NYAA "Finding Tomorrow's Star's Today"
NYAA "Finding Tomorrows Stars Today"
Player and Team Rankings Will be updated as necessary and the 1st and 15th of every month until September.
We rank Boy's and Girl's Grades 3rd-8th
The National Youth All American Report has been instrumental in spring boarding today’s youth athletes to tomorrow stars. Our scouts spend countless hours at AAU, USBA, YBOA, USSSA, NYBL, Recreation, Boy’s and Girls Clubs, and YMCA basketball leagues and tournaments evaluating our stars of tomorrow.
We rely a lot on word of mouth, if you know of someone you feel is deserving of being on this report just compete our watch list form and we will send a scout the area to observe the players skill set.
As a matter of policy, we never share which coaches said what about whom, so that coaches will be free to share their assessments. Another policy is that parents’ opinions about their own children are not considered, but you are welcome to provide feedback about honors and other details that may be of help to us in keeping their profiles up to date as well as our challenge of sifting through thousands of players nationwide. That kind of data can be helpful, but the: “How can you not have rated my kid? He is awesome” communication, while compelling, will be consigned to the virtual trash.
NYAA is Sponsoring a Youth Basketball Tournament for Boy's and Girls Grades 3rd -12th in which all proceeds will go to St. Judes Children's Hospital. St. Jude's Hospital Helps Children treat and defeat childhood cancer and other life threatening diseases. Tournament is Being held at MidAmerican Sports Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
Each Team will pay a 200.00 performance bond to register, upon completion of the tournament meaning your team has completed their game obligations on time. Your team will receive their 200.00 back at the end of the tournament.
NYAA coming to your town. The entire month of May, June, July, and August NYAA will be traveling to your town putting on a series of Mini tournaments we are only accepting 20 teams. These tournaments are affordable only 200.00 to register, with a 3 game guarantee. These mini pod events will allow us to see teams and players that may not have the budget to get to our main events. Let's us know if you want NYAA to come to your town. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like NYAA to come to your town.
Register Now Only 200.00 Click on the event you wish to attend.
Cost - 225.00
Sign up today this camp will close. Compete against the Nation's Best youth basketball players. Great performances at NYAA Camps help launch Careers. So far NYAA Previous Campers have received 112 Division One College Basketball Scholarship Offers Starting in the 8th grade.
This is the Last Ranking Camp of the Year 2018!!!
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I like the "flow" of the camp. The combination of drills, and discussions appeared well thought out so that the kids got exposed to basketball skills, character building and principles of success. My son remained engaged. Before the camp I was concerned he might not be ready for a skills focused camp but within the first few hours on I was certain we have made the right decision.
This camp fully met my expectations. Donald Williams is an inspired teacher. I give him HIGH marks for his presentation skills and clear enthusiasm for the game and young people. I would love to get this program in Seattle. I am very glad I made the trip to North Carolina.
Steven J – Charlotte Elite Exposure Camp
There are so many great things about this camp I'm not sure where to start. First the instructor Donald Williams was energetic, knowledgeable and kept the kids interested and engaged. I think the thing I loved most was that everything he did related back to game situations. I don't think kids get enough of that these days.
My daughter is in 8th grade and will be the starting varsity Point Guard at her school next year and she wasn't sure about the camp going in. So many camps have a wide range of playing abilities that they tend to coach to the lowest skill. It was refreshing to see kids who could play so coaches could really focus on the skills they need.
Our daughter has been to (name of camp removed) College and loves it and I rank this right up there with that or even higher. She came home after the Saturday session and told me that she learned what to watch for when watching basketball games or game tape. That is huge.
I also loved the things like scrimmages with game situations (leading by a point or down by 3). She also loved that when another kid took a show off shot and made it at the end of one of these game situations where the girls team had the lead by 1 with 30 seconds to play the coaches called the girl out on it because it was the wrong situation. That spoke volumes to my daughter. I could go on and on. The biggest endorsement was we missed the Friday portion because our daughter was in a track meet that ran very late Friday night so she was exhausted. She then went all day a Saturday and Sunday and was exhausted and she still had the energy to tell us all the things she loved about it. She does lots of one on ones and camps and I am going to say this was the best and we love Coach Williams.
My only regret is that our daughter’s entire team didn't participate. It was truly phenomenal.
- Beth C – Nashville , Tennessee Elite Exposure Camp
My daughter, attended the Elite Exposure Camp in Atlanta GA. This was her first camp ever and we weren't really sure what to expect. She was very excited and nervous too.
The first day their Coach Donald Williams called everyone, parents included, into the gym to give his opening speech about the camp and what to expect and what he expected from the campers.
I loved it! He was right on point. No nonsense. And I love that he's coaching the kids not only on key basketball skills but life skills as well. If the kids listened to him and took what he said to heart they will have the tools to go far. Not only in basketball but in life.
I liked the fact that the kids got time with each of the coaches and that Coach Williams made a point of trying to have time with everyone as it was a large group. It made Jada feel special that Coach Williams remembered her name out of all those people and that he took the time to work one on one with her on her shooting. She would leave camp every evening exhausted but glowing and excited.
This was definitely money well spent in my book. We just signed up for the Chapel Hill NC Camp in May, Jada can't wait to go. She didn't want the last one to end. She said that she wished the camp would go on all week. This is definitely something that I would recommend to my friends for their kids looking to improve and excel.
Thank you for providing such a great experience for our youth.
- Monique L –Atlanta GA Elite Exposure Camp