90 of the best high school football players in the world take the field in Miami (Fla.) before the NFL Pro Bowl in the USA vs. The World football game.
The NFL High School Player Development camp may be about football, but that's not all it's about.
Even though he was lightly recruited out of Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Va.) Tim Hightower shined at Richmond and has become a rookie sensation with the Cardinals.
Tony Romo wasn't always a superstar. He was an unknown high school recruit before dominating at Eastern Illinois and going undrafted in the NFL. He's the latest to featured in the ESPN RISE Preps-To-Pros series.
Brian Westbrook overcame injury and small size in high school to become one of the top running backs in the NFL.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' career has been defined by patience as he went from unknown prep to big-time pro.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie became a first-round NFL draft pick despite getting only one college offer as a high school senior.
Michael Strahan played one year of high school football before setting records in college and the NFL.