American Samoa is the small pacific island far away from US pacific. It is about 8,000 miles from California.
60 minutes, CBS program, went to American Samoa to find out why the territory with a population less than the capacity of average pro-football stadium to send more player to the NFL than any other area of the same size in the mainland USA. As it is seen in the program, Somoa kids are 56 times more likely to play in the NFL than any other American.
The reasons behind Samoa kids being more likely to be drafted for NFL t is their large body size and daily chores they perform in their regular life such as cooking, cleaning or even cutting grass. The activities make them energetic and more athletic which are the main ingredients to get into the Pro-football team . The territory has sent about 10 NFL linemen who played Somoan high school ball including Cincinnati Bengal’s Dorriata Peko and Pittsburg Troy Polamalu.