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What are the top HS programs in NH looking toward 2020 season?
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2658130]What are the top HS programs in NH looking toward 2020 season?[/QUOTE]

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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2658130]What are the top HS programs in NH looking toward 2020 season?[/QUOTE]

So strange to me since HS is about who lives in the town and not something that attracts talent? So it’s weird to talk about the “best program”. Makes no sense. There are always 5-7 players that go D1 In college in NH and they are spread out.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2658534]So strange to me since HS is about who lives in the town and not something that attracts talent? So it’s weird to talk about the “best program”.[/QUOTE]

I don't think it's necessarily a weird discussion. Yes, High Schools are driven by who lives in the catchment area and how big the school is, but High School team success is also driven by coaching, attracting athletes to the soccer program instead of other programs, and player development in between High School soccer seasons.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2658700]I don't think it's necessarily a weird discussion. Yes, High Schools are driven by who lives in the catchment area and how big the school is, but High School team success is also driven by coaching, attracting athletes to the soccer program instead of other programs, and player development in between High School soccer seasons.[/QUOTE]

Really? The biggest player pools (biggest schools) schools, affluence of the town (or area of private school) and location near big soccer programs is what will predict success.
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Isn't Exeter the team to beat?

Their top player (left Seacoast to go to FC Stars) will be a senior and just committed to a full ride.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2659443]Isn't Exeter the team to beat?

Their top player (left Seacoast to go to FC Stars) will be a senior and just committed to a full ride.[/QUOTE]

“Full ride”, yeah okay. To where?
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2659718]“Full ride”, yeah okay. To where?[/QUOTE]

While “full ride” may be a bit of a stretch, NH players are getting into D1 programs more and more
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2659800]While “full ride” may be a bit of a stretch, NH players are getting into D1 programs more and more[/QUOTE]

Totally agree. The “full ride” statement is ignorant and 100% false. Even top soccer schools (Stanford, UNC) hand out 1-2 100% scholarships and that’s for 1 year with NO guarantees for second year and the rest are split. A really really good player will expect to get 50-60% (over the 4 years) at a D1 school and the average is 20-30%. Again this is over 4 years so a typical percentage offer would be 15-20% first year and second year then 20-30% for junior and senior year. A really good player would get like 30,50,50,75%. I doubt many NH players get that offer.
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