A major feature package has been presented today on our sister website at Student Sports about the future of high school football players shortening their time going from college and then to the NFL.
The bottom line is that despite the possible major changes coming to college football there is no impetus for the NFL, the NFL players’ union and others to push for any changes on the current three-year time span it takes for a player to go from prep to pro.
For the first part of this two-part presentation on StudentSports.com, CLICK HERE.
For a sidebar list of the nation’s top 10 high school players over the years who may have had the best chances to have been drafted by the NFL if they were eligible (including De La Salle’s D.J. Williams), CLICK HERE.