High school players are scouted on two things: talent and attitude. If you have mondo talent, you can get away with more attitude, but it's not recommended. If you have less talent, a good attitude can't hurt, but it may not help. As to talent, it depends on the position you play. Quarterbacks are scouted for arm strength, accuracy, natural talent, technicals, etc. Linebackers are scouted for size, speed, strength, wits, etc. Keep in mind that the position you play in high school may not be the position you are being scouted for, if any. Most times, scouts are looking at variables which can "mixed and matched." So, if you are a linebacker, and being scouted for the above qualities, those qualities may also fit the bill as a defensive end or even a fullback. As to attitude, keep it real. Be yourself, but don't be an idiot, either on or off the field. If you're being scouted, be assured that your extracurricular activities may also be scouted. While today's athletes seem to get away with debauchery, the end of that era seems to be approaching. Owners and fans are starting to demand the old-fashioned qualities of dignity and respect. So, if you're in high school and being scouted for college, play it safe. Keep the bad boy stuff to a minimum, and then celebrate when you get that scholarship!
You should start trying to get college scouts to look at you at around age 16. This is when you will be a prime target for the scouts.
They Can be seen by scouts and scouts are people who give scholarships
By college scouts
Scouts look at players coming into the draft and evaluate how good those players are and what they are good at and need to work on.
Yes , NBA scouts are everywhere. Even though SD does not have a team, NBA scouts will come to watch college and even high school players.
If referring to college scouts, middle school players have very little chance of being "scouted." College scouts focus their efforts on competetive tournaments in which under 16, 17, and 18 club teams participate.
where scouts lookusually, in state colleges like rutgers or Miami University but some do look in local colleges and a lot of division 1 and 2 scouts look there too.
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It is good because the students' talent can be recognized, and rewarded.
Alpha Phi Omega is considered the college level of the Boy Scouts of America. APO's principles came from the Scout Oath and the Scout Laws of the Boy Scouts of America. But the Boy Scouts of America does not control Alpha Phi Omega.
It is a day that scouts can earn up to 2 merit badges, depending on prerequisites. This is usually held within council or districts, and not by troops.
Just show them how good you play!
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To be honest, I don't believe this statistic has been studied.
Most college applications ask for things such as awards you have received and community service/volunteer work you have been involved in. Both of those things can be gained through Girl Scouts. Having been in Girl Scouts and earning the Gold Award can also make the difference when a college has several applicants to choose from. Girl Scouts really help when applying for scholarships, especially if you complete the Girl Scout Gold Award and if you do a lot of community service through Girl Scouts. There are many scholarships which are awarded based on community service. Also, there are scholarships based on having earned the Girl Scout Gold Award.
As in Boy Scouts or Girl scouts? Yes but their activities differ from scouts in the US.
Yes because it will look very good on your application to any college.
Employers and college scouts are able to find out a lot of information about people using the internet and social media. They can look through a person's online photos, read their personal blogs and tweets, and even find out about a person's friends and family.
4.51 40 yd. dash. That was his time when he ran for the scouts coming out of college.
If you are currently in college just play there and then NBA scouts will come and decide if you are the right material
If college scouts are looking for you. The average, or the speed that is around 14 seconds.