Almost all football players are drafted out of college, rather than high school, because the extra "seasoning" in college makes them league ready, or nearly so (this is not true in baseball).
But suppose there was a high school kicker, who could routinely kick field goals from the 50-year line or further? Would a major league team consider drafting him or her for that particular skill without the further practice in college on the theory that "kicking" ability is basically independent of what else happens on the field (there is normally no contact for the kicker.) Or are anti-kick defenses much better in the "pros" than in high school? According to NFL rules, this could take place only several years after the high school graduation, unless this person applied for, and was granted "special eligibility," so maybe this person maintains the skill in junior college or abroad.
And most people who are, say, 5' 5" and 170 pounds (like the Houston Astros' Jose Altuve) would not be considered "playable" on an NFL football field, particularly if female. But could "kicker" be an exception to this rule?