Storrs, CT: June 28 - July 1, 2018
Open to boys entering grades 9 - 12
Overnight: $699      Extended Day: $599
The 2017 College ID Camp held at the University of Connecticut takes place June 28 - July 1 in Storrs, Connecticut, and is open to boys entering grades 9 - 12. This national college showcase camp routinely features more than 25+ College Coaches in attendance, offers a high-level training experience, and will give you a better understanding of the college recruiting process.
Led by Camp Director & Four-Time National Champion Collegiate Coach Ray Reid (the NCAA's second active winningest coach by percentage), this College ID Camp in 2017 featured an outstanding group of college coaches from Division I, II & III programs such as UConn, Wake Forest, Michigan State, Navy, UNLV, Rutgers, Wesleyan, Connecticut College, Ithaca and Bates, among others.
Our College ID Camp Technical Directors utilize their expansive soccer coaching experience and outstanding teaching skills to help to create a challenging training environment while giving college coaches plenty of time to see players train and compete.
Camp training activities are designed to give players a taste of the college soccer experience with special sessions on leadership, nutrition and the college recruiting process offered as well. Evening 11 v 11 matches provide a valuable opportunity for players to showcase their skills in a competitive match environment.
The Ray Reid Soccer School's College ID Camp held at UConn camp staff includes coaches from the following colleges/universities who train attending players, observe sessions & evening matches, and deliver valuable guidance on the recruiting process. These programs are carefully selected to provide players with exposure to a diverse range of college programs, ranging from Division I - III and offering a broad geographical footprint. Click on the image below for links to each attending school.
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