Alexis Jones Makes USA Junior Squad

NSR Prospect Picked to Represent USA When the invitation arrived from the USA Junior National Basketball Team Committee, NSR basketball prospect, Alexis Jones from McArthur High in Irvine, Texas, knew she desperately wanted to make the 16U squad.  A rising junior at McArthur, the 5’9” guard wanted to compete with the best.  Given a chance … Read more

Kayla Myers Sets NC All-time Record for Hits

Two Homers in State Playoffs Put Swain County Star in the Books For NSR softball prospect, Kayla Myers, setting records was nothing new.  In fact, it had become her habit.  By the end of her junior year at Swain County High in Bryson City, North Carolina, Kayla had already helped lead the volleyball team to a … Read more

Morgan Cary Sees Dream Come True

With No College Options in Sight, Cary Family Turned to NSR Morgan Cary is the quintessential NSR high school prospect, but with a twist, or a twist and a half.  Like thousands of other high school seniors, Morgan wanted to play college sports.  And as a promising young athlete, Morgan had set her sights on … Read more

Bush Throws Trojans to the NCAA Wolves

NCAA Determines Bush Ineligible; USC Hit with Tough Sanctions The mystery behind the alleged gifts from professional agents to former Heisman Trophy winner from the University of Southern California, Reggie Bush, is finally over according to the NCAA.  The nation’s largest college athletic governing body has announced its findings and the consequences placed on the university.     … Read more

A Tribute to UCLA Coach John Wooden

Coach Wooden Remembered as a Builder  John Wooden is the best college coach ever produced in the United States.  That is a bold statement, true, but it is also roundly agreed upon by his peers, followers, pundits and other experts in the field of sports.  His record of achievements are well documented, but perhaps the … Read more

Stay “Summer Safe”

Summers Filled with Potential Life-changing Options Congratulations!  You have made it through another tough school year.  As giddy as you may be about getting out of school for summer vacation, don’t allow your excitement to get the best of you, or keep you from making good decisions.  The next three months can be fun and … Read more

10 Tips to Becoming a More Mature Prospect

Every Advantage Helps When Competing for a College Scholarship Offer Watch better players’ fundamentals, not the games.  There is always something to learn from good athletes in your sport.  Appreciating their skills by homing in on their best traits can only enhance your own skills and knowledge of how the game should be played.  Observe … Read more

Here’s Your 5-step Plan to Organize Summer Workouts

This Five-step Guideline Will Help You Get Started 5. Work with a coach, trainer or physician to develop a written workout program for the summer months. Include scheduled time off for resting such as family vacations and regular days off. 4. Establish periodic, specific performance goals in each area of your workout.  Set your sights on reaching … Read more

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