The UAB prospect ID camp is specifically designed for players interested in playing soccer at the next level. UAB and other college programs will put the players through training sessions and matches that allow us to evaluate the player and instruct them on what it takes to play college soccer. If interested in being recruited to play soccer in college, these camps are a great way to get in front of a number of different schools and show your ability within the coach’s own environment.
|10:15 AM||Training 1|
|12:00 PM||Lunch- Collegiate Talk Q&A|
|1:30 PM||Training 2|
|4:00 PM||Closing Remarks|
The Grambling ID Soccer Camp is for aspiring female players who want to have exposure to the challenges of playing at the NCAA I level. In addition, it will provide an opportunity to experience some of the unique training and coaching methods implemented within the Grambling State Soccer program. The Staff will include GSU Head Coach Craig Roberts and his highly qualified coaching staff.
Saturday, March 5th, 2022
8:45am – 9:30am Check In @ Grambling Soccer Field
9:45am – 11:45am Session 1
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch and College Recruiting Presentation
1:00pm – 2:30pm Session 2
What To Bring: Lunch, Ball (with your name on it), Shin guards, cleats, indoor shoes, water bottle, and proof of Negative COVID test.
Contact: For additional questions contact Craig Roberts: 765-717-3864 or Robertscr@gram.edu
Refund Policy: No refund for cancellations made within 14 days of the camp date.
To register and pay by mail please send the application and payment to the address below:
Grambling State University
Att: Head Soccer Coach
GSU Box 4252
Grambling, LA 71245
Date: November 1st, 2020
LSU Eunice is holding a prospect camp for high school-age soccer players who feel they have the ability to play college soccer. Our 2019-2020 team that finished ranked #8 Nationally in the NJCAA featured 14 players from Louisiana High Schools.
If there are any unanswered questions feel free to contact us.
Cost: $50.00 Make Check Payable to Eunice FC (due upon arrival / no pre-registration)
Who: Any High School Player (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, or Senior)
Location: Bengals Soccer Complex | Eunice, LA | 2048 Johnson Hwy (western side of LSUE campus)
Schedule of Events:
1:00 PM Player Registration
1:30 PM Warm-Up
2:00 PM Technical Work
2:30 PM Small-Sided Games
3:00 PM 11v11 Matches
4:00 PM Cool Down/Wrap-Up*
Times can change due to the number of players involved.
More Information: If you should have any questions feel free to contact Men’s Head Coach Josh McReynolds email@example.com
From: Richard Rollins, BRSC Collegiate Coordinator
I want to send out important information to our membership about the important dates for the recruiting calendar for the upcoming academic year for colleges in relation to the times that coaches can speak to our athletes. I am also including in this document dates for the ACT and SAT for the upcoming calendar year as listed on their sites. We are just starting off the calendar year and we have two dates that have already opened as you can see.
Let’s start off with the college recruiting calendar for the 2021/22 calendar year;
June 15th, 2021: The first day coaches are allowed to talk to eligible rising high school juniors directly outside of on-campus clinics and camps (This is for Division I and II)
August 1st, 2021: The first day rising high school juniors are allowed to take official on-campus visits to interested schools for Division I. For Division II, the date for official on-campus visits is June 15th, 2021.
November 8th-11th, 2021: First recruiting dead period. Coaches can communicate with players remotely, but no in-person contact is allowed. This is for Division 1.
November 8th-10th, 2021: Only recruiting dead period for Division II. Same guidelines as Division I.
November 10th, 2021: First day high schools seniors can sign a National Letter of Intent (Division I and II)
December 10-12th, 2021 (Men’s Soccer): Second dead period for men’s soccer during the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships.
December 15, 2021-January 5th, 2022: Second dead period for women’s soccer during the winter break
December 23-25th, 2021: Quiet period during the holidays. Coaches cannot communicate with players in-person off-campus, but can host official visits for students during this time.
