By college scouts
Because middle school games mean absolutly nothing to them. Once your in highschool they may come to look at you but really all the scouts flock to the club soccer tournaments that contain high profile players. They want the best and fully developed player not a still growing and learning player. Because that would be a complete waste of time 99.99% of the time
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.
It is not mandatory, but it definitely increases your chances of getting noticed by scouts.
NFL teams send scouts to college and high school games to look for good players. Players can also participate in the yearly draft.
You first have to do really well, and that way you will get noticed by scouts and such.
Coachs get their players through scouts. Scouts go out to collage games and watch for the players that would do good on their teams. they also watch tey videos
A person will most likely have to play is school in order to be seen by professional volleyball scouts. This includes playing in middle school and high school.
While in high school potential football players can be noticed by scouts and agents by doing a number of things. First on the list is to go to camps where the agents or scouts will tend to be. Talk to them. Video tapes of personal plays are a great way to show skills. Keep grades as high as possible. Someone with high grades and great athletic skills are potential candidates for a bursary or a scholarship.
yea scouts are everywhere. especially high school years. Remember to give 100% where ever you play in your backyard, practice, local park, and games, you never know who's watching.
Scouts move to Boy Scouts in the middle of their 5th grade year or when 11 years old.
62.5% i dont know the formula