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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #350266 09/20/21 03:36 PM
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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit
BBL ZERO!

Don't get it flipped...both BBL 23 and LE 23 are not very good teams...LE has 5 really good kids, actually borderline studs, not one of whom they developed.

That’s a false statement . The fogo/midfielder that just commit to Maryland has been a leading edge kid forever . The leading edge knock of not developing kids is only because a lot of really good players leave bbl or other programs and go to leading edge later on in their club careers because they want to get recruited .

Can the notIntelligent bbl and LE comparison just be done with already? All programs have good players. Some are developed within, some leave and go to other programs.

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Anonymous #350268 09/20/21 03:51 PM
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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit
BBL ZERO!

Don't get it flipped...both BBL 23 and LE 23 are not very good teams...LE has 5 really good kids, actually borderline studs, not one of whom they developed.

What is your definition of “developing a kid?”

If a kid goes to LE in 7th or 8th grade, and commits his sophomore/junior year … are you saying you credit the “development” when he was in 3rd-6th grade? What about the most important grades of his career, 8-junior year ?

The lack of lacrosse knowledge by some of you NJ parents is quite embarrassing .

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Anonymous #350273 09/20/21 04:37 PM
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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit
BBL ZERO!

Don't get it flipped...both BBL 23 and LE 23 are not very good teams...LE has 5 really good kids, actually borderline studs, not one of whom they developed.

What is your definition of “developing a kid?”

If a kid goes to LE in 7th or 8th grade, and commits his sophomore/junior year … are you saying you credit the “development” when he was in 3rd-6th grade? What about the most important grades of his career, 8-junior year ?

The lack of lacrosse knowledge by some of you NJ parents is quite embarrassing .

Lack of lacrosse knowledge only topped by their lack of any understanding about the college recruitment process.

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Anonymous #350275 09/20/21 05:24 PM
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The 2023 NJ class is weaker than past years. For Leading Edge to have 1 2023 to boast about on September 20th is a weak year. And yes all other NJ clubs have zero on the 20th.

I really don't think the club develops the player. Club is a part of the development.

Formula:

#1 You are a great athlete and in more than 1 sport if possible.

Get on the best club team you can
Get on the best high school team you can
Reclass if you have to but colleges are catching on to this and committing to kids in their senior year.
Practice on your own a ton.
A lot of these kids on LE and Prime Time even have private coaches and that is a given for FOGO.

You can do all these and not be on a great club and get into a D1 if you have the size for that position.

Examples last year
John Hopkins in 2022 from Blue Star and 02 Lacrosse.
Princeton 2022 NJ Riot
Penn Steps 2022
Yale and penn state Tri State 2021 no Big 10 ACC Ivy in 22

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Anonymous #350283 09/20/21 08:29 PM
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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.
Based on this post BBL will never have 4 Star players when they get into high school?


No. They have a North Carolina in their 22 class. They joined all the Club.

BBL is a great club and very loyal to all their teams. They ride with their 4th, 5th and 6th kids as long as they want to stay on the black. I am just saying good North, Helix and now bbl south players will take the training to a certain grade and leave because they can’t crack the black team. The bottom 7 on a black team any year are not going to be better than all the north, helix and south players. Parents not on black get that after 1 year.

That is why bbl is trying national team to alleviate this elephant in the room.

Bbl had a 4 star 22 and it won’t be their last. 1 is a start!

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A number of NJ players are starting to commit this week. Covid & the transfer portal have slowed the process for all. Rutgers for example has 15 players they picked up in the portal. The next 3 to 4 years are not going to be fun for parents and kids. What were 10 early commits is now going to be 3 to 4.

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Anonymous #350305 09/21/21 07:29 AM
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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

LE kid to Maryland last week with a couple more this week I would assume. Not a competition though. Hopefully NJ is well represented as a whole.

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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

Terrific achievement for the NJLC kid, and a great example why many of the comments on this forum are from uninformed posters. I think that the action will be steady, but slow.

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A number of NJ players are starting to commit this week. Covid & the transfer portal have slowed the process for all. Rutgers for example has 15 players they picked up in the portal. The next 3 to 4 years are not going to be fun for parents and kids. What were 10 early commits is now going to be 3 to 4.

Did Rutgers really sign 15 players from the transfer portal? That number seems extremely high.

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A number of NJ players are starting to commit this week. Covid & the transfer portal have slowed the process for all. Rutgers for example has 15 players they picked up in the portal. The next 3 to 4 years are not going to be fun for parents and kids. What were 10 early commits is now going to be 3 to 4.

Did Rutgers really sign 15 players from the transfer portal? That number seems extremely high.
Its been over the past couple of years. Technically doesn't Charalambides have another year and could have come back if he didn't join the PLL.

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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

LE kid to Maryland last week with a couple more this week I would assume. Not a competition though. Hopefully NJ is well represented as a whole.
LE kid to Navy

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Anonymous #350373 09/21/21 03:53 PM
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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

LE kid to Maryland last week with a couple more this week I would assume. Not a competition though. Hopefully NJ is well represented as a whole.
LE kid to Navy

That is the wall kid. Very very good player. LE continues to do what they do. detest em or love em, kids get recruited.

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Anonymous #350380 09/21/21 04:48 PM
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NJLC beat the rest to the punch with at ‘23 to Hofstra.

LE kid to Maryland last week with a couple more this week I would assume. Not a competition though. Hopefully NJ is well represented as a whole.
LE kid to Navy

That is the wall kid. Very very good player. LE continues to do what they do. detest em or love em, kids get recruited.


LE is a good program and NJ 2023 still looks week. If you want to get recruited we really have to cross the river. 5 and counting at Prime Time. They are minting D1. Crazy.

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TM@BOTC #350385 09/21/21 05:37 PM
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The IL recruiting "expert" on twitter has talked about it being a slow recruiting year across the board. A lot less kids committed at this point than the past couple years. Every NJ club will have their time, no reason to panic and flee.

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