Become a Men’s All-American


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Boys’ High School All-Americans

Under Revision

Men’s Junior All-Americans

Formerly known as Men’s Under-20 (U20), the Men’s Junior All-Americans consists of the best rugby players in America under the age of 20. The MJAAs won the IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy in 2012 and finished the 2012 season undefeated in six matches.

Selection Process:
There are two ways players may be selected for the MJAAs. Regional scouts may recommend stand-out athletes to the MJAA coaches or college/club coaches may nominate a player by filling out the nomination form.

For more information regarding the team and selection process, please contact HSAA/MJAA Assistant Coach Michael Engelbrecht.

Men’s Collegiate All-Americans

The Men’s Collegiate All-Americans consists of the best college rugby players in America. 

Selection Process:
“The College All American selection process is based on recognition within a student-athlete’s conference first as voted on by coaches in that conference.  

From there, the High Performance coaches will review the All-conference selections for All-American nominees with conference commissioners and invite players to camp.  At camp, players will be selected based on current form, past performance, and potential.

Eligible Collegiate All-Americans are either American passport holders at any year or non-resident players that have completed at least two years of study and have either graduated in 2018 or are actively pursuing a degree. 

For questions regarding player nomination please contact your conference commissioner

Men’s Collegiate All-American Sevens

The selection process for the Mens Collegiate AA 7’s is two fold;

1) Player performance at major tournaments throughout the Collegiate 7’s season, in particular the USA Rugby Collegiate Championships and the Collegiate Rugby Championships.

2) Coach Recommendation with supporting information and film.

Eligible Collegiate All-Americans are either American passport holders at any year or non-resident players that have completed at least two years of study and have either graduated in 2018 or are actively pursuing a degree.