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Re: Boys High School
Anonymous #353153 10/17/21 06:53 AM
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Anyone else think these high profile 2023s from celebrity dads are going to spend a lot of time on the bench?

Yeah - there are a lot of '22 and '23 high profile kids with influential dads that will either spend time on the bench or be thoroughly embarrassed once they get on the field in college. The dad coaches of these '22 & '23 D1 commits will not longer be able to set all the plays to run through their kids or work the refs for preferential treatment. I'm very surprised the head coaches at 'Cuse, UNC, Duke, Navy, MD etc. bought into all of this - they are opening themselves up to a ton of headaches dealing with these helicopter dad coaches.

I do find it interesting of the recruits and schools, But most are very good players and better than majority . Several area coaches sons have been recruited/gone to very good D1 schools, Most will not see field or are sitting on bench now. But they will be assets during practice and will have HS coach thinking highly of college program for future recruits .

The funnel of players gets smaller and smaller as you go to college at top D1 schools. Better be more than smart Lax IQ and have great stickwork which many 5-8 to 5-11 MIAA players have.

Recent example is the ECD head cam video of shutdown of top recruit going to a big D1 school. Clear the D owns him. That will not get you playing time at D1 if you cant beat your man in practice. He still has time to get better, but he is supposedly the best player at this time.

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Anyone else think these high profile 2023s from celebrity dads are going to spend a lot of time on the bench?

Yeah - there are a lot of '22 and '23 high profile kids with influential dads that will either spend time on the bench or be thoroughly embarrassed once they get on the field in college. The dad coaches of these '22 & '23 D1 commits will not longer be able to set all the plays to run through their kids or work the refs for preferential treatment. I'm very surprised the head coaches at 'Cuse, UNC, Duke, Navy, MD etc. bought into all of this - they are opening themselves up to a ton of headaches dealing with these helicopter dad coaches.

I do find it interesting of the recruits and schools, But most are very good players and better than majority . Several area coaches sons have been recruited/gone to very good D1 schools, Most will not see field or are sitting on bench now. But they will be assets during practice and will have HS coach thinking highly of college program for future recruits .

The funnel of players gets smaller and smaller as you go to college at top D1 schools. Better be more than smart Lax IQ and have great stickwork which many 5-8 to 5-11 MIAA players have.

Recent example is the ECD head cam video of shutdown of top recruit going to a big D1 school. Clear the D owns him. That will not get you playing time at D1 if you cant beat your man in practice. He still has time to get better, but he is supposedly the best player at this time.

Sorry your kid hasn’t gotten any looks/offers. Keep working on those stick skills. 😂

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Parent of a '22 recruit (happy with results of his recruiting so this isn't sour grapes) - the 2022 class was so chock full of high profile 'coaches kids' it was a clown show sometimes trying to separate the talent from the hype. Off the top of my head there were at least 10 kids (primarily offense but there were a couple poles) who constantly appeared in podcast and IL media coverage. You want to hear a coincidence? The dads were also coaching at all these events, determining the lineups and playing time and also making sure that the best defensemen were put on their kids teams so that they didn't get shut down playing against them. Yes, most of them got 'highly recruited' to top D1 teams but I agree with the assessment above that "Most will not see field or are sitting on bench now. But they will be assets during practice and will have HS coach thinking highly of college program for future recruits ." The ordinary non-coach's kids who managed to get five star ratings are impressive IMO.

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Anonymous #353169 10/17/21 10:31 AM
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Anyone else think these high profile 2023s from celebrity dads are going to spend a lot of time on the bench?

Yeah - there are a lot of '22 and '23 high profile kids with influential dads that will either spend time on the bench or be thoroughly embarrassed once they get on the field in college. The dad coaches of these '22 & '23 D1 commits will not longer be able to set all the plays to run through their kids or work the refs for preferential treatment. I'm very surprised the head coaches at 'Cuse, UNC, Duke, Navy, MD etc. bought into all of this - they are opening themselves up to a ton of headaches dealing with these helicopter dad coaches.

I do find it interesting of the recruits and schools, But most are very good players and better than majority . Several area coaches sons have been recruited/gone to very good D1 schools, Most will not see field or are sitting on bench now. But they will be assets during practice and will have HS coach thinking highly of college program for future recruits .

The funnel of players gets smaller and smaller as you go to college at top D1 schools. Better be more than smart Lax IQ and have great stickwork which many 5-8 to 5-11 MIAA players have.

Recent example is the ECD head cam video of shutdown of top recruit going to a big D1 school. Clear the D owns him. That will not get you playing time at D1 if you cant beat your man in practice. He still has time to get better, but he is supposedly the best player at this time.

Sorry your kid hasn’t gotten any looks/offers. Keep working on those stick skills. 😂

Will do ! So that is what you got out of that? LOL

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Anonymous #353171 10/17/21 11:12 AM
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Anyone else think these high profile 2023s from celebrity dads are going to spend a lot of time on the bench?

Yeah - there are a lot of '22 and '23 high profile kids with influential dads that will either spend time on the bench or be thoroughly embarrassed once they get on the field in college. The dad coaches of these '22 & '23 D1 commits will not longer be able to set all the plays to run through their kids or work the refs for preferential treatment. I'm very surprised the head coaches at 'Cuse, UNC, Duke, Navy, MD etc. bought into all of this - they are opening themselves up to a ton of headaches dealing with these helicopter dad coaches.

