Many college athletes want to make it to the NFL, but a few younger athletes in Texas, remind them that they have already achieved something great — playing at the collegiate level for a historically black college or university… which is indeed, an honor.

Jerry Rice… Michael Strahan… Douglass McNeil III… and most recently, a 2019 South Carolina State University graduate, Alex Brown, are all shining examples of how you can have an amazing black college experience then matriculate to the National Football League to have a successful career.

Tennessee State University, FAMU, North Carolina A&T State University, PVAMU, Alcorn State University, and Mississippi Valley State University, you have some new fans!

A team of young Texas football players in the Battle National Youth Sports League have decided to trade in their typical team jerseys, and rock the jerseys of some black college sports teams. How cute are they!

https://twitter.com/Marcusdent93/status/1229110405584302082

This type of exposure for HBCU sports teams is paramount, as the conversation about more athletes attending black colleges grows. You CAN attend an HBCU and be well-prepared to play for the NFL.