Prospect Experience HQ
The PrimeTime Prospect Experience is a hybrid development camp and showcase that provides future NCAA Lacrosse student athletes exposure to both the Division I, II, and III coaches that serve as program instructional staff, as well as NCAA coaches that will be on site recruiting. Additionally, access to a live stream of all game sessions is available to NCAA recruiters and parents.
The prospect experience is just that — a hands on opportunity to learn what it means to be a NCAA student-athlete. Field sessions will be led by current NCAA lacrosse coaches with a focus on allowing athletes to learn the same concepts that these coaches are implementing in their own, in-season practices.
Curriculum is designed not only to provide prospects the opportunity to learn from and showcase their talents in front of NCAA coaches, but to prepare prospects for success off the field as an NCAA lacrosse student athlete.
Breakout sessions featuring team building, mobility and recovery training, nutrition, time management as well as navigating the recruiting and college application process.
Players are assigned a team at the beginning of camp that will be assigned an NCAA coaching staff and compete against other camp teams during filmed, evening games that are attended by NCAA Recruiters.
All players must be recommended for this program prior to registration, please use the tabs below to recommend a player or request a recommendation. Once your recommendation is approved, you will receive a registration link via email.
The following schools will serve as coaches and instructors at the 2019 event. More schools added weekly, this does NOT include the dozens of schools who will be on site recruiting: Williams College, Middlebury College, Amherst College, Wesleyan University, Ohio Wesleyan University, UMass-Boston, Post University, Princeton University, Bryant University, Sacred Heart University, Canisius College, Monmouth University
Per NCAA rules this event is open to all participants, limited only by gender, age, and program capacity.