In college athletics throughout the United States, camps play a distinct role in guiding high schoolers to respective universities.
To become a point guard on a college basketball team, for example, a prospect certainly will have attended “point guard camps” or combines that showcase a unique talent. The same could be said for nearly all sports. Kids seek out camps to gain education about the recruiting process, engage with coaches and develop skills. Coaches seek out camps to engage with recruits efficiently and effectively on a more personal level – something often difficult to do during a normal competition schedule – which makes them better informed when offering scholarships or roster spots.
Erika DeSanty (left), the women’s coach at Princeton, takes in the swing of a College Golf Experience participant.