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Chris Meade | @lacrosserecruit
This is a guest post from Chris Meade, co-founder of LacrosseRecruits.com. Visit LRNews for more content on the realities of recruiting.
Over the past few years, competition for spots in top camps and showcases has pushed the registration process earlier and earlier. The result? An overwhelming number of anxiety-ridden phone calls from parents to our offices.
I am here to tell you not to fret. Everything will be OK. You have options.
Most players — likely including your son or daughter — will not play Division I lacrosse after high school. You don’t necessarily need to get into an elite camp to play Division II, Division III or club lacrosse.
Here are four questions to consider as a family when choosing a camp or showcase for your prospect.
A version of this article appeared in the October 2012 issue of Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse. Don't get the mag? Join US Lacrosse and its 400,000-plus members today to start your subscription.
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