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One Sport Athletes


Is specializing in one sport beneficial to athletes? According to ESPN, 95% of NFL quarterbacks surveyed played at least 2 sports in high school, 70% played at least 3 sports. Playing multiple sports increases athleticism and decreases risk of injury.

Another stat – 85% of the football recruiting class from Alabama, Notre Dame, and Ohio State were multi-sport athletes. Encourage your kids to play as many sports as they can/would like.

Sources: http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/page/qbsurvey150205HSTraining/high-school-specialization

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