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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.


too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


Its comments like these that I find just silly. I am willing to bet that 99% of boys who play lacrosse are not thinking NLL, PLL or MLL or any other iteration of an "LL". As most of would agree, college lacrosse is bigger than professional lacrosse and that is the goal. These boys understand that there is no $$ in the traditional sense (professional sports) however there is a path to top universities whether its the Ivys in D1 or VA or Duke etc . . or D3 NESCAC etc . . . Assuming the boys correctly use this path they then quite often have an alumni base to tap into at top universities for getting jobs in the real word. Playing lax at a high level (D1 OR D3) can get them a leg up in interviews or jobs. My brother-in-law, who is a high up executive at a top financial institution tells me very regularly how many lacrosse, swimming, wrestling etc hires that his company makes every year. He tells me that the collegiate athletes at top institutions get looked at before others. While the Lizards or Waterdogs of the MLL and PLL will potentially be a bridge for top athletes for a couple of years, the majority will take their degree from top academic institutions that they got into BECAUSE OF LACROSSE and will do great things.


Not everyone wants to work at a top financial firm. More top level jobs go to the college kids with highest academics. Frankly most jobs could care less if you played lacrosse. And if you go into the tech world where most jobs will come from one day, Lacrosse with a Communication degree just doesnt mean much.

My point is that it is better to go the smart route for the majority to get into a college and or a internship/job then rely on lacrosse . Even tho lacrosse is a way for some.

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.


too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.

too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.


Easy there Big Dads ! I am glad there is lacrosse, where else is is there to go for a majority of players that cant play D1 college Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey but want to be a D1 athlete ? ,,,,, rowing ?? Come on !

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.


too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


Or maybe the kid loves lacrosse more than football, soccer, basketball or baseball (which is like watching paint dry, by the way).

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.

too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.


Easy there Big Dads ! I am glad there is lacrosse, where else is is there to go for a majority of players that cant play D1 college Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey but want to be a D1 athlete ? ,,,,, rowing ?? Come on !


Plenty of lacrosse players play multiple sports and are good at both. Many lacrosse players walked away from Baseball because it’s a boring game. Many walk away from football because it’s an injury prone sport. Not because they can’t play the sport at a high level. Prime example is the kid that just committed to Clemson to play FB.

It’s ok if your boy can’t play D1 lacrosse but if you are saying that the lacrosse players only play lax because they can’t play the others then I guess your boy better pick an instrument to play.

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You are delusional. The kid going to Clemson comes along every 10 years on the lax fields. We should all be thankful the majority of kids in football and basketball have no idea lacrosse is even a sport.

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.

too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.


Easy there Big Dads ! I am glad there is lacrosse, where else is is there to go for a majority of players that cant play D1 college Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey but want to be a D1 athlete ? ,,,,, rowing ?? Come on !


Plenty of lacrosse players play multiple sports and are good at both. Many lacrosse players walked away from Baseball because it’s a boring game. Many walk away from football because it’s an injury prone sport. Not because they can’t play the sport at a high level. Prime example is the kid that just committed to Clemson to play FB.

It’s ok if your boy can’t play D1 lacrosse but if you are saying that the lacrosse players only play lax because they can’t play the others then I guess your boy better pick an instrument to play.


Keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better. Poster is right. We are lucky a majority of players going D1 Football and Basketball have no idea what lacrosse is, if there was money in lacrosse, goodbye majority ( not all) of lacrosse players, better start getting good with a Volleyball.

I do think many lacrosse players are multiple sport players. Which is great. But dont kid yourself, they still couldn't get on the field at most D1 FB programs.

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.

too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.


Easy there Big Dads ! I am glad there is lacrosse, where else is is there to go for a majority of players that cant play D1 college Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey but want to be a D1 athlete ? ,,,,, rowing ?? Come on !


Plenty of lacrosse players play multiple sports and are good at both. Many lacrosse players walked away from Baseball because it’s a boring game. Many walk away from football because it’s an injury prone sport. Not because they can’t play the sport at a high level. Prime example is the kid that just committed to Clemson to play FB.

It’s ok if your boy can’t play D1 lacrosse but if you are saying that the lacrosse players only play lax because they can’t play the others then I guess your boy better pick an instrument to play.


Keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better. Poster is right. We are lucky a majority of players going D1 Football and Basketball have no idea what lacrosse is, if there was money in lacrosse, goodbye majority ( not all) of lacrosse players, better start getting good with a Volleyball.

I do think many lacrosse players are multiple sport players. Which is great. But dont kid yourself, they still couldn't get on the field at most D1 FB programs.

