A West Valley high school found a way to exercise the financial fitness for some of their student-athletes. On Monday, the Centennial High School football players put their helmets and picked up papers describing a new position they’ve likely never played before. Like Dylan Roberts, a starting defensive tackle who’s committed to playing with the Northwestern Wildcats after he graduates. On this day, he’s a “graphic designer” who makes $60,000 a year and has fake children that need daycare. Each student was given a sheet detailing their job, salary, family status, and student loan payments.