Lacrosse Recruiting Camp Guide

1 Recruiting Camp, a premier recruiting site for high school athletes and college coaches, recently posted a valuable camp guide on their blog. The guide highlights many well-known camps on the East Coast.

The format of each camp review is three-fold: a quick official summary, a testomonial or two, and’s overall opinion. Click here for the full article.

Camps included:

Blue Chip 225 (Bryant College, RI)

Elite 180 Lacrosse Camp (Keene State, NH)

Jake Reed’s Blue Chip (UMBC, MD)

New England Top 150 Lacrosse (Portsmouth Abbey, NH)

Peak 200 (Springfield, MD)

Showtime Recruiting: National Recruiting Showcase (WCSU, CT)

Texas 99 (TX)

Top 205 (College Park, MD/Towson, MD)

Chris Meade, CEO of, wrote the article and this is a must-read for any player who’s trying to reach the next level and needs to decide which camps to attend.

If you get a chance, drop a comment and less know which other camps you’d like to see reviewed. No doubt there are some West Coast camps out there worth attending.

A couple ideas from LacrosseAllStars: Adrenaline Shootout, University of Denver Lacrosse Camp, BYU Lacrosse Camp. These are three frequent stops for West Coast high school men’s lacrosse players.

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