Superstar, Express North, Chargers all of have kids going to some of the best programs in the country- Hopkins Syracuse, Maryland etc.
None of these programs compare to a program like Sweetlax. Even combined they don't match Sweetlax, maybe that's an indictment of Westchester lacrosse more than the club programs abilities to place kids.
Is anyone developing players anymore or is it all about getting them seen?
Short answer...NO. Club programs teach split dodge, shoot for middies and attack is same. Get hands free and shoot--they don't teach how to play the game. They teach how to be seen in a prospect day environment, IMO, not one in the same.