NSR, NAIA to Enter Partnership

The Purpose is to Educate NSR Client-Athletes   National Scouting Report (NSR) is proud to announce a partnership in principle with the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association (NAIA).  The NAIA requested the partnership stating in a Email to NSR president, Rusty Rigney, “Since (NSR) works directly with student-athletes hoping for a chance to extend their playing … Read more

Spencer Froemming Has Exceptional Game

Quarterback-Safety Does it All in Big Win   In a game worth savoring, last Friday night 2012 NSR football prospect Spencer Froemming from Bonduel High School in Bonduel, Wisconsin completed 10 of 16 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns and ran in two scores in a 34-7 win over Iola-Scandinavia.  He also intercepted a pass as … Read more

Why a Scouting Service? Why, then, NSR?

Being Recruited Is Too Important to Be Left to Chance       Think for a moment what you really want to achieve.  If it’s to play college level sports, examine even closer what you must overcome to compete for a scholarship offer.  The hurdles are many, so nothing can be left to chance, but do you have … Read more

WE, the Breakfast of…Coaches!

Ask any college coach this question:  What one trait do you most covet in a high school prospect?  Work ethic (WE) will be at or near the top of the list.  Even with all the hubbub of late about character, WE wins out. For 30 years, NSR scouts have been working with college coaches to … Read more

Turn Your Dreams into Reality

Will you actually play college sports or is it just a dream you hope comes true?  Now is the time to take the initiative and let NSR turn you into a successfully-recruited, college student-athlete which could mold your entire future. Let’s face it — if you wait for college recruiters to come to you, you … Read more

T*W*I*S: Cool & Uncool, Baddour and Goodell

Today marks the beginning of our T*W*I*S (This Week In Sports) feature which we will tag persons or organizations as Cool and Uncool for their actions in the previous week’s news.  We hope you enjoy the play on names in Week One of TWIS:    Cool:  High five to UNC athletic director Dick Baddour who refused to circumvent … Read more

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