A few things:
1) If NASAT doesn't get five more registrations in the next three weeks, the event is off (per Jacob O'Rourke's post on HSQB.) I'm not the captain of this ship, and I'm not interested in doing anything to help the Team Ohio cause other than being willing to read for tryouts, but given how slowly this process has moved (this really is not anyone's fault, though) it is probably in the best interest of Team Ohio to wait and see if this event is even going to happen before assembling a team.
2) Can we consider in-person tryouts and not Skype? One Saturday, over a few rounds, can knock out what is otherwise necessary to be done over a few school nights. If you play spring sports, then school night tryouts over Skype could be prohibitive. I'm assuming Team Ohio would have probably until, like, late April to figure out a team.
3) Are people legitimately interested in doing this event? Right now,the field is Nevada; Georgia; Maryland A, Maryland B, and Maryland C. If the event field ends up being only a couple different states and a handful of B and C teams, then does that still appeal to the participants from Team Ohio?
William V. Fisher Catholic '14
Ohio Wesleyan '18