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Anonymous #363384 01/19/22 04:26 PM
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IL with new Top 100 Incoming freshman Interesting

Going by that list, Loyola should have been really good last year.

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IMO, CH will continue to dominate the league by hoarding numbers- simply keeping kids from going to competing schools. This won’t change until the parents figure it out and kids want to see more PT.
My son is just starting the process as a 27. He said they had 12 goalies in their program last year. That's a lotta splinters for some decent keepers.

Maryland, Towson, Marquette, and High Point ... Last two years of goalies from Calvert. They all get recruited and scholarshipped in college. Doubt they had 12 but sure they had a few more than others. Its obvious Calvert rolls kids into college and D1.

CH second line of any position is the first line in most High Schools including many MIAA teams.

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IMO, CH will continue to dominate the league by hoarding numbers- simply keeping kids from going to competing schools. This won’t change until the parents figure it out and kids want to see more PT.
My son is just starting the process as a 27. He said they had 12 goalies in their program last year. That's a lotta splinters for some decent keepers.

Maryland, Towson, Marquette, and High Point ... Last two years of goalies from Calvert. They all get recruited and scholarshipped in college. Doubt they had 12 but sure they had a few more than others. Its obvious Calvert rolls kids into college and D1.

I believe the High Point goalie recruit is still at CH. He's a senior this year.

Yup they roll them into great D1 practice squad players.....


Ah you again... yes... two captains at UNC this year, multiple All American's, PLLs, and on and on... Pick a top school, there is a CHC kid on the field .. and on All American list...

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[quote=Anonymous]IMO, CH will continue to dominate the league by hoarding numbers- simply keeping kids from going to competing schools. This won’t change until the parents figure it out and kids want to see more PT.
My son is just starting the process as a 27. He said they had 12 goalies in their program last year. That's a lotta splinters for some decent keepers.

Maryland, Towson, Marquette, and High Point ... Last two years of goalies from Calvert. They all get recruited and scholarshipped in college. Doubt they had 12 but sure they had a few more than others. Its obvious Calvert rolls kids into college and D1.

CH second line of any position is the first line in most High Schools including many MIAA teams.

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IMO, CH will continue to dominate the league by hoarding numbers- simply keeping kids from going to competing schools. This won’t change until the parents figure it out and kids want to see more PT.
My son is just starting the process as a 27. He said they had 12 goalies in their program last year. That's a lotta splinters for sy ome decent keepers.

Maryland, Towson, Marquette, and High Point ... Last two years of goalies from Calvert. They all get recruited and scholarshipped in college. Doubt they had 12 but sure they had a few more than others. Its obvious Calvert rolls kids into college and D1.

I believe the High Point goalie recruit is still at CH. He's a senior this year.

Yup they roll them into great D1 practice squad players.....


Ah you again... yes... two captains at UNC this year, multiple All American's, PLLs, and on and on... Pick a top school, there is a CHC kid on the field .. and on All American list...[/quote]

Do they use a Brink's truck to haul the PLL game check with them or how does that work? Choosing your education is short lived, lax glory is forever.

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How many SRs at CH will be too old to play in the league this year?

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How many SRs at CH will be too old to play in the league this year?

None No one follows the league rules.

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How many SRs at CH will be too old to play in the league this year?

Yes, a few will be... But not over 5-7

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IL with new Top 100 Incoming freshman Interesting

Going by that list, Loyola should have been really good last year.

Interesting

These IL lists are ok. But many are on the top part of list for political reasons. Loyola last year had a few players that were all about me. MIAA is loaded with these top players. Does anyone think that the top 2023 is that ? He may be a good player, but he has been on a PR machine since U11 .

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Joaquin Villagomez 2022 committed to Towson

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No broadneck ? plus that just isn't true

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How many SRs at CH will be too old to play in the league this year?

Yes, a few will be... But not over 5-7

I count 7.

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Son is going through the recruiting process now. What is considered a good scholarship offer for what many consider one of the top recruits in the 23 class?

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25-35 percent maybe a little higher for lower D1 schools. Only 12.6 scholarships available

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Anonymous #363528 01/20/22 10:11 PM
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If you save money

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Son is going through the recruiting process now. What is considered a good scholarship offer for what many consider one of the top recruits in the 23 class?

25 to 50 ..most around 25-33

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Son is going through the recruiting process now. What is considered a good scholarship offer for what many consider one of the top recruits in the 23 class?

25 to 50 ..most around 25-33

Varies by program: Factors: What's available in today's crazy Covid impacted market (transfers, 5 and 6 year players). Then what position he plays and how the team has him slotted (depth chart and projected impact). If he's a top tier attackman, big fast and great two way middie, generational goalie or projected 65% plus FOGO, expect to get a higher award assuming its available (see variable one). If he's a close defenseman or an SSDM, less. Some programs give out more early in the recruiting process so be aware the early bird sometimes gets the worm. Do your research in advance. Start by looking at the roster and assessing future needs. Then determine does he fit in the Program, size, speed, style of play. Then determine what's left in the scholarship pot (tough to do but sometimes coaches or players will tip their hands if they really want him). If you have a group of finalist programs, be honest and upfront with the other coaches as you go through the process. They will appreciate it.

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