Below I will be giving you a chart on the average weight for college football players at each level of college football. If you are below average that does not mean you are done for. Weight isn’t as important as you think and they will put weight on you when you get to college if you need to add it. But it also helps if you fit the mold size wise for the next level.
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How I got this info was from research on ESPN & google. On ESPN they have just about every single college team listed with the height & weight of all of their players. Super easy to find. I researched schools from each level D1, D2 & D3. And these are the numbers I got for each position. I hope this can help!
QB- D1)-205-215lbs D2)-200-215lbs D3)-185-210lbs
WR- D1)-190-205lbs D2)-185-200lbs D3)- 185-200lbs
RB- D1)-200-210lbs D2)-200-210lbs D3)-190-205lbs
LB- D1)-215lbs-230lbs D2)-215-230lbs D3)-205-225lbs
OL/DL- D1)-300-315lbs D2)-300-315lbs D3)-280-310lbs
(D Linemen on the edge were way lower in the 250lbs range)
DB- D1)-180-195lbs D2)-180-195lbs D3)-175-195lbs