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2016 December ASNN365 Newsletter (update)

Posted on December 18, 2016. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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Year in Review… Bowls… and Holiday Wish list…

December 2016

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2016-17 Boys Basketball Teams & Players to Watch

Posted on December 12, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Girls High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Boys to watch on the hardwood….

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GUARDS
basketball Glen Abram, Rich Central, senior, guard
basketball Chase Adams, Marian Catholic, 5-4, Jr.
basketball Jeffrey Boyd, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard
basketball Xavier Castaneda, Young, 5-11, Jr.
basketball Jaylan Catledge, Richards, senior, guard
basketball Kejuan Clements, Simeon, 6-0, So.
basketball Maurice Commander, Marist, 5-10, Jr.
basketball John Contant, Stagg, senior, guard
basketball Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park, 6-3, Jr.
basketball Marcus Garrett, Hillcrest, 6-1, Sr.
basketball Evan Gilyard, Simeon, 5-9, Sr.
basketball Temon Green, St. Rita, senior, guard
basketball Robert Harvey, Hillcrest, junior, guard
basketball Brandon Hurt, Marian Catholic, 6-0, Sr.
basketball Teyvion Kirk, Joliet West, 6-3, Sr.
basketball Trelan Morrow, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard
basketball Josh Niego, Brother Rice, senior, guard
basketball Marco Pettinato, Lincoln-Way West, 6-2, Sr.
basketball PJ Pipes, Lemont, 6-0, Sr.
basketball Mike Shepski, Brother Rice, senior, guard
basketball Alonzo Verge, Thornton, 6-1, Sr.
FORWARDS
basketball Nana Akenten, Bolingbrook, 6-5, Sr.
basketball Jameel Alausa, U-High, 6-6, Sr.
basketball Orlando Allen, Thornton, 6-8, Jr.
basketball Trevian Bell, Joliet West, 6-5, Sr.
basketball Melo Burrell, Morgan Park, senior, forward
basketball Aaron Cash, Morgan Park, 6-6, Jr.
basketball Javon Freeman, Young, 6-4, Jr.
basketball Talen Horton-Tucker, Simeon, 6-5, Jr.
basketball Messiah Jones, Simeon, 6-5, Jr.
basketball Austin Richie, Bloom, 6-4, Sr.
basketball Dwayne Rose, Crete-Monee, 6-2, Sr.
basketball Lucas Williamson, Young, 6-4, Sr.
CENTERS
basketball TeeAaron Powell, Marian Catholic, 6-8, Sr.

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2016 November ASNN365 Newsletter

Posted on December 12, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , |

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Scholarship Month…

November 2016

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2016-17 BBall Recruiting Class

Posted on November 14, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NCAA Sports | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

2016-17 Basketball Recruits

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basketball Nana Akenton, Bolingbrook: Nebraska
basketball Jamell Alausa, U-High: Yale
basketball Trevian Bell, Joliet West: Wisconsin-Green Bay
basketball Teyvion Kirk, Joliet West: Drake
basketball PJ Pipes, Lemont: Wisconsin-Green Bay
basketball Dwayne Rose, Crete-Monee: Toledo

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Signing Day: The nation’s top 10 recruiting classes

1. Arizona: In addition to 7-footer DeAndre Ayton, the No. 1 player in the country, Sean Miller added three other top 100 talents in 6-7 Ira Lee, point guard Alex Barcello and shooting guard Brandon Randolph. Could the Wildcats finish the class off with wing Lonnie Walker, a top 20 player who is uncommitted?

2. UCLA: A year after landing current freshman phenom Lonzo Ball, coach Steve Alford has another stacked class. Point guard Jaylen Hands out of San Diego is the headliner of this four-man class. But it will get a big boost if, as expected, Indy prep star Kris Wilkes, a top 25 player in the country, commits soon.

3. Washington: Michael Porter, an ultra-smooth 6-7 scorer on the wing, is one of the nation’s truly elite prospects. The four-man class also includes a pair of locals from Seattle –– top 50 guard Daejon Davis and top 75 player Jaylen Howell from Seattle.

4. Auburn: Coach Bruce Pearl now has put together three straight talented classes at this “football school.” His top prize, 6-10 Austin Wiley, is an Auburn legacy and one of the top 20 players in the country. Top 50 talent Davion Mitchell and four-star forward Chuma Okeke are also on board.

5. Xavier: This talented five-man class should help keep Chris Mack’s program among the top 25 in the country. The best class in the Big East includes top 100 players Paul Scruggs and Naji Marshall, a pair of perimeter stars.

