a junior/senior and you have to be really good.
Some are slightly smaller while some are regular size.
6"3 and up and about 290 and up
8-10...playoff games depends on the size (class), division and/or region of your school in your state.
Im guessing size 5.
well i play football for ansonia ohio and there are only 26 kids on my team and thats all four grades togather