You can get a scholarship (like me) or just tryout for a team.
You would usually tryout for a team, unless a coach saw you play in a game on another team and invites you to come play on the team without a tryout.
you just go tryout for at team and you don't have to go to college
Yes, as long as he is a full time student at the school and has college eligibility.
I am assuming you are asking if you can be a professional football player without going to college. The answer is yes. You would contact the team for which you are interested in trying to play. The odds of getting a tryout without an agent to represent you and no resume of football experience are very, very bad.
Either be drafted out of college in the NFL Draft held in late April or be offered a tryout by an NFL team
You have to either ear a scholarship out of high school or you can get accepted into the school and tryout for the football team as a walk on
I want to know when can I tryout for the Detroit Lions team
often referring to college football, it means that the player was a walk on tryout, and did not receive a scholarship to play but attends the college, and tried out for the team
To get a scholarship playing soccer in college in Fort Worth you will want to attend a tryout session at Texas Christian University. The school has walk on tryouts twice a year to make the college team. If you do well enough, you will be eligible for a scholarship.
tryout for their teams
It was an open tryout
you can, but it would be hard to make the team unless you are superathletic
You tryout for your national team
US Junior Hockey leagues or the US Junior Hockey team? EDIT: To make the US junior hockey team, you just have to be a very good hockey player under the age of 21. If you're good enough, you will get scouted and asked to play or tryout for the team. It doesn't matter if you're playing high school, midgets, juniors, or college. If you're good enough, you'll be scouted. To make a team in the US junior hockey league, go on their website and look at tryout information for the team(s) you would like to play for and go to the tryout. It helps if you contact the coached before hand and let them know who you are, where you've place, etc...
Get Drafted and Then show ready for training camp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Put on your resume "hitting dummy"
No,but you have to practice in order to be able to dress out.
Rutgers and Princeton are credited with playing the first college football game back in 1869. Both still field teams.
Talk to your college coach and/or athletic director if you think you have the talent to make the NFL. If you aren't invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, you may be invited to the Pro-Day workouts at your College or University.
You don't want to because its a women sport
He is an undrafted free agent, and can ask any team for a tryout.
Find a team desparate for players.