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.
We've heard from the experts. Now we let the professionals weigh in on which state they think should be crowned the winner of the Great State Debate.
Seneca Wallace was on a struggling team in high school, and no colleges wanted him to play quarterback. He's now in his sixth season as an NFL QB.
Michael Strahan played one year of high school football before setting records in college and the NFL.
Dallas Clark was the best athlete in a town of 431 people, now he's one of the NFL's top tight ends.
Every week, ESPN RISE will spotlight professional athletes we believe should inspire those of you in high school who are striving to get better at your sport.