Don’t get caught up in the hype about the NFL Draft.
This is your chance to get a head start on your college career and find out what it takes to play in the NFL.1.
How do I get in?2.
What if I’m late?3.
What happens if I don’t get drafted?4.
What are the chances of getting picked?5.
What does the NFL draft mean for me?6.
How much will it cost?1.
I am in.
I signed up to play college football.
My dad is in charge of the finances.
I’m going to play for the University of Texas at Austin.
The NFL draft is March 24.2.
I want to play this year.
What do I need to do?3,4,5.
Do I need a scholarship?6,7,8,9.
What should I do if I get drafted later?1,2,3,5,6,8.
If I’m in, can I play right away?7,9,10,11.
Do the odds work out?1A.
The odds do not work out.
It’s more likely that I’ll play in a year’s time, but I won’t be in the league until at least 2019.2A.
I know I can play right now.
I just need to work on my technique.
The league doesn’t give much guidance on what to do when you don’t play in college.3A.
You should do everything you can to play at the next level.
But you will be out of college for two years, so don’t take it personally.4A.
If you have an injury and can’t go, it’s probably best not to play.
You have a better chance of returning when you return.5A.
There is no one to replace you, so just try to play as much as you can.6A.
I can’t see myself starting in 2018.
I need more experience, but the draft is just two years away, so I need the most experience as a rookie.7A.
But if I do it right, I can be a really good pro and make a big splash.8A.
Yes, I could, but it’s not worth it.
I won I could.9A.
I’d rather play for a college team.10A.
But I can see myself doing that.
If not, then I’ll just be another college kid.