LacrosseRecruits.com recently held their 2nd Annual CT Super Sophs event to cap off a busy summer of over 20 recruiting showcases, camps and tournaments. Check out the video below to see what it was all about. Due to so many requests, the team at LacrosseRecruits.com also decided to put some of their Super Sophs jerseys […]
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Photos and observations from last week’s Showtime Camp in Danbury, CT.
Highlight tape out of San Ramon Valley high school in Danville, CA.
The University of Arizona’s 2010-2011 recruiting list consists of players from New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona and California.
The game of lacrosse is growing all over the United States at a rapid pace, and nowhere is this more evident than in the sports mad state of California. Let’s take a look at what else is going on out West, shall we?
Mr. Gaudet snagged a great interview about recruiting with former DU Head Coach Jamie Munro! Plus news & notes.
Your LaxAllStars Founders sat down to catch up on the newest developments on the site and chat with friend / recruiting guru Chris Meade (Co-Founder, LacrosseRecruits.com).
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Idaho high school goalie Michael Baker gives LAS the rundown on being the his State’s first ever Men’s Division 1 lacrosse commitment, how he was recruited from a small market, and of course…flow.
After covering the recent CT SuperSophs recruiting showcase, I had a million questions running through my mind regarding lacrosse recruiting. I figured the best person to talk to was Chris Meade, my former teammate at Wesleyan University and Co-Founder of Lacrosse Recruits.
(Editors note: This recruiting article was written by Chris Meade, Co-founder of LacrosseRecruits.com and our go-to guru of the recruiting process.) It is this simple: quality game video will be one of the most important resources to get the majority of players recruited.