Ex-NFL MVP Cam Newton provides college advice for high school football players: “If you’re good, it don’t matter where you go, they gonna find you”

Every high school football player dream of playing college football and potentially making it to the NFL. However, the journey toward achieving these goals is not always straightforward. With so many colleges and universities to choose from, it can be challenging for young athletes to determine the best fit. Fortunately, ex-NFL MVP Cam Newton recently provided some valuable advice for high school football players on how to choose a college to play for their next three to four years.

He emphasized that even if they possess exceptional talent, big colleges do not necessarily need them.

The quarterback questioned the players whether they think they are needed by the likes of Kirby Smart or Nick Saban, and warned them not to think that way. 

“You think Kirby Smart needs you? You think Nick Saban Needs you?” He continued, “You stupid!”

He further advised them that if they are good enough, it does not matter where they go, as they will be found.

“Half of y’all going to schools that don’t even offer you. If you’re good, it don’t matter where you go, they gonna find you.”

Cam Newton’s advice serves as a valuable reminder to young athletes that it is not always about going to the biggest and most well-known schools. Instead, it is about finding the right fit and playing to the best of your ability. 

Ultimately, if you have the talent, dedication, and drive to succeed, the right people will find you. And you will make your mark on the football field, regardless of where you end up playing.

Return of Cam Newton to the NFL 

Cam Newton

Meanwhile, Cam Newton, the former collegiate athlete at Auburn, recently disclosed a list of quarterbacks and he is also willing to serve as a quarterback. Teams that lack depth at the esteemed offensive position are expected to reach out to him.

After taking a break in the 2022 season, he expressed his desire to return to the NFL this year. He regained the attention of the NFL in March when he threw to his brother at Auburn’s Pro Day.

Newton mentioned his willingness to be a backup to Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, and Anthony Richardson. They are among the top quarterbacks in this year’s draft class.

The quarterback appears to be determined to return to the NFL this year, and he is now open to being a backup. Hence, it would not be surprising if he signs with a team soon.

Maheen Zaib

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