50 Players to Watch in the 2006 Girls age group, according to InStat scouts
Scouting and analytics platform InStat has provided SoccerWire with a list of players to watch from across the country, based on scouting reports for the 2006 Girls age group.
The list features 50 players whose game film is featured in the InStat database, with their performances evaluated by the platform’s team of highly qualified scouts. Selected players represent competitive youth leagues such as the ECNL, Girls Academy, Development Player League (DPL), ECNL Regional Leagues and US Club Soccer National Premier Leagues (NPL), as well as the high school level.
Occupying a key demographic of college soccer prospects, a majority of the 2006 age group will graduate high school in 2024, as they represent the next wave of player who will be eligible to verbally commit to NCAA programs. Others are members of the high school class of 2025, whose names will become increasingly on the radar of college coaches in the coming months.
The list is not a ranking of the age group’s top players, but simply a sampling of some intriguing talent for the 2006 group spread throughout various regions and competing across various leagues. InStat scouts personally evaluated each member of the list and identified positive traits that they believe could be utilized well at the next level.
Each player’s scouting reports linked below are abbreviated for public view. Verified college coaches are invited to complete a brief survey in order to receive InStat’s full PDF with extended scouting reports on each player. For more information, Click Here.
InStat’s Players to Watch – 2006 Girls
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