Bo Jackson, known by the name of Vincent Edward Jackson, (born November 30, 1962, Bessemer, Alabama, U.S.), American athlete who starred for the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball and the Los Angeles Raiders of the National Football League (NFL) during his short but storied professional career and who is widely considered one of the greatest all-around athletes in history.
In high school, he excelled in athletics (track and field), baseball, and football, winning two state decathlon titles, throwing multiple no-hitters for the baseball team, and playing football. He was drafted by the New York Yankees out of high school, but he decided to attend Auburn University instead. Jackson lettered in all three sports at Auburn, but he made his biggest impact on the football field, where he was twice named a consensus All-American running back (1983 and 1985) and won the 1985 Heisman Trophy after rushing for 1,786 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Despite stating publicly that he did not want to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jackson was selected by the franchise with the first overall pick of the 1986 NFL draft. True to his word, he spurned the Bucs and signed with the Royals (a professional baseball team). Eligible again for the NFL draft in 1987, he was selected in the seventh round by the Raiders, whose owner, Al Davis, agreed to pay Jackson a full-time salary while allowing him to miss early-season games to complete his yearly baseball obligations.
Although Bo Jackson had an advantage in football and baseball, according to the law of comparative advantage, which sport should have Bo focused on?
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