August 1st, 2022: Last day for rising college freshmen to sign a National Letter of Intent.
For Division I and II athletes recruiting ends the minute you sign a National Letter of Intent to attend an institution. It is the player’s responsibility to inform coaches from other institutions that have had interest that they have signed this document.
Division III and the NAIA have different guidelines for recruitment. There are no dead periods or quiet periods and athletes can be contacted anytime during their High School career. In Division III students cannot take on-campus official recruiting visits until after January 1st of a recruits Junior season, which is the only rule more restrictive than Division I or II.
This next section will talk about the dates for SAT/ACT testing. This is an important piece of eligibility for your athlete and will also affect scholarship money that institutions of high learning can give to your student-athlete.
SAT testing dates in Louisiana
Test Date Registration deadline Late Online/phone reg. deadline
August 28th, 2021 July 30th, 2021 August 17th, 2021
October 2nd, 2021 September 3rd, 2021 September 21st, 2021
November 6th, 2021 October 6th, 2021 October 26th, 2021
December 4th, 2021 November 4th, 2021 November 23rd, 2021
March 12th, 2022 February 11, 2022, March 1st, 2022
May 7th, 2022 April 7th, 2022 April 26, 2022
June 4th, 2022 May 5th, 2022 May 25th, 2022
ACT testing dates in Louisiana
Test Date Registration deadline Late registration deadline
September 11th, 2021 August 6th, 2021 August 20th, 2021
October 23rd, 2021 September 17th, 2021 October 1st, 2021
December 11th, 2021 November 5th, 2021 November 19th, 2021
February 12th, 2022 January 7th, 2022 January 21st, 2022
April 2nd, 2022 February 25th, 2022 March 11th, 2022
June 11th, 2022 May 6th, 2022 May 20th, 2022
July 16th, 2022 June 17th, 2022 June 24th, 2022
I hope that you have found this helpful in planning your student-athletes journey to playing at the next level. We are always here to help you along with any information that you need to facilitate helping your student-athlete in the recruiting process. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call our office, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will help you in any way I can. All the best and look forward to hearing from you.
Good day to our BRSC players and parents. As I continue to assist some of our Juniors with the recruiting and collegiate process, I am acutely aware that this topic is not at the top of many priority lists during this pandemic. However, with the changing climate of collegiate athletics as a result of this pandemic both in terms of programs that are available and the financial backing some of these programs will lose, it’s important to set our players up for success. Here are some of the things that will be beneficial to your player’s collegiate aspirations during this time:
First, if you have not already signed up at NCAA.org with the NCAA Eligibility Center, I encourage you to do so at this time. Depending on the level of school you are looking for you will be asked to pay a fee for use for Division 1 and 2, or make a profile. If you are looking at having your child attend a Division 1 or 2 level program, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the Eligibility Center and the website. The website gives you all the information needed to get a sense of what the NCAA requires for your student/athlete to be able to play the Division 1 and 2 level in their freshman year.
Secondly, put together a resume for coaches/institutions of interest to you. This resume should have soccer accomplishments, contact information, academic achievements, references, etc. If a college/university is not speaking with your child at this time, it’s important to advocate for yourself at the schools you are seeking to attend. A word of caution here, do your homework on your programs of interest. It is essential to have a realistic view if your student/athlete is capable of playing at the level of the program.
Finally, and most importantly, take advantage of club resources. As the collegiate coordinator for BRSC, it’s part of my job to advocate for your student/athlete in their effort to play at the collegiate level. In my role in the club, I will do research on potential schools your child would like to attend and speak with you about realistic opportunities that are available for your child.
My experiences cover all levels of the NCAA as well as NAIA schools. There are many options for your student/athlete and part of what we provide here at BRSC is the ability to research and find the best options for your student-athlete. My email at BRSC is email@example.com. I look forward to assisting our athletes and parents through this process. Please email me and I will get back to you quickly to help you find the best options for your student/athlete.
All the best,