6. Louisville: There are multiple top 100 talents and four-star recruits in this four-man class, but the gem of the class is 6-10 Malik Williams. The Fort Wayne, Ind., native is a long, agile, defensive presence and has an enormous upside.

7. Texas: A trio of top 100 national recruits are headed to Austin, including 6-8 Jericho Sims, 6-8 Royce Hamm and shooting guard Jase Febres.

8. Oregon: Troy Brown, a dynamic 6-7 guard and top 20 player in the country, is the star of this class. Both 6-4 V.J. Bailey and 6-6 Abu Kigab are top 100 talents.

9. Western Kentucky: Yes, the Hilltoppers, out of Conference USA, have a top 10 class after hitting the jackpot with two top 50 talents: 7-footer Mitchell Robinson, one of the top 10 players in the country, and 6-4 shooting guard Josh Anderson.

10. Michigan State: Sparty goes big! Jaren Jackson, a 6-10, 220-pound power forward, is a top 20 player in the senior class, while 6-8, 260-pound Xavier Tillman is among the top 100.

 

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2016 October ASNN365 Newsletter

Posted on November 8, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NBA, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business |

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2016 September ASNN365 Newsletter

Posted on November 7, 2016. Filed under: AAU, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business |

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School is in… Protect yourself sociably…

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How many Official Visits can a student-athlete take

Posted on September 5, 2016. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Basketball, Football, NCAA Sports, Softball, Track and Field, Volleyball | Tags: , , |

Is there a limit on the number of Official Visits a student-athlete can take?

August 25, 2016

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Here’s everything you need to know about Official Visits:

Funding?

If an institution pays for any part of a visit, it is considered an official visit. Typically the school will pay for travel, housing, meals and some entertainment costs.

•The school is allowed to pay for lodging, transportation, meals, and entertainment. That includes (1) round-trip transportation (rental car or airfare) for the student-athlete between home (or high school) and the campus, (2) you (and your parents) may receive 3 meals per day and (3) complimentary admissions to campus athletics events.
•Official visits cannot be made until the opening day of class senior year, no matter what division. The date will vary depending on your school.
•The NCAA allows 5 visits to D1 and D2 schools combined.
•You may only take ONE official visit per institution, no matter the division.
•Each official visit may be up to 48 hrs.
•The NCAA allows each school (DI, DII, and DIII) to offer official visits, but each school differs in policy and budget.
•Official visits are not allowed during dead periods.
•You are allowed an unlimited number of official visits to NAIA & D3 schools.

Who takes official visits?

Coaches usually offer official visits to their top recruits. You must be invited on an official visit by a coach; you cannot invite yourself on one.

How many official visits can a coach offer?

The number of official visits a college or team can offer depends on their budget each year. Division I schools usually can afford the most official visits, followed by Division II schools. NAIA and Division III colleges usually do not offer paid official visits, even though they are allowed to offer them.

How many official visits am I allowed to take?

Per NCAA rules, you are allowed to take no more than five official visits to Division I and/or Division II schools and you can only take one visit, per school. There is no limit on the number of official visits you can take at the Division III and NAIA levels, but you can only take one visit per school.

When can I take my first official visit?

You may begin to take official visits starting the opening day of classes, in your senior year of high school. You must also be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center before you will be able to start taking official visits.

What does it mean if a coach offers me an official visit?

If a coach offers you an official visit, you are most likely very high on their list of recruits. Official visits are typically reserved for top recruits. If a coach does not offer you an official visit (especially at the Division I or II levels), you are most likely not very high on their recruiting list and you should look into other options.

How do I set up an official visit?

Coaches will usually extend an official visit offer during a phone conversation with you, but you do not have to wait for them to make the first move. It is okay to be upfront with the coach and ask him/her if they plan to offer you an official visit. Tell them that you are in the process of scheduling your official visits and you would like to know so you can plan accordingly. This will also show the coach that you are being seriously recruited at other places.

How do I know if a coach is offering an official visit vs. an unofficial visit?

Usually the coach will specify what type of visit they are offering you. If they don’t specify and they asked you to visit during your senior year, you should always ask them to clarify what type of visit it is.

Are there any common questions a coach may ask during an official visit?

Here are some common questions a coach may ask during your official visit:

What other schools are recruiting you?

Be honest and if possible, list colleges that are comparable to, rivals with, or better than the institution you are visiting. This will make them want to fight for you more!

What colleges will you visit?

