The pride of North Dakota, Carson Wentz wasn’t always viewed as the savior. In fact, he only received one college offer, as most wouldn’t give him a chance
Under-recruited: How Today’s Stars Were Made
Long before he was a world series champ, José Altuve almost didn’t make it to the pros. Overlooked by all of Venezuela, he barely made the Astros roster.
Jordan Clarkson wasn’t supposed to make the NBA. But he also wasn’t supposed to even be a playmaker in college. What helped him get here?
Don’t fit the typical size or style of the top recruits? Neither did Jeremy Lin. But that didn’t stop him from lighting the basketball world on fire.
Passed up by countless colleges, T.Y. Hilton was only given a shot by a few programs. While at FIU, he showed that your high school ranking means nothing.
Aaron Judge wasn’t always an All-Star. Coming out of high school, most of the offers he got were for football. But still, he was committed to baseball.