Ratings Guide

AVSR Global recruits typically are veteran, six-rotation players ready to play in mid-Division I or higher.  Some can thrive for top-25 Division I teams.  Most are better suited for mid-level programs.  Over the years, several have starred for NAIA and junior college teams.

Above all, AVSR Global is defined by its accuracy.  Critical, in-depth reports always are the rule.  Comprehensive player profiles feature precise details about each recruit.  Ratings are realistic.

A two-part rating identifies each recruit at a glance.  A number-and-letter grade sums up the athlete’s future and current levels of play.  Most often, AVSR Global recruits are rated at the 2A or 3A level.

Collegiate Rating:Projected Level of Play

Level 1:Can play for a top-20 Division I team.
Level 2:Can play in the top quarter of Division I.
Level 3:Can play for an upper/mid-Division I team.
Level 4:Can play for a lower/mid-Division I team.

Current Level of Skills and Court Sophistication

Level A:Elite player with expert skills and game mastery.
Level B:Accomplished player with advanced skills and experience.
Level C:Developing player with moderate skills and experience.

AVSR Global recruits have competed in 37 conferences in the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA. To see who’s playing now on American teams, and to see the history of AVSR Global recruits, click here.