New device may help football players and coaches detect concussions more quickly.
The American Academy of Neurology says 100,000 concussions are reported every year by U.S. high school football players.
Now a new device being tested in San Antonio may have the potential to help many of these players.
The device is called The Concussion Indicator.
It's a special chin strap that warns a player after a really hard hit that they may have suffered a concussion.
Some of the best high school football players in the nation who are in San Antonio for the US Army All-American Bowl are testing it out.
The developers say The Concussion Indicator should be on the market by the time the next high school football season starts.
It'll be sold in stores everywhere for around $40 dollars.