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New High School Prep Super League set to start in April with players getting paid NIL money

New High School Prep Super League set to start in April with players getting paid NIL money

The Prep Super League or PSL is getting ready to kick off soon.

According to the ON3 network, the new 11 on 11 high school football league will kick off on April 27th, 2024.

Brian Woods the founder of the Spring Football League, and the man responsible for kicking off the USFL announced the debut would kick off next month.

Woods anticipates 400 players to participate across 12 teams with three divisions. His goal is to expand to 16 to 30 teams eventually.

Woods said plans are for teams to be in Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New Jersey, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, San Diego, San Francisco and Tampa.

“I’ve been very encouraged by the number of four and five-star kids,” he recently told On3. “We’re up around 100 four and five-stars that have committed to play in it, and some of these kids are legitimate. They are some of the best kids in the country. Granted, we’re not everywhere where these kids are. Arguably, right now, the best recruit is (five-star quarterback) Bryce Underwood up in Michigan.

“We are in discussions with some of these out-of-market players, especially quarterbacks, about getting them involved. What we think could be an interesting spin, for instance, with, Bryce Underwood, we’d love to be able to get him into the Prep Super League, and then assign him to our New Orleans team because he’s committed to LSU.”

Woods has been looking for FBS coaches and former NFL coaches to lead the powerhouse teams.

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