New Jersey Football Prospect Is Center Of Attention

Life has been a snap for Jack Hadley, who has been the center of attention at several state, regional and national long-snapping events this summer. Hadley, a 2018 National Scouting Report football prospect from Forked River, N.J., placed second out of 80 long snappers last week at the Chris Rubio Long Snapping National Underclassmen Invitational … Read more

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Don’t Make College Coaches Jump Through Hoops

College coaches should not be toyed with by parents and prospects. Yes, there are some appropriate things parents can do and/or request from coaches, but every coach has a limit.  Not knowing that particular point of no return can result in a coach backing off indefinitely if it is crossed. Recruiting can be going smoothly. A coach is … Read more

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5 Questions Parents of Student Athletes Need To Ask

The way you win the college recruiting game is with a specific advantage. Most parents don’t think of this. Those who do, know what’s needed to secure it. Successful college coaches have a game plan going into a contest. In their minds, the plan is their competitive advantage. Recruiting works the same way. Parents who want … Read more

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Division I Box Is Hard To Fit Into

What’s the No. 1 downfall of college prospects? Thinking they are NCAA Division I talent. National Scouting Report scouts watch athletes perform every day. We are looking for youngsters who have the ability to play at some college level and the grades and character to proudly represent the school that recruits them. To verify that … Read more

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NSR Prospects Bring Vitality To Teams

National Scouting Report’s Vitality Prospects can be picked out instantly from any team. What are they?  Thought you’d never ask. First, let’s start with this truth: NSR has a huge advantage over other scouting organizations, especially the ones that set up call centers, buy rosters and tell their “scouts” to call as many kids as … Read more

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College Prospects Must Seize Opportunities

“Opportunities multiply as they are seized; they die when ignored.” Believe it or not, that sage advice was from a fortune cookie I recently opened. Not bad, I thought, and spot on in recruiting. Our job at National Scouting Report is to create opportunities that never would be available to prospects without our longstanding connections and … Read more

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New Jersey Lacrosse Goalie Commits To Brown

Imagine realizing your dream of playing college athletics and committing as a junior. Very cool. In addition, the school you commit to is a member of the Ivy League. Extremely cool. Meet Caitlin Barrett, a 2017 National Scouting Report lacrosse prospect from East Windsor, N.J. She attends the prestigious Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J. Caitlin … Read more

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How To Be Scouted At Summer Tournaments

Want to be scouted for college coaches this summer? You have three choices: Show up at a tournament or showcase and hope to be discovered. Email all of the coaches whom you hope will scout that tournament or showcase. Contact a local National Scouting Report representative. Option 1 likely won’t do you much good. If … Read more

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North Carolina Baseball Prospect Stands Tall Athletically, Academically

National Scouting Report baseball prospect  Tyler Conklin stands 6-foot-6 with a 4.1 GPA. Think that catches the eyes of college coaches? You bet. However, Tyler’s best attribute is his desire to achieve the best on the diamond and in the classroom. “I have been studying baseball ever since I can remember and coaches say my baseball … Read more

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NSR Softball Prospect Named New Mexico Player of Year

It is easy to see why Santana Parra was selected New Mexico’s 2016 Gatorade Softball Player of the Year. A 2016 National Scouting Report prospect, Parra put up numbers any player in any state would be proud to post. She also led her freshman-laden Centennial High School team to a state championship. Parra, a 5-foot-7 pitcher, posted … Read more

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