Be honest and name any schools you have visited officially or unofficially. If this is the first college you have visited state that you are in the process of scheduling the rest of your visits.

When can you commit?

If you are visiting your number one choice and feel comfortable committing, go for it! If you have other visits pending or feel you need more time, tell the coach you want to take your other official visits, just to make sure you make an educated decision. Ask the coach, “How long does your offer stand for?” and “When do I have to make my decision by?” You can also explain to the coach that you need to discuss the offer with your parents, which can buy you some more time.

Will coaches be evaluating me during a visit?

Yes! Just because you are offered a visit, does not necessarily mean you will receive a scholarship offer or even a spot on the team. The coaching staff already has identified you as a top prospect, but the visit gives them an opportunity to judge your personality, lifestyle and character. Usually, coaches will make an effort to match recruits up with team members who have similar personalities and lifestyles. Be yourself, but remember, coaches are looking for young men and women who will be a positive asset to their university and team and who get along well with others. At some point during or after your visit, the coaches will probably ask your host about you, so always be courteous, positive and respectful.

Is there anything in particular that I should pay attention to while on my visit?

Make it a priority to get a good feel for the college as a whole. You need to evaluate the campus, the students, your prospective teammates and the coaches. Ask yourself, “Is this a place where I can see myself being comfortable and happy, for four years, even if I could not play my sport?”

Will I be offered a scholarship?

Sometimes coaches make offers during a visit, but this is not always the case. If a coach does not bring it up, it is okay to ask if you are being considered for a scholarship or if there are any academic scholarships you should look into.

Are student-athletes allowed to tryout or practice with the team?

As an NCAA rule, Division I and Division III schools do not allow tryouts. On an official or unofficial visit, you may participate in workouts that are not organized or observed by the coaching staff. Typically, the workout will be lead by the team’s captains and they must not be designed to test your athletic ability. Division II and NAIA schools are allowed to conduct one tryout, in the off-season of your sport, during your senior year.

Are there any times when visits are not allowed?

Yes. There are Dead Periods in which it is not permissible to make in-person recruiting contacts or evaluations on or off campus. Dead periods generally fall right before the signing periods.

Remember, coaches need to see how good you are before they’ll bring you on campus for a visit.

And for more, visit the NCAA web site for the official calendar

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Best Way to make an impact as a freshmen

Posted on September 5, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Football, NCAA Sports, Softball, Sports Business, Track and Field | Tags: , |

How to make an impact as a freshmen student-athlete?

August 11, 2016

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Q: What’s the best way to make an impact as a freshman in college?

Rule #1 – as an athlete, let your actions speak louder than your words! College coaches make a million promises during the recruiting process, understand it won’t be as easy for you as they’ve made it sound. There will be adjustments and tough times, but they brought you there for a reason and believe in you!

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#1- Have a great attitude, be someone that your teammates and coaches want to be around. Too many freshmen get frustrated and bitter too quickly over playing time issues – most often, even before pre-season camp is over. This is a process, enjoy the ride. Your freshman year will be over quick! It’s not about how quickly you start your career, but what you are able to accomplish over your entire career. Have a great attitude while developing during your first year as a collegiate athlete!

#2- Understand there are opportunities every day! Practice is your biggest opportunity, along with understanding the playbook, film review, position meetings. Learn the system and develop your position skills—and don’t feel overlooked if you aren’t starting or playing a ton of minutes (or at all) yet. Get an advantage with the Xs and Os. Learn to do things your head coach’s way! Rather focusing just on playing time and stats, focus on EVERY opportunity you have to showcase your skills.

#3- The film doesn’t lie, let it be a great reflection of your skills, speed and maturity. Coaches want how you behave on the sideline—be about business when at practice and meetings, even if you are on the sideline or third-string. Coaches watch everyone, all the time, and how you behave when you think they aren’t watching does play a role in their overall picture of your maturity.
#4- Do the dirty work others won’t. Rebounds, blocking, helping set the play up, etc. Players worry about stats, starts and how many touches they get—what can you do without the ball in your hand to help the team? Ask your coaches! If you aren’t playing, always have a positive energy on the sideline and be your team’s biggest cheerleader. There are always ways you can help your team—be a positive force any way that you can.

#5- The biggest problem for freshmen is time management. Be where you’re supposed to be, when you’re supposed to be there—and be there 5 minutes early. Being late for class, study hall, meetings, training room treatments, film, workouts and practice all likely result in punishment. Do what is asked of you the first time and being where you’re supposed to be can make things much smoother for you during your freshman year!

