The IL experience was a money grab at it’s finest. The girls were already graded based on the schools that they committed to play for and continue their education. The event was very expensive for a one day clinic. The “coaching “ was not good. The Syracuse girls who were coaches were disinterested. I would not recommend this event to any girls going forward it is not worth your time or money.
The only “grade” that matters is the grade that college coaches give. What coaches made offers and what was the offer? That will tell you where your daughter ranks. Did Top 10 caliber programs offer? What was the offer?
It’s always the same, parents complain about events, tournaments, recruit rankings, all-star teams etc… Just look at the schools that make offers and what they offer, that will tell you where the player ranks.
What actually matters is what they do when they get on campus. If they can’t contribute they will become a distant memory. If they can than they may get some real accolades.
No, with rosters of 40 obviously not every player is going to see meaningful playing time. There are many players at Top 10 programs that will not see much time but would be starters and standouts at just about all other programs.