Becoming one of the most prominent tournaments in the summer, NHSLS has turned into one of the best ways to see how a player fits into a system for their high school team. While there are loads of viable options to see the country’s best players in one location, it’s gotten to the point where just about every Division I staff makes it a point to come to Blandair Park and Oakland Mills HS for at least a session of NHSLS. Continue reading
For the second weekend in a row, Baltimore Summer Kickoff took place down in Maryland and attracted over 125 college coaches to the St. Paul’s Schools. Hosted by the High Point staff, BSK has long acted as one of the hotter tournaments for college coaches from all divisions looking for talent from both established hotbeds and non-traditional areas. We were there once again after covering last week’s event and took a look at the best players in attendance.
Started by MIAA coaches back in 2013, the National High School Lacrosse Showcase has quickly turned into one of the most popular recruiting events of the summer, comprised of entire high school teams from around the country.
This year, ‘Flyers’ from Long Island power Chaminade took home the crown in Session I, while St. Paul’s, Loyola Blakefield and Gilman rounded out the final four teams standing. Recruiting Rundown summer intern Tal Bruno was on hand for most of Saturday and has his eight standouts from the event. Continue reading
The Under Armour Underclass Games act as the most anticipated event of the summer, drawing the sport’s elite players at the high school level and pitting them against each other in a battle of regions. The event split into two for the first time: Command Division for ’19s and ’20s and the Highlight Division for ’17s and ’18s. Summer contributor Tal Bruno was there focusing on the younger guys and has provided a look at the top uncommitted players. Check back this week for more coverage from UA.
Taking over the St. Paul’s Schools for much of June, High Point coaches Jon Torpey and Pat Tracy once again hosted a multitude of teams from all over for Session II of the Baltimore Summer Kickoff. All-Star Games took place on Saturday evening (rosters viewable here), wrapping up a day in which close to 100 college coaches stopped by to eyeball the uncommitted talent.
RR contributor Tal Bruno took in the action in its entirety on Saturday, providing a look at 10 of the prospects that showcased well over the course of the day. For his standouts from the first session (with a look at 2020’s from TJ Oursler), check out last week’s piece here.