anything but defensive linemen
widereceiver you would be a beast
a Defensive lineman or defensive linebacker
Wide Receiver or Corner Back
Quarterback and Safety
I would say wide receiver or cornerback
that depends what position you play.
Well middle school football helps people get better for high school football
Anyone you choose! - Most coaches would have you on the line
you should play corner or a saftey
Linebacker or Defenceve end
Whichever one you are good at. You are going to grow in High School, hone your skills at all positions and see which one you like or are best at.
He played defensive end.
Traficant was a high school quarterback and was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh.
It depends on your age. If your 12-14 you should be a lineman, if your 15 or older you should be AA saftie
ask i high school football coach? how should i know?
i dont know you should be coach to find out??
if you play soccer, I would suggest the kicker, but if not, I would say the wide receiver
position : teacher in high school
some do some don't depending on position and if they want to or not
Brian was a highly talented line backer in high school
You should play wide receiver because your tall and you could catch the ball over most people trying to guard you
it depends how good you are and how committed you are willing to be to it Overall however 5.5% of Senior High School players will get a Freshmen position as a college player. http://www.collegesportsscholarships.com/percentage-high-school-athletes-ncaa-college.htm
No your football team should distribute their own helmet to you
No...a high school football is smaller than a college football
Football wide reciever
6"3 and up and about 290 and up
If your fast, you can use your height to your advantage and play wide receiver, or Defensive back on defense.
No. No tinting is allowed in high school football or college football i beleive. Only 100% clear is allowed in high school.
he play football when he was in high school
In high school football they are classified as quarters.
college football size vs. high school football size
How many high school football teams are there in 38126?
yes they are bigger than high school.
Barrington high school
there are 3 refs in a high-school football game
hat size football is used in high school
Slaps to the head are not allowed in high school football.
The only Adam Fast associated with American football was a high school star for Columbian High in Ohio. He played Quarterback.
On offense you should probably try out for a running back spot and depending on the other players on defense possibly a corner. It also depends on speed and other factors an alternate on defense maybe a safety.
he played high school football at Athens high school in Athens Alabama where his father Steve was the coach
You were selected by the coaches in the conference as one of the best players on your team, and at your position.
For the 2012-2013 school year 1,088,158 high school athletes played football. Football is the top ranked participation high school sport in the United States.
Quarters in a high school football game are 12 minutes in length.
top 100 high school football programs
for high school it is Trinity High School in Euless TX, but for NFL football it is the steelers
football player to go from high school to pro
The length of a high school football time-out is about 60 seconds.
high school?.. sounds like you should try tight end.
High school football should be hard. It should also be the one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. You learn life skills as well as training to get your body into peak condition. Try it out and if it's not for you, then at least you tried.
You have to be in high school. It depends on your football skill and that your coach knows you have the skills.