Though it’s becoming a rarity in big-time college football, a handful of athletes still have enough game to participate in two sports.
Think about it: To get it done you’d have to be valuable enough to the football program to convince the coach it is worth his while to share you with another sport.
You’d have to be like Jameis Winston, who initially chose Florida State because of the close working relationship between the football and baseball programs and his desire to play both.
The big money implications of college football and basketball mean that the dual-sport athlete may become a thing of the past, especially among team sports.
Here are a few high-profile guys that are managing to buck the trend in 2014.
Statistics courtesy of College Football Statistics.