U.S. National Team Program

Development, training, and try-out opportunities for middle school

TAKE YOUR GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL

The U.S. National Team program features options designed to align with an athlete’s goals and development.

With multiple entry points into the U.S. National Team program, our events are focused on helping every middle school player no matter their level of play.

Whether they are looking to refine their skills for high school ball or wanting to try-out and play for their country, our program helps atheletes start the path to excellence.

Development
Competition

Middle School Showcase

1-day, Non-Contact Try-Out

Serves as one of two entry points in the National Team Program

  • Designed for current 6th-8th graders
  • Led by top high school, NCAA and NFL coaches
  • Features 1-on-1, 7-on-7 and group drills
  • Opportunity for players to tryout to compete on the U.S. National Team

Players who attend the Middle School Showcase who are looking for a more in-depth development can also attend a Regional in their area.

U.S. National Team Regionals

2-day, Non-Contact Try-Out

Serves as the second of two entry point options in the National Team Program

  • Designed for current 6th-8th graders
  • Led by top high school, NCAA and NFL coaches
  • Features 1-on-1, 7-on-7 and group drills
  • Smaller coach to player ratio than Showcase event
  • Opportunity for players to tryout to compete on the U.S. National Team

Middle School Bowl Games Series

5-day, Contact Competition

Athletes who try out at a Middle School Showcase, Regional event or both are eligible to be invited and compete on the U.S. National Team in the Middle School Bowl Games Series and other international competitions.

  • Invite only
  • Teams are made up of the best middle school athletes from across the country
  • The 2018 Bowl Games will be held in July at two locations - Canton, OH and Arlington, TX

There will be three games played at each location on gameday, each based on grade level.

Heading into your Freshman Year?

The U.S. National Team’s High School program includes even more skill development opportunities and try-out options for student athletes.