If your kid is VERY serious about playing sports, you will not need this costly program. If they are not VERY serious, this program is little more than a money pit. My child decided not to play sports and that she would be going into a trade by sophomore year. This does not stop payments from continuing to be drawn from your account. Not only will they keep your money for services you never used, they will continue to take your money after you've explained you clearly have no need. DON'T DO IT!
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February 25, 2022
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This is an update from my feedback in 2020. Since this time my son joined a travel team for baseball and this has done so much more than the NCSA ever did. After spending $2000 for their premium service we got ZERO help and exposure. It's a ripoff! Get your child on a good travel team and that will be more effective than these vultures can ever be! Please head my warning because this is waste of time and money...
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Very expensive for very little payoff. Most of the college coaches I actually got interest from said they don't even use NCSA, only twitter, where I actually got recruited. The "personal recruiting coach" doesn't anwser texts or questions. Just pushes me to watch workshops that say the same thing in each one. The only messages I've gotten in the app are copy and pasted from coaches that they send to mass recruits. Overall stay away and just use twitter.
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