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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #311666 10/09/20 09:59 AM
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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

impressive indeed!

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Leading Edge 2024 dropped 9 players coming into the fall season. Probably could have cut three others.

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Anonymous #311696 10/09/20 12:58 PM
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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

The discussion is about the strength of the club, not recruiting success. The strength of a club has nothing to do with talented players being recruited, they are simply good players who would have been recruited by those schools no matter what club they played for. If you look at the wins/losses for the LE 2023s and 2024s, that is a downswing for LE as a club. That being said, the top kids on those teams will still get recruited to great schools, but playing for LE will not be the reason.

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Anonymous #311704 10/09/20 02:06 PM
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Oh I heard that LE will basically recruit whoever from another state, even fly those in (if someone on track for D1). I get it to some point to hold up their reputation.

So do big cuts from 2025 then going into 8th?

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Oh I heard that LE will basically recruit whoever from another state, even fly those in (if someone on track for D1). I get it to some point to hold up their reputation.

So do big cuts from 2025 then going into 8th?

Yes, usually.

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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

The discussion is about the strength of the club, not recruiting success. The strength of a club has nothing to do with talented players being recruited, they are simply good players who would have been recruited by those schools no matter what club they played for. If you look at the wins/losses for the LE 2023s and 2024s, that is a downswing for LE as a club. That being said, the top kids on those teams will still get recruited to great schools, but playing for LE will not be the reason.
That might be one of the most ridiculous post. "Simply good players who would have been recruited by those schools no matter what club they played for." Ask the good players that played for Mad Dog National how that turned out?

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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

The discussion is about the strength of the club, not recruiting success. The strength of a club has nothing to do with talented players being recruited, they are simply good players who would have been recruited by those schools no matter what club they played for. If you look at the wins/losses for the LE 2023s and 2024s, that is a downswing for LE as a club. That being said, the top kids on those teams will still get recruited to great schools, but playing for LE will not be the reason.
That might be one of the most ridiculous post. "Simply good players who would have been recruited by those schools no matter what club they played for." Ask the good players that played for Mad Dog National how that turned out?

Wow, you just topped the most ridiculous post with "The" most ridiculous post..... MD National 2021: Penn (2) (1 being a decommit from Syracuse), Harvard (2), Villanova, Robert Morris, High Point (plus a handful of top D3 schools...MD National 2022 Syracuse, Ohio State, Georgetown, Utah

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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

It's really after the 2022s where the decline is happening.

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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

It's really after the 2022s where the decline is happening.

Yes, that was my earlier point, but the LE kool-aid has not worn off for some people yet. There was a time when the majority of the top players in NJ were on LE teams, this is simply not the case anymore, especially with the 2023s and 2024s. LE definitely has some great players, but in recent years, they have not attracted all of the top talent in NJ. Unlike the past, they simply cannot expect that they are going to get all of the best players simply because they are LE. Players have found a lot of success with other programs in the state.

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Anonymous #312083 10/14/20 03:11 PM
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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

It's really after the 2022s where the decline is happening.

Yes, that was my earlier point, but the LE kool-aid has not worn off for some people yet. There was a time when the majority of the top players in NJ were on LE teams, this is simply not the case anymore, especially with the 2023s and 2024s. LE definitely has some great players, but in recent years, they have not attracted all of the top talent in NJ. Unlike the past, they simply cannot expect that they are going to get all of the best players simply because they are LE. Players have found a lot of success with other programs in the state.
What club does the RFH kid that's going to Yale play for?

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Anonymous #312103 10/15/20 06:29 AM
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BBL BEST CLUB OUT OF NJ.

BBL has a very strong program at the moment, however these things are cyclical, just ask Tri-State and Leading Edge. The trick is to survive the downside. LE is on a bit of a downswing, and Tri State looks to be trending a bit with the SHP kids. As far as not surviving the downswing, I think that Mad Dog NJ is a pretty good example. Jury is probably still out on clubs like Bluestar and Riot which seem to be growing at a steady pace, a couple of good teams in these programs, but they need a few more years of demonstrated consistency.
4 out of LE 6 2022 poles are going to Yale, Hoopkins, Loyola & UPenn and we are less than 40 days into the recruiting process. I hope they survive this downcycle.

It's really after the 2022s where the decline is happening.

Yes, that was my earlier point, but the LE kool-aid has not worn off for some people yet. There was a time when the majority of the top players in NJ were on LE teams, this is simply not the case anymore, especially with the 2023s and 2024s. LE definitely has some great players, but in recent years, they have not attracted all of the top talent in NJ. Unlike the past, they simply cannot expect that they are going to get all of the best players simply because they are LE. Players have found a lot of success with other programs in the state.
What club does the RFH kid that's going to Yale play for?
Parents must have drank alot of kool-aid!

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Yes, that was my earlier point, but the LE kool-aid has not worn off for some people yet. There was a time when the majority of the top players in NJ were on LE teams, this is simply not the case anymore, especially with the 2023s and 2024s. LE definitely has some great players, but in recent years, they have not attracted all of the top talent in NJ. Unlike the past, they simply cannot expect that they are going to get all of the best players simply because they are LE. Players have found a lot of success with other programs in the state.[/quote]
What club does the RFH kid that's going to Yale play for?[/quote]
Parents must have drank alot of kool-aid![/quote]

I'm sure that he will love Yale, as will his new teammates from Tri-State, Bluestar and Riot...

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Yes, that was my earlier point, but the LE kool-aid has not worn off for some people yet. There was a time when the majority of the top players in NJ were on LE teams, this is simply not the case anymore, especially with the 2023s and 2024s. LE definitely has some great players, but in recent years, they have not attracted all of the top talent in NJ. Unlike the past, they simply cannot expect that they are going to get all of the best players simply because they are LE. Players have found a lot of success with other programs in the state.
What club does the RFH kid that's going to Yale play for?[/quote]
Parents must have drank alot of kool-aid![/quote]

I'm sure that he will love Yale, as will his new teammates from Tri-State, Bluestar and Riot...[/quote]
Jersey Strong!

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Anonymous #312828 10/21/20 11:03 AM
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LE 2026 11 out of 21 guys.

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LE 2026 11 out of 21 guys.


What does this mean LE 2026 11 out of 21 guys.

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