Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw played a year of high school football while growing up in Texas, but decided after his freshman season to focus on baseball. Despite his strong arm, Kershaw was the center rather than quarterback, which wasn't a bungled coaching move since the team had Matthew Stafford taking the snaps.

Stafford, the No. 1 overall in the 2009 NFL draft, threw 41 touchdown passes for the Lions in 2011. But Kershaw said he wasn't going to burn an early-round draft pick in his fantasy football draft just to grab his old buddy from Highland Park High School in Dallas. Where would he take him? Check out his analysis:

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