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2016-17 ACT/SAT Test Dates

Posted on September 1, 2016. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NCAA Sports, Softball, Track and Field, Volleyball | Tags: , |

SAVE THE DATES….

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Test Date:October 1, 2016 /// Deadline to Register: Sept. 1 (Late Registration: Sept. 20)

Test Date:November 5, 2016 /// Deadline to Register: Oct. 7 (Late Registration: Oct. 25)

Test Date:December 3, 2016 /// Deadline to Register: Nov. 3 (Late Registration: Nov. 22)

Test Date:January 21, 2017 /// Deadline to Register: Dec. 21 (Late Registration: Jan. 10)

Test Date:March 11, 2017 /// Deadline to Register: Feb. 10 (Late Registration: Feb. 28)

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Test Date:June 3, 2017 /// Deadline to Register: May 9 (Late Registration: May 24)

 

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Test Date:February 11, 2017 /// Deadline to Register: January 13th (Late Registration: Jan 20)

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NCAA Eligibility Information for Students with Disabilities

Posted on September 1, 2016. Filed under: Baseball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Football, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball, NCAA Sports | Tags: , , |

Eligibility Information for Student-Athletes with Documented Education-Impacting Disabilities

August 1, 2016

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Note: Students should complete their NCAA Eligibility Center registration prior to submitting their EID documentation. Please include your NCAA ID number, home address, telephone number, and high school graduation year on the EID cover sheet.

For academic eligibility purposes, the NCAA defines a disability as a current impairment that has a substantial educational impact on a student’s academic performance and requires accommodation. A student with an education-impacting disability (EID) must meet the same requirements as all other students, but may be provided certain accommodations to help meet those requirements. If you are a student with a diagnosed EID, you can choose to let the NCAA Eligibility Center know about your EID only if you plan on using additional core courses after high school graduation (and before initial full-time collegiate enrollment) and you plan on attending an NCAA Division I college or university. It is important to note that a student with a documented EID must still meet all NCAA initial-eligibility requirements to receive athletics aid, practice and compete in the initial year of full-time collegiate enrollment at an NCAA Division I or II institution.

For more information, visit NCAAEligibilityCenter.org. This information can be found on the 2016-17 NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student Athlete here.

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For Division I initial-eligibility purposes, based on the approval of the disability documentation submitted, you may use up to three additional core-course units completed after high school graduation and prior to full-time collegiate enrollment, provided you graduate on time within four consecutive academic years (eight semesters) with your class (as determined by the start of ninth grade).

Division II student-athletes may use unlimited core courses completed after the start of grade nine and prior to initial full-time collegiate enrollment.

Divisions I and II student-athletes with an EID may:
• Use courses for students with EIDs that are designated on the high school’s approved List of NCAA Courses.
• Take an ACT or SAT with accommodations to satisfy test-score requirements.

Documenting Your EID
In order to access the additional three core-course accommodation for Division I listed above, you must submit the following documentation by mail, fax or email using the contact information on the next page.
• Current, signed documentation of your diagnosis (including test data) and/or recommendations from the treating professional (e.g., medical doctor, clinical psychologist or other qualified individual); and
• Current copy of your Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Section 504 Plan. If the high school did not provide an IEP or 504 Plan, the high school must submit documentation describing the accommodations that were available for you or an explanation as to why accommodations were not provided.

NCAA Eligibility Center
EID Services
PO Box 7110
Indianapolis, IN 46207
Fax: 317/968-5100
Email: ec-processing@ncaa.org

If approved, you will be notified in writing and will be provided with additional information regarding what accommodations are available.

Please note that NCAA academic requirements are the same for all students, including students with a documented EID. For additional information, including a cover sheet and the “Buckley Statement,” which you may wish to complete to allow the NCAA Eligibility Center to speak to others about your EID status, please access the “Frequently Asked Questions for Students with Education-Impacting Disabilities” page.

SAT/ACT Exam with Accommodations
If you have a documented EID, you may also request to take an SAT or ACT exam with accommodations to satisfy test-score requirements. Follow these guidelines:
• Register for accommodations per the directions described by SAT or ACT.
• Follow procedures governed by SAT or ACT. The test may not be administered by a member of your high school athletics department or any NCAA school’s athletics department.
• If you take an SAT or ACT exam with accommodations, you may take the test on a date other than a national testing date, but you still must achieve the required test score.
• Your high school counselor can help you register to take an SAT or ACT exam with accommodations.

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