Our first pick is the quarterback. We picked quarterback because coaches tend to give scholarships to quarterbacks first, so they can develop them for a couple of years. They also tend to have 2 or 3 quarterbacks on a roster–so they’re are backups and replacements, as it is such a pivotal position. However, being a quarterback is one of the hardest jobs on a football team, you must memorize and run the plays. You are the team leader. There are several styles of quarterbacks that teams use depending on the formation and offense that’s right for the talents of the players. You need to look for a team that suits your play style or be very versatile. Being a quarterback is also physically demanding as you will mount the main offensive for your team, you should be above average height, strong, quick, have a knack for play-calling and finding open space, and obviously, be able to throw accurately and far. And now, let’s see what else we have in our list of easiest football positions to get a college scholarship.