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Am I good enough for a football scholarship?

That depends on what level you wish to play football at. To play at the NCAA Division I level you will need above average speed, strength, size and talent.

Also remember that whether you are good enough depends on who’s looking at you. The more coaches that are aware of your talent the better the chances are that someone will offer you a scholarship. It’s also important to emphasis your best talents, if you have blazing speed but your not very strong emphasis your speed.

Here are some things to ask yourself before committing:

  • Are you dedicated to the hard work you will encounter at any level?

  • Can you take direction and coaching well?

  • Will you be OK moving to any town and picking up with a new team?

  • Have you known for a while that playing collegiate football was your goal?

  • Will you be able to keep your school work in order with the feeling of football being a full time job?

IMPORTANT: Don't over think this process and psych your self out!



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