Well Jupiter is the real deal..it isn't a sham at all. We attended 2 years ago not with the UA team but my son was recruited by a team out of Tennessee to play (One of the Orge brothers). We were invited so he could get looked at by a scout from the Rockies. At that point he hadn't comitted to a school (Subsequently we had some things happen that precluded D-1 ball). He was also invited to play for Under Amour, we turned it down (We had already dropped some considerable money with another team and felt he didn't need the exposure. 3k a whole bunch for 1 tourney.
The process is this, grades/SAT/ACT are paramount without them you cannot make the choices you'd like, next, school, choose a school that fits your son, does the team have the need and what are the requirements for that school and that team. It's why multiple schools are recommended to give the ability to adjust. For example The University of Florida, a big name D-1 program, they won't talk to you at all unless your grades and SAT are like better than and 1500, so talent gets you somewhere but grades open the door. It is essential to not waste time looking where you cannot go. Next the coach and program, at The University of North Florida Dusty Rhodes is an outstanding coach with a great program, but he is a stickler for discipline (He's not a drill sargent, he's a very quiet man but he won't tell a kid twice..pay attention do your job or find another school) and conditioning, if your son isn't someone who can dedicate himself to everyday workouts at 5 AM then he won't thrive.
I think the biggest thing that many parents miss is that D-1 scholarships don't cover spit, so you better have the finacial wear-with-all to pay some really high tuition and housing costs. My son was given a full ride with a State College (Used to be called a Community College here in Florida but now they offer a 4 year degree so they are now all State Colleges). It covered everything including books and room (Well we had to pay I think $180 per month additional). So that is a consideration also. If you don't have the money then start now looking into student loans and grants.
So don't get too caught up with a name "I have to go to Duke, or Cal State or Texas" unless that is within the grade and cash criteria I've mentioned. I advise folks to fit the kid, playing at a high level post high school is great but the majority won't get drafted so get him a great education doing what he likes is also a really sound piece of wisdom.
Good luck, GET STARTED!!!! It is a blink of an eye and on you before you know it. Congrats on his being recognized by an elite team.