Triplets Having Successful Run with NSR

Trio Getting Individual Attention from Schools Across America It’s not all that unusual for an NSR scout to encounter talented siblings of different ages or even twins for that matter.  But, triplets?  That’s is definitely not what Northeast Pennsylvania Area Director Ed McGrady expected when he set up an appointment to interview soccer standout Zach … Read more

The Importance of a Pat On the Back

This Little Gesture Can Inspire Even After a Dressing Down Never underestimate the value of a pat on the back.  Whether it comes from a parent, a coach, a teacher or a teammate, this simple act of appreciation goes much farther than most people realize.  When I was a kid playing youth ball in a small community, … Read more

T*W*I*S: Auburn Trees’ Poisoning Shows Darkest Side of Fanatics

A fan of the University of Alabama’s football program has allegedly poisoned two live oak trees at historic Toomer’s Corner on the campus of Auburn University last week as an apparent act of retribution for the Tigers’ regular season win over the Crimson Tide and eventual NCAA Division I national championship.  The Atlanta Journal and Constitution’s Web site reported that … Read more

Prospects Know When a College is “Right”

Focus on Your Ultimate Objective Until You Find “It” Assume nothing as you search for everything you want in a college.  Far too often high school prospects take the word and opinion of others about which schools and programs are excellent, good, okay or unacceptable.  Those opinions are based on their unique perspectives, not yours.  The … Read more

Adam Bennett Is the Complete Student-Athlete

Senior OL Is Much More Than Your Typical Jock Adam Bennett, a senior offensive lineman from Romeo High School in Bruce Township, Mich., has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Ferris State University and play for their football program.   Bennett led a 2010 RHS offensive line which paved the way for 1,872 rushing yards, 1,464 passing … Read more