NYAA "Finding Tomorrow's Star's Today"
NYAA "Finding Tomorrows Stars Today"
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Player and Team Rankings will be updated as necessary.
We rank Male and Female Youth Athletes.
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 youth basketball events.
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/She is awesome” communication, while compelling, will be deleted.
The NYAA is Announcing the Inaugural Naismith National Youth All American Game. NYAA scouts will pick 20 players in each class to represent their class in the All American Game. The represented classes will be Classes of:
NYAA will name the "National Player of the Year" and "National Coach of the Year".
Make sure you get out to events NYAA will be covering- we look for talented players that play unselfish, with a positive attitude, show a high degree of character and shows a high knowledge of the game. Good luck to everyone and we look forward to watching each and every one of you play this upcoming season.
8th -12th grade is a critical time for potential college athletes regardless of the sport they play. NYAA is doing our part to help with that aspect. NYAA Introduces Exposure Packages - If you are unsigned and feeling anxiety about the recruiting process or perhaps your not happy with the offers you are getting. If you are Major D1, Mid Major, D2, D3 or NAIA, NYAA can and will help. Our exposure packages will put you in front of the schools you want. Also. we will provide you with the necessary feedback you need to determine why you’re not getting the looks you feel you deserve.
My son is a 2019 Senior from Tampa Fl. I signed him up for the Gold Package. After one week of me signing my son up, he received 7 calls from NCAA college coaches. The simple fact these coaches showed interest in my son, immediately picked up his spirits and gave him a new found confidence. Believe me, our entire family has been attacking this dream of his since he was 8 years old. It was heartbreaking having my son watch others get offers and see them with so much joy and my son being left out in the cold. We are still in our initial stages but thanks to NYAA we have hope.
My daughter is in the 8th grade from Salt Lake City Utah, I decided to give the NYAA Gold Package a try. Almost immediately we begin to get phone calls and emails from ESPN and college coaches. My daughter works really hard and seemed like she played well but she never really was recognized for her accomplishments. It's great that NYAA will give our children an opportunity to publicized their achievements.
Salt Lake City UT
NYAA Announces "NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND program" which is the NYAA Sponsored Team. If you don't have a team or if your team is not attending the NYAA 2019 Winter Nationals in Blacksburg, VA. You can still get your opportunity for exposure, and an opportunity to make the ALL AMERICAN GAME!!
NYAA will put together two teams in each classification of boys and girls to compete against all the other programs that will be attending the tournament. Teams will be assembled by position each team will consist of 10 players - 2 point guards, 4 wing players, and 4 post players.