I do find it interesting of the recruits and schools, But most are very good players and better than majority . Several area coaches sons have been recruited/gone to very good D1 schools, Most will not see field or are sitting on bench now. But they will be assets during practice and will have HS coach thinking highly of college program for future recruits .

The funnel of players gets smaller and smaller as you go to college at top D1 schools. Better be more than smart Lax IQ and have great stickwork which many 5-8 to 5-11 MIAA players have.

Recent example is the ECD head cam video of shutdown of top recruit going to a big D1 school. Clear the D owns him. That will not get you playing time at D1 if you cant beat your man in practice. He still has time to get better, but he is supposedly the best player at this time.

Sorry your kid hasn’t gotten any looks/offers. Keep working on those stick skills. 😂

Will do ! So that is what you got out of that? LOL

Pretty apparent you’re bitter over your kid not getting any attention so you bash those that did. Again tell him to keep grinding; D3 is there for him!

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Re: Boys High School
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So sick of these high profile girl athletes as well. We got em over here too. They’re annoying and I hope it’s not just us in the player side that sees it. Do you think coaches can ID these annoyances as well? Tourney-“junkies”

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Anonymous #353222 10/17/21 08:23 PM
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Enrollment added:

121 Calvert Hall (1200 Boys Enrollment)
31 F/S
37 JV
53 V

111 Loyola (1000 Boys Enrollment)
21 F/S
37 JV
53 V

97 St Mary's (500 Total Enrollment- 250 Boys Enrollment)
25 F/S
29 JV
43 V

86 Spalding (1250 Total Enrollment- 625 Boys Enrollment)
18 F
31 JV
37 V

84 Boys Latin (600 Boys Enrollment)
20 F/S
29 JV
35 V

64 John Carroll (700 Total Enrollment- 350 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
29 JV
35 V

55 Severn (850 Total Enrollment- 425 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
26 JV
29 V

Good stuff. The program numbers are interesting. Some schools really do recruit a ton of kids.

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B_O_T_C #353246 10/17/21 10:00 PM
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How does St Mary’s have so many lax players? Do they only admit lacrosse playing males?

Calvert Hall and Loyola numbers are crazy. You better make a good impression as a freshman, or have a transfer plan in place.

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Anonymous #353275 10/18/21 08:09 AM
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How does St Mary’s have so many lax players? Do they only admit lacrosse playing males?

Calvert Hall and Loyola numbers are crazy. You better make a good impression as a freshman, or have a transfer plan in place.

I hear Spalding's JV was good last year. This might be their year.

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Anonymous #353289 10/18/21 08:48 AM
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Enrollment added:

121 Calvert Hall (1200 Boys Enrollment)
31 F/S
37 JV
53 V

111 Loyola (1000 Boys Enrollment)
21 F/S
37 JV
53 V

97 St Mary's (500 Total Enrollment- 250 Boys Enrollment)
25 F/S
29 JV
43 V

86 Spalding (1250 Total Enrollment- 625 Boys Enrollment)
18 F
31 JV
37 V

84 Boys Latin (600 Boys Enrollment)
20 F/S
29 JV
35 V

64 John Carroll (700 Total Enrollment- 350 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
29 JV
35 V

55 Severn (850 Total Enrollment- 425 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
26 JV
29 V

Good stuff. The program numbers are interesting. Some schools really do recruit a ton of kids.

Is there any overlap in these numbers? I know that sometimes players are double rostered on JV and V.

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B_O_T_C #353300 10/18/21 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Enrollment added:

121 Calvert Hall (1200 Boys Enrollment)
31 F/S
37 JV
53 V

111 Loyola (1000 Boys Enrollment)
21 F/S
37 JV
53 V

97 St Mary's (500 Total Enrollment- 250 Boys Enrollment)
25 F/S
29 JV
43 V

86 Spalding (1250 Total Enrollment- 625 Boys Enrollment)
18 F
31 JV
37 V

84 Boys Latin (600 Boys Enrollment)
20 F/S
29 JV
35 V

64 John Carroll (700 Total Enrollment- 350 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
29 JV
35 V

55 Severn (850 Total Enrollment- 425 Boys Enrollment)
0 F/S
26 JV
29 V

Good stuff. The program numbers are interesting. Some schools really do recruit a ton of kids.

Is there any overlap in these numbers? I know that sometimes players are double rostered on JV and V.

Not that I can tell. From a quick scan, I'd say almost none, if any.

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Anonymous #353317 10/18/21 11:05 AM
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Severn School has 850 total enrolled from PK-12 In the Upper School there is 420 total. So, total boys enrollment in the Upper School is about 210 give or take, not 425

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B_O_T_C #353331 10/18/21 12:48 PM
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Loyola numbers off, upper school enrollment 700-725

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Anonymous #353379 10/18/21 06:28 PM
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How does St Mary’s have so many lax players? Do they only admit lacrosse playing males?

Calvert Hall and Loyola numbers are crazy. You better make a good impression as a freshman, or have a transfer plan in place.

I hear Spalding's JV was good last year. This might be their year.

Spalding Varsity did well last year too. Looking good for this year . Ship coming soon

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B_O_T_C #353383 10/18/21 06:48 PM
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Enrollment numbers are a little high for each, but Roster numbers are what was posted on the website for 2021 season.
Makes the ratio of lax players at each school even higher.
Like many colleges these days, these private schools are riding lax players as enrollment builders. No wonder the MIAA leadership is toothless and told to stand down by the member institutions - Lacrosse is a main enrollment driver.

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