2025 Football Eligibles

Playing his college ball at South Dakota State, Vinatieri began his pro career with the Amsterdam Admirals of the World League of American Football.  The New England Patriots signed him after and in 1996, he was officially a National Football League player. New England was a team on the rise and if we are to agree that New England has been…
A Sixth Round Pick from Howard in 2006, Bethea helped Indianapolis win the Super Bowl as a rookie as a starter. Staying with the Colts for eight seasons, Bethea went to two Pro Bowls in Indianapolis (2007 & 2009) and had five seasons where he cracked at least 100 Combined Tackles. Bethea went on to play for the San Francisco 49ers for…
Aqib Talib was the 20thOverall Pick in 2008, but the former Kansas Jayhawk struggled early to live up to expectations.  Winning the starting job at Left Cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his sophomore year, Talib did well, but it was not until 2012, when he was traded to the New England Patriots where his star began to rise.
A Second Team All-Sun Belt Selection from Troy at Safety, Brynden Trawick played Safety at college but was a backup in that capacity in the NFL.  Trawick found a role on Special Teams where he was a Pro Bowler in 2017 as a Tennessee Titan.  He also played for Baltimore and Oakland over a seven-season career.

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Despite playing for a college juggernaut like Penn State, Linebacker Cameron Wake was not drafted in 2005.  He signed with the New York Giants as a Free Agent, but failed to make the team, but he continued to work out and hope for an opportunity, but it took a detour to Canada to get him to the NFL. Wake made the…
C.J. Anderson had a tough road to make the NFL.  Undrafted out of California, the Denver Broncos signed the Running Back, but he tore his MCL in training camp.  He rehabbed that injury and managed to play in five Games that year, and was involved in Denver’s Super Bowl loss to Seattle. Anderson moved up the depth chart in 2014 and was…
From the legendary Matthews family, Clay Matthews III became a perfect fit for Lambeau Field.   Matthews was a star Linebacker since the moment he began, earning a Pro Bowl selection in his rookie year and making five more since.  Matthews has excelled at pass rushing and whenever you watch a game that featured Green Bay it is likely that Matthews…
Darren Sproles was nicknamed “The Lightning Bug” and it was an absolute joy to watch the 5’ 6” Running Back frustrate opposing tacklers on a weekly basis. 
Delanie Walker was one of the best offensive players in Central Missouri State history, and he became one of the rare players from the school to be drafted, when San Francisco chose him in the Sixth Round in 2006. The Niners used him at Fullback, Tight End and as a Gunner, and he his versatility gave him the “Swiss Army…
Demaryius Thomas was a 2010 1st Round Pick who struggled as a rookie and in his second pro season due to injuries, but he was healthy in his third year where he showed off over the next five years what was expected of him.  Thomas went to the Pro Bowl in 2012 with a 1,434 Years and 10 Touchdown season, and…
Over a 12-year career, Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had flashes of brilliance where he was twice named to the Pro Bowl. A First Rounder from Tennessee State, DRC’s first stop was the Arizona Cardinals, where he was an All-Rookie in 2008 and Pro Bowler in 2009.  After a decent 2010 season, Rodgers-Cromartie was traded to Philadelphia, though a move to the nickel…
Undrafted from Utah State in 2006, Donald Penn signed with the Minnesota Vikings but saw no action.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers scooped him up, and he made their team in 2007,  starting 12 Games at Left Tackle. Penn was entrenched as their starter from then until 2013, going to the Pro Bowl in 2010.  He moved on to Oakland in 2014 and had…
A superstar at Texas where he was an All-American, Earl Thomas was the 14th pick of the 2010 Draft.  Thomas was an immediate starter at Free Safety, and as a sophomore and in 2011, he began a five-year streak of Pro Bowls and began a three-year run of First Team All-Pros in 2012.  A vital member of the Legion of Boom…
Drafted in 2004 with the third overall pick by the San Diego Chargers, Eli Manning did not want to play for the Bolts, and he was quickly dealt to the New York Giants, where he would play his entire career.  A four-time Pro Bowl Selection, he would take the Giants to two Super Bowl Championships, both against the heavily favored New…
Best known for his solidarity with his San Francisco 49ers teammate, Colin Kaepernick, by kneeling during the National Anthem to protest police brutality, Eric Reid was a First Round Selection from LSU, who went to the Pro Bowl as a rookie. Reid never made the Pro Bowl again, but was a productive starter for the Niners in his first five…
James Develin was undrafted from Brown in 2010 and bounced from the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz of the Arena League to the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League before he landed a spot on the practice squad of the Cincinnati Bengals.
One of the best football players, regardless of the position that Central Michigan ever produced, has to be Joe Staley.
Jon Condo was undrafted in 2005, but the Maryland Terrapin signed with the Dallas Cowboys, playing in three Games at Special Teams.
The son of Hall of Famer Howie Long and brother of Chris Long, Kyle Long had a nice career in his own right, especially in the beginning.