Offense Quarterback halfback fullback wide receiver tight end tackle guard center Defense middle linebacker outside linebacker defensive end defensive tackle cornerback strong safety free safety
Receiver, Corner, or Safety. QB if you can throw. IF you're a highschool player, that is.
safety Janzen Jackson, receiver Nu'Keese Richardson, and defensive back Mike Edwards
Wide reciever, safety or cornerback
Middle Linebackers are usually positioned behind defensive tackles and/or in-between the defensive linemen and the defensive backs (Cornerback, Strong Safety, Weak Safety.}Middle Linebacker
Quarterback, Running Back, Full Back, Tight End, Center, Offensive Tackle, Offensive Guard, Wide Receiver, Linebacker (Outside and Middle), Corner Back, Safety (Strong and Free), Defensive Tackle, Defensive End, and Nose Tackle
Defencive end Defencive tackle Corner back Linebacker (Middle,Left ourside,Right outside) Safety (Free safety, Strong safety)
wide receiver if ur fast...goodhands. safety if not maybe cornerback
Cornerback, but gain weight and make the move to safety. If you have good enough hands then wide receiver.
Receiver or safety. Perhaps linebacker depending on how big the other teams are.
The new coach for the Florida Gators football team is William Larry Muschamp. Muschamp played the safety position for the Georgia Bulldogs. Professionally, on the collegiate level, Muschamp worked for the Auburn Tigers, LSU Tigers and most recently for the Texas Longhorns as defensive coordinator. Muschamp also served in the National Football League as assistant head coach and defensive coordination for the Miami Dolphins.
yes, yes you can because college football is something like middle school football i play two positions runningback and safety