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Anyway to get to the point I have stellar grades and don't need lacrosse to get me in anywhere. However i love the sport and would like to play. My top schools are great academic D3 schools like Wesleyan, Amherst, Williams, MIT where I'm sure id be there longer than 4 years pursuing a masters. So would it be possible for me to redshirt and just work on my skills for a year practicing with the team not playing that wouldn't count against my eligibility because this would make a huge difference for me. Also none of these programs really cut kids right? especially if Nike Foamposite Varsity Red
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Second, talk to the coaches of some of the school's you're interested in, tell them your situation and see if you would be someone they would recruit and go from there. Be honest about it, you either want to have the coach say "sorry no" now, or go to the school, join the team and say "oh yea I can't play very well, can I have a red shirt?" And watch the eyes of the coach light up with fire.
First i really appreciate anyone who takes the time to answer this!
If you could answer one more question I'd appreciate it. Like i said i wasn't very good junior year and the senior class above me was extremely talented and deep. So I played and started all the Jv games even being a Jv captain, but that was due to mere athleticism and being able to play great defense and getting ground balls. So I wont have any game film I could give a coach till after this season has started. So what should i really say to the coaches?
I'm an athletic hardworker who just wants to get better.
shirting for non medical reasons is that you actually have to be on the team to do that, so if you go to school and you're not on the team, you will lose a year of eligibility (considering tryout day one year to the next).
senior middie approaching his senior season. I've only played lacrosse this past year because i moved and my old school did not have it. I'm pretty athletic, 6' 185lbs played runningback and linebacker in football who also has been recruited some for that sport so I have pretty good physical potential I just had no stick skills at all last year i so didnt really play junior year. It didnt help my coach last year was a glorified babysitter and didnt teach me anything. Now though our teams new coach is some big time guy who has turned a couple programs into national power houses or something, I've been working on my skills alot. and im one of the few seniors so i should play a decent amount.
Thank you I read that guide and that's what spawned these questions because previously I did not even know you could redshirt under the Foamposite Black And White D1 level.
After that, you can get a better picture of your "top 10" schools after taking the lacrosse into secondary consideration.
In your situation, you might be too late to get recruited in Division 1 lacrosse, but I doubt you were considering that anyway. For D2 and D3 they already have most of their recruits for next Fall locked up, which are the same class you are. In which case the best situation is knowing your chances of being a walk on. Get some game film of yourself put together, send it to the coaches and see what they think, they'll tell you your chances.
First thing, check out my "Understanding NCAA/MCLA Eligibility" guide in the Recruiting section stickies, it can probably answer a couple of questions for you.
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