“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
The coaches in attendance will be a combination of NCAA Division I, II and III coaches who are working with CollegeSoccerProspect.com. Recently represented Colleges and Universities and some new ones for 2014 are listed on the right.
We guarantee an excellent level of coaches at all locations. Remember, these coaches are looking for players and will put the participants through very competitive training situations.
“Excellent! The future of college soccer recruiting…” – Leo Weil, Head Coach Johns Hopkins University 2014 NCAA Final 4 Participants
The College Soccer Prospect Approach
Through the course of the week each player will be trained by and be assessed by ten different college coaches. Players will complete an online player bio at registration that is provided to the coaches prior to camp beginning, including the number the player will be wearing at camp.
Lectures on NCAA Rules, recruiting, academics, college life, the student-athlete experience and college soccer will be given each day during the lunch hour. Each coach will also present information on their university on topics such as:
- Realistic Academic demands
- NCAA Rules
- Soccer’s demand on the student athlete
- Socialization in college
- Student Life
A very limited number of players (only 40 boys and 40 girls) with the goal of playing collegiate soccer, combined with college coaches, will create a challenging environment that fosters player development.
“Excellent, fantastic, loved it and I look forward to working with Matt Smith again… first class.” - Todd West, American University Men’s Coach and US Regional Coach
“I thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from my time with College Soccer Prospect… it gave the players a unique experience and contact with college coaches. This could be the future of college soccer recruiting.” - Matt Garrett, Gettysburg College Women’s Soccer Coach
- 9:00-9:20 Introduction and Warm Up
- 9:20-10:00 Skill Work
- 10:00-11:00 Group Training
- 11:00-12:00 Small Sided Games
- 12:00-1:00 Lunch/Lecture
- 1:00-3:00 Game situations and match play evaluation
- **College coaches run all training**
(Goalkeepers will be brought in each afternoon for the match play portion of the day)
College Identification: College coaches are coming to the camp to find players. These college coaches will be able to see the ability, work rate, and character of each player. College coaches love our format as it focuses a group of players for evaluation in a day format. COLLEGE COACHES LOVE THE CollegeSoccerProspect.com FORMAT!
Reference Building: As each college coach will know each player by the end of the camp, players can ask to use the college coaches as a reference throughout their college search. In addition, the camp directors will serve as a guide and reference for players and parents in the college recruiting process once the College Soccer Prospect camp ends.
Fee: $395 per week long session