Following a long layoff, our 2012 Boys Top 100 Boys receives its final update. See who made the cut." />
After a months-long layoff to reconfigure and examine the entire player pool, the Players To Watch Top 100 player rankings are back for the 2012 Boys Top 100 class.
The rankings are made after an examination of national and regional honors among players in the top competitive leagues in the country, as well as selections to youth national teams and other top honors awarded across the nation. Further investigation includes the consulting of coaches at various levels throughout the country.
After February updates of national 2012 and 2013 rankings for Boys and Girls soccer (over the next 3 weeks), the rankings will expand to four age groups, 2013 through 2016 (both genders), with the top 150 being selected for each. The work on these rankings has been going on for some time and will begin being released in March. Each of the top 150 lists will be updated quarterly. Regional lists will from this point be shorter reflections of the national list only, with minimal additional players added.
So we hope you enjoy the rankings and somehow manage to remember, it’s impossible to get complete agreement on so massive a task as to ranking all players in high school age groups nationwide. If you have a different opinion, you are certainly entitled, but please don’t think of this as life and death stuff – we don’t.
See the updated Boys 2012 Top 100 rankings here.