Wow bitter football dad on quarantine. I know you get frustrated because your son likes a sport that you know nothing about and do not understand. Did you ever think maybe that is the reason he picked it? So that you have zero credibility when you offer coaching advice on the car ride home?
1. All kids know about lacrosse. They may not play but they know about it. Many do play. Are you aware that football HOF legend Jim Brown's son just committed to a D1 lacrosse program?
2. Like all sports kids play because they love it. Their friends are on the team, and lacrosse is really fun to practice. They are not worried about other sports.
3. How many D1 football players could make a D1 lacrosse roster? Zero if they do not work at it. Same would be true for tennis or golf. How many lineman can run well enough to play lacrosse?
4. Money?? How many players in football get paid outside of the NFL or SEC? less than 1% of HS football players get paid.
I played football and lacrosse and many kids play both. You do realize you are posting this on a lacrosse message board right? Isolation must be rough but don't worry you will soon be back at the bar bragging to the bar tender about the four touchdowns you scored against Polk HS.

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No salty dads out tonight. 👀.

Probably busy checking highlight links with son talking about how he is a better player.

Daddy Ball!! Crack me up.

too funny- when your dad coaches or runs a club you will get special treatment. That's a fact and can't be argued.9congratulations) NLF has very good teams and top talent across the board. Hence the list is based off those dad(coaches,owners,organizers) who feel their players are the best. Great for the kids on the list as it gives them great exposure to those that don't know! There are players who are better at the position on the same team as some listed.NLF is doing a great job promoting their brand and players except when it doesn't even let their neighbors in (igloo) or other clubs its really hard to support the daddies behind the scenes making it all happen.
More list's to come for the 2022 class that will be a bit more revealing to the top talent.


No worries, there is no $$ in lacrosse. If you're kids a serious athlete, he's playing football, soccer, basketball or baseball. There are a couple outliers but most of the kids playing D1 lacrosse couldn't make a starting lineup in these other D1 sports especially those which are pro league feeders. You're better off hitting the books, maxing out on your ACT/SAT and getting great internships.


There’s THAT DAD!! You telling your boy that? He should go plays those other sports.


Easy there Big Dads ! I am glad there is lacrosse, where else is is there to go for a majority of players that cant play D1 college Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey but want to be a D1 athlete ? ,,,,, rowing ?? Come on !


Plenty of lacrosse players play multiple sports and are good at both. Many lacrosse players walked away from Baseball because it’s a boring game. Many walk away from football because it’s an injury prone sport. Not because they can’t play the sport at a high level. Prime example is the kid that just committed to Clemson to play FB.

It’s ok if your boy can’t play D1 lacrosse but if you are saying that the lacrosse players only play lax because they can’t play the others then I guess your boy better pick an instrument to play.


Keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better. Poster is right. We are lucky a majority of players going D1 Football and Basketball have no idea what lacrosse is, if there was money in lacrosse, goodbye majority ( not all) of lacrosse players, better start getting good with a Volleyball.

I do think many lacrosse players are multiple sport players. Which is great. But dont kid yourself, they still couldn't get on the field at most D1 FB programs.

Wow bitter football dad on quarantine. I know you get frustrated because your son likes a sport that you know nothing about and do not understand. Did you ever think maybe that is the reason he picked it? So that you have zero credibility when you offer coaching advice on the car ride home?
1. All kids know about lacrosse. They may not play but they know about it. Many do play. Are you aware that football HOF legend Jim Brown's son just committed to a D1 lacrosse program?
2. Like all sports kids play because they love it. Their friends are on the team, and lacrosse is really fun to practice. They are not worried about other sports.
3. How many D1 football players could make a D1 lacrosse roster? Zero if they do not work at it. Same would be true for tennis or golf. How many lineman can run well enough to play lacrosse?
4. Money?? How many players in football get paid outside of the NFL or SEC? less than 1% of HS football players get paid.
I played football and lacrosse and many kids play both. You do realize you are posting this on a lacrosse message board right? Isolation must be rough but don't worry you will soon be back at the bar bragging to the bar tender about the four touchdowns you scored against Polk HS.

Relax, No one is saying lacrosse players are not athletic , plus a few could play D1 football , The reality is that if many of the Towson Football players picked up a stick at age 7-10 and stuck with lacrosse, they could easily play lacrosse and majority would start. If that was reversed and Towson Lacrosse started playing Fottball at 7-10, they would more than likely not make team or even start and forget about making Polk High Championship team. Where I plowed over Spare Tire to win the Championship.

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?


21's not already recruited will have the hardest time if there is no summer. The 21's better pick a school or two, contact the coach and follow up with email/video . Attend anything coach will be at this fall, including prospect camp. Being from traditional ares will have a big advantage .

22's will all be in same boat so I don't see them having a big disadvantage to each other, but they will be later than usual , including everyone, not just the ones already recruited and the rest playing catch up.

The biggest recruiting issue I see is the NCAA giving all classes another year. The 2020,2021, 2022 and even some 2023, will have to compete against 4 college classes every year, along with their on incoming class. This year seeing what a mess the transfer portal is, and with seniors staying an extra year. Mercenary players going to colleges for one year to play with no loyalty to school. Total wrong move by NCAA. This isn't the pro's. The college athletic was not to look like what is happening now.

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?


21's not already recruited will have the hardest time if there is no summer. The 21's better pick a school or two, contact the coach and follow up with email/video . Attend anything coach will be at this fall, including prospect camp. Being from traditional ares will have a big advantage .

22's will all be in same boat so I don't see them having a big disadvantage to each other, but they will be later than usual , including everyone, not just the ones already recruited and the rest playing catch up.

The biggest recruiting issue I see is the NCAA giving all classes another year. The 2020,2021, 2022 and even some 2023, will have to compete against 4 college classes every year, along with their on incoming class. This year seeing what a mess the transfer portal is, and with seniors staying an extra year. Mercenary players going to colleges for one year to play with no loyalty to school. Total wrong move by NCAA. This isn't the pro's. The college athletic was not to look like what is happening now.


HS athletics should not have the poison of holdbacks doing a prefirst or grade repeat either

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?


21's not already recruited will have the hardest time if there is no summer. The 21's better pick a school or two, contact the coach and follow up with email/video . Attend anything coach will be at this fall, including prospect camp. Being from traditional ares will have a big advantage .

22's will all be in same boat so I don't see them having a big disadvantage to each other, but they will be later than usual , including everyone, not just the ones already recruited and the rest playing catch up.

The biggest recruiting issue I see is the NCAA giving all classes another year. The 2020,2021, 2022 and even some 2023, will have to compete against 4 college classes every year, along with their on incoming class. This year seeing what a mess the transfer portal is, and with seniors staying an extra year. Mercenary players going to colleges for one year to play with no loyalty to school. Total wrong move by NCAA. This isn't the pro's. The college athletic was not to look like what is happening now.


HS athletics should not have the poison of holdbacks doing a prefirst or grade repeat either


Bottom line if your kid can play he will be fine. If not you blame the corona virus on not being recruited. You have a excuse to use now.

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?


21's not already recruited will have the hardest time if there is no summer. The 21's better pick a school or two, contact the coach and follow up with email/video . Attend anything coach will be at this fall, including prospect camp. Being from traditional ares will have a big advantage .

22's will all be in same boat so I don't see them having a big disadvantage to each other, but they will be later than usual , including everyone, not just the ones already recruited and the rest playing catch up.

The biggest recruiting issue I see is the NCAA giving all classes another year. The 2020,2021, 2022 and even some 2023, will have to compete against 4 college classes every year, along with their on incoming class. This year seeing what a mess the transfer portal is, and with seniors staying an extra year. Mercenary players going to colleges for one year to play with no loyalty to school. Total wrong move by NCAA. This isn't the pro's. The college athletic was not to look like what is happening now.


HS athletics should not have the poison of holdbacks doing a prefirst or grade repeat either


Bottom line if your kid can play he will be fine. If not you blame the corona virus on not being recruited. You have a excuse to use now.


We will see Holdback dad. You are dreaming if you think your holdback will play in first few years. Only a very few Top 2020's will see the field on any top team. IL HS player ranking means nothing in college, it is who is in front of you. And now, you have an extra class in front. After looking at landscape, I see PG year in for your son. Maybe two and then a Redshirt, that might get him there.

I see the Ivy's starting to take more transfers of Soph and Juniors now. They will be coming from other programs grabbing a mercenary or two.

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many 21's in the wind with all this pray they get FALL. How much will 22's get recruited if there is no summer?


21's not already recruited will have the hardest time if there is no summer. The 21's better pick a school or two, contact the coach and follow up with email/video . Attend anything coach will be at this fall, including prospect camp. Being from traditional ares will have a big advantage .

22's will all be in same boat so I don't see them having a big disadvantage to each other, but they will be later than usual , including everyone, not just the ones already recruited and the rest playing catch up.

The biggest recruiting issue I see is the NCAA giving all classes another year. The 2020,2021, 2022 and even some 2023, will have to compete against 4 college classes every year, along with their on incoming class. This year seeing what a mess the transfer portal is, and with seniors staying an extra year. Mercenary players going to colleges for one year to play with no loyalty to school. Total wrong move by NCAA. This isn't the pro's. The college athletic was not to look like what is happening now.


HS athletics should not have the poison of holdbacks doing a prefirst or grade repeat either


Bottom line if your kid can play he will be fine. If not you blame the corona virus on not being recruited. You have a excuse to use now.


We will see Holdback dad. You are dreaming if you think your holdback will play in first few years. Only a very few Top 2020's will see the field on any top team. IL HS player ranking means nothing in college, it is who is in front of you. And now, you have an extra class in front. After looking at landscape, I see PG year in for your son. Maybe two and then a Redshirt, that might get him there.

I see the Ivy's starting to take more transfers of Soph and Juniors now. They will be coming from other programs grabbing a mercenary or two.



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