College Soccer Prospect,
If one of your goals is to play soccer in college, the College Soccer Prospect Camp for boys presents a great opportunity. The camp will be held June 23-27 from 9:00-3:00 at CEDA Complex, 6112 Rex Road, Holly Spring, NC 27540.
The two following reasons make this the best value for players interested in playing college soccer:
· We limit the camp enrollment in quantity and quality. Only players with the goal of playing college soccer are admitted. With all players having the same goal, the field sessions are at a high level. Quality coaching + motivated high level players = player development.
· You will work under and be seen by ten college coaches throughout the week. Each coach is coming to the camp to identify soccer players. You can talk to each coach. If you are not interested in the school, you can use the coach as a reference with other schools. Two college coaches each day work with all of the players.
The following men’s schools will be at the CEDA Complex camp:
Men's CSP Coaches are from the following schools:
Women's CSP Coaches are from the following schools:
Many of the rising senior that attended the camp last year will be playing college soccer due to attending this camp. Some will be playing at schools that had a coach at the camp, while others used coaches at the camp as references to other schools. The underclass players that attended the camp report they are doing well in their college search. We expect even more players to benefit from the attending the camp this year, as we have added Matt Smith as an advisor to the players. Matt will help players throughout the year is their search to play college soccer.
Registration and more information HERE:
Here is what some of the college coaches had to say about the camp:
“Excellent! The future of college soccer recruiting…” – Leo Weil, Head Coach Johns Hopkins University
“Fantastic” “excellent” “tough” “best training environment ever” “first class”
“Excellent way for me to work with players interested in UPenn… (CollegeSoccerProspect) very professional, great at player development and evaluation… I loved that I could push the players in training.”– Pete Pososki, University of Pennsylvania