The death of high school soccer? Perhaps, but that may not be a bad thing.
Soccer is different from other American sports. No one in American football has to worry about falling behind the curve because other countries are taking nine-year-olds into professional development in that sport. Also the maturity level needed is very different. As a contact sport, the NFL doesn't really have teen phenoms. Who wants to clobber a Messi-type of talent with a full-body tackle when his bones are still forming?
On the other hand, in the U.S. does a Messi-style soccer talent progress faster get to where he wants to go if he plays high school soccer? Or is he better off (barring traveling to a different country) taking the best competitive environment his country does offer?