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Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Either way you'll look back at the end result and say, we could have done that ourselves and saved the money.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

We use NCSA and like it. Once its paid you still use it indefinitely. You have an advisor that you can call and email. He has set up my son a few times with coaches and teams. Web site has a wealth of information. They have done video's and helped me post them in appropriate sites. I think you get your money's worth with them. My opinion.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

I'm sorry, by NCSA's marketing comes across as scam-a-rama. My kid had to sign up for a team app for his new tea, and that generated his being "interested" in NCSA. But, they aren't following up with him, they're following up - daily - with me.

Here's what they wrote today:

Because a parent's support is so crucial to young student-athletes' success, they really can't start the recruiting process without confirmation that you support their goal of competing on a college Men's Ice Hockey team. Just click the button below to confirm.


Translation: We need YOU to click on the button because we need YOUR credit card information. If you opt out, we will fill your Inbox with spam.

Seems like a site that preys on people that don't know how to make connections on their own whose kids play in leagues that aren't scouted.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Ok, disclosure, my son is only in 8th grade, but my daughter is a Softball player entering 10th. For her, I did not use NCSA, I signed up the bare minimum on NCSA site to get the articles and such, but use her team's recruiting services to put together her video and recruitment package.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

NCSA can be used as a tool to get in a coaches ear and to find a college that fits your son/daughter. It can also help in reaching out to Jr Teams. My oldest played in the USPHL, we used NCSA and he is now playing D1 at a school we hadn't even considered. The coach found him in a search, my son sent an email and film, they invited him to a game and the rest is history. It was all done through NCSA.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

anon
Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.
And, it is actually possible that parents do what they do so their kid can live his OWN dream. Just because you're drinking your kid's college fund away at the VFW doesn't mean other dads aren't in a position to help "work the process" so their kid can achieve what they want out of their lives, be it sports or anything else.

And you're 1,000% wrong about USPHL or ECEL not being able to lead to college hockey. Which is most kids' immediate dream.

Now, get back to work. That gravel isn't going to load itself into the truck.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Anon
anon
Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.
And, it is actually possible that parents do what they do so their kid can live his OWN dream. Just because you're drinking your kid's college fund away at the VFW doesn't mean other dads aren't in a position to help "work the process" so their kid can achieve what they want out of their lives, be it sports or anything else.

And you're 1,000% wrong about USPHL or ECEL not being able to lead to college hockey. Which is most kids' immediate dream.

Now, get back to work. That gravel isn't going to load itself into the truck.
He’s not going anywhere, $1.50 drafts at the VFW until 6PM, then he stumbles home and verbally liquid courages his kids about what they are doing wrong.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Hiccup
Anon
anon
Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.
And, it is actually possible that parents do what they do so their kid can live his OWN dream. Just because you\'re drinking your kid\'s college fund away at the VFW doesn\'t mean other dads aren\'t in a position to help \"work the process\" so their kid can achieve what they want out of their lives, be it sports or anything else.

And you\'re 1,000% wrong about USPHL or ECEL not being able to lead to college hockey. Which is most kids\' immediate dream.

Now, get back to work. That gravel isn\'t going to load itself into the truck.
He’s not going anywhere, $1.50 drafts at the VFW until 6PM, then he stumbles home and verbally liquid courages his kids about what they are doing wrong.
What’s your obsession with the VFW?

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Anon
Hiccup
Anon
anon
Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.
And, it is actually possible that parents do what they do so their kid can live his OWN dream. Just because you\\\'re drinking your kid\\\'s college fund away at the VFW doesn\\\'t mean other dads aren\\\'t in a position to help \\\"work the process\\\" so their kid can achieve what they want out of their lives, be it sports or anything else.

And you\\\'re 1,000% wrong about USPHL or ECEL not being able to lead to college hockey. Which is most kids\\\' immediate dream.

Now, get back to work. That gravel isn\\\'t going to load itself into the truck.
He’s not going anywhere, $1.50 drafts at the VFW until 6PM, then he stumbles home and verbally liquid courages his kids about what they are doing wrong.
What’s your obsession with the VFW?
It's called a metaphor.

Re: NCSA vs Family Advisor

Anon
Anon
Hiccup
Anon
anon
Anon
Just stop. Living. Through. Your kid!

Unless the Orr group or USNTDP reps are reaching out to you, you are wasting your money.

Kids playing on USPHL, ECEL or other crappy Bantam or Midget teams aren’t going anywhere special and certainly won’t see value from giving a fake drunk agent money. It’s a scam.

Morons.
What do you know about the Orr group? You throw their name around like you have ever had a conversation with someone there. Not happening? As for USNTDP, if you got the cash, you can get some good invites.
And, it is actually possible that parents do what they do so their kid can live his OWN dream. Just because you\\\\\\'re drinking your kid\\\\\\'s college fund away at the VFW doesn\\\\\\'t mean other dads aren\\\\\\'t in a position to help \\\\\\"work the process\\\\\\" so their kid can achieve what they want out of their lives, be it sports or anything else.

And you\\\\\\'re 1,000% wrong about USPHL or ECEL not being able to lead to college hockey. Which is most kids\\\\\\' immediate dream.

Now, get back to work. That gravel isn\\\\\\'t going to load itself into the truck.
He’s not going anywhere, $1.50 drafts at the VFW until 6PM, then he stumbles home and verbally liquid courages his kids about what they are doing wrong.
What’s your obsession with the VFW?
It's called a metaphor.
And he learned that from the SAT Prep class he took through NCSA!