Only about about 2 percent of high school football players receive college scholarships
"well about 20% of high school football players get college football scholarships."
College Florida" is incorrect.
I do not know the exact percentage, but there are variants. High school hockey in MN will have a much high percentage of players that go on to play college hockey than other states. I would estimate that about 5-10% of high school players in MN go on to play Div I or Div III hockey. That will probably be much lower for other states as there high school hockey programs are usually second rate to the midget teams.
About 5 %, IF that go onto D1 programs, mostly not directly from prep, they usually go to Jr's for a yr, unless they are real good. About 35 % go onto D3 I'd est.
About 14.1% of high school students earn athletic scholarships.
80. unless they are under restrictions from the ncaa i.e. recruiting violations, poor academic performance. The number used to be 100.
Quarterbacks, Punters and a few lineman. Most college football players are black. Most of the white players are too buzy getting an education.
only 1 in 10000
Approximately 7% of all college football players get drafted into the NFL.
Yes, absolutely! In 1987, United States College Assosiation decided that ANY early termination of scholarships were made mandatory for being paid back.
this can't be answered. just because a person goes to college does not become a NFL player. most players in college that are NFL worthy get scholarships for college.
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