From an early age, pee-wee football players dream of playing in the NFL. By the time they make it through the high school ranks, few are able to take their talents to the collegiate level. Even fewer can play for a Division I or Division II football program, and just a fraction of those players go on to play professionally. It’s a long and grueling road to reach the NFL, and for those that do make it, they typically last three seasons, on average. That’s why putting together a Hall of Fame career is incredibly impressive. You need supreme skill, health, longevity, and quite frankly, some luck.
We’ve compiled a list of 10 current NFL players who will one day find themselves in Canton, Ohio, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We valued All-Pro and Pro Bowl selections over Super Bowl victories, and we omitted guys who are Hall of Fame locks, such as Mr. Tom Brady.
Here’s to those one in a (multi) million football players.