NOTE: Approximately 5% of the top college football players, regardless of division, step foot on a paying blade of grass every new NFL season. It could be they are one of the 250-some drafted into the NFL or 4-to-500 signed Sunday night through the following weeks after the Draft is over. Of that 5%, 2% actually stick on an NFL roster in some form or fashion. Even as popular as the game of American football is and with no mainstream orgazined minor league NFL system, the numbers game takes over and the rest stay in and play the game they love for pay in the CFL, Arena or another secondary league. NFL Draft Scout collects, projects, organizes, tracks, covers and displays ALL prospects year-round, everyday. Last Updated: 12/14/17
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