The Detroit Lions recently made quarterback Matthew Stafford the highest paid player in NFL history when he signed a five year contract worth $135 million dollars. In 2014, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw to a seven year contract worth $215 million dollars making him the highest paid pitcher in baseball history. This serves as a reminder that Matthew Stafford and Clayton Kershaw grew up together outside of Dallas, Texas and both graduated from Highland Park High School class of 2006, where they were teammates in multiple sports throughout their childhood. Both players were highly ranked by experts as prospects in their respective sports, Matthew Stafford attended the University of Georgia and was eventually the first overall pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, while Clayton Kershaw was drafted seventh overall in the 2006 MLB Draft right out of high school by the Los Angeles Dodgers. My question is, who got more chicks in high school? When these two childhood pals go out to dinner, Kershaw has to pick up the tab, he has $80 million more on his contract than Stafford does.