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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #309578 09/11/20 10:43 AM
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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

The clubs are recruiting machines and until another club has more top recruits than LE, they will continue to be top dog.

I guess that's why kids left LE this year, when did that ever happen in the past...and not cut, left...time will tell

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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

The clubs are recruiting machines and until another club has more top recruits than LE, they will continue to be top dog.

I guess that's why kids left LE this year, when did that ever happen in the past...and not cut, left...time will tell
At what age group did players leave? Not drawing the best 2023? please provide examples!

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Anonymous #309592 09/11/20 02:25 PM
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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

Your statement makes them an even better club. They "aren't drawing the best kids" but are placing more players!

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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

The clubs are recruiting machines and until another club has more top recruits than LE, they will continue to be top dog.

Good kids left but not the top kids there is a difference

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Anonymous #309616 09/12/20 08:10 AM
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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

Your statement makes them an even better club. They "aren't drawing the best kids" but are placing more players!

What 2023 players have been placed? You must be thinking 2022. Also, the club doesn't "place" the players. The players earn it themselves.

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[quote=Anonymous]2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

Your statement makes them an even better club. They "aren't drawing the best kids" but are placing more players!

What 2023 players have been placed? You must be thinking 2022. Also, the club doesn't "place" the players. The players earn it themselves.[/quote

C'mon already, go look at 2021 recruits for Tri-State, or even Bluestar, LE is not doing anything special, as stated by the poster above, these kids earned it

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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.

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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.
yep. sad situation.

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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.
yep. sad situation.

Seems like the Mad Dog parents get duped into thinking LE will be their savior. Same thing happened with the 2023s and see how that turned out. Not exactly a juggernaut.

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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.
yep. sad situation.

Seems like the Mad Dog parents get duped into thinking LE will be their savior. Same thing happened with the 2023s and see how that turned out. Not exactly a juggernaut.

Exactly

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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.
yep. sad situation.

Seems like the Mad Dog parents get duped into thinking LE will be their savior. Same thing happened with the 2023s and see how that turned out. Not exactly a juggernaut.
You have Mad Dog kids playing for Blue Star, Tri-State, NJLC, United & LE. Sounds more like parents got duped into thinking Mad Dog was something it wasn't.

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Anonymous #309775 09/15/20 10:47 AM
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Did Mad Dog NJ drop their 2024 team? There were alot of gold mad dog helmets at 2024 LE pratice yeaterday.
yep. sad situation.

Seems like the Mad Dog parents get duped into thinking LE will be their savior. Same thing happened with the 2023s and see how that turned out. Not exactly a juggernaut.
You have Mad Dog kids playing for Blue Star, Tri-State, NJLC, United & LE. Sounds more like parents got duped into thinking Mad Dog was something it wasn't.

There was really no way that the top kids were staying, too much instability with the program, and once they left, no way the rest of the pack was staying. Same situation as the 2023 team. Plus, United runs a great program right up the street. Mad Dog NJ got a lot of press with that 2021 National team because it included a ton of local kids, but that shipped has sailed. Bluestar has been pulling a bunch of shore area kids as well.

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Anonymous #309967 09/17/20 08:53 AM
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2022 Count!
Tri-State - still posting players highlights
BBL - ???
LE - Yale, Duke & Bucknell

Probably a little early to make a call on any club with the 2022 class... but these kids were going to have the same results no matter what club they were on, they are just really good lacrosse players. Moreover, I do not think that LE can take any credit for developing these kids, they just aggregated them onto a team. What will be more telling is how LE fares in the next few years now that the competition has caught up in NJ. As is evident with the LE 2023 team, they are not drawing the best 2023 kids in the state, this trend will continue as time goes on.

Your statement makes them an even better club. They "aren't drawing the best kids" but are placing more players!

BBL 2022 - North Carolina, Providence, Air Force

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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
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What are people spending per year on lacrosse? This year might have been a little different but we were at $4500 for club (Fall,winter,summer) plus $500 for HS team (for tournaments since we didn’t have season). We didn’t do any showcases and that doesn’t include travel expenses or equipment. Could easily add and extra couple of thousand.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
What are people spending per year on lacrosse? This year might have been a little different but we were at $4500 for club (Fall,winter,summer) plus $500 for HS team (for tournaments since we didn’t have season). We didn’t do any showcases and that doesn’t include travel expenses or equipment. Could easily add and extra couple of thousand.
Seems a little high! Your HS team charges you $500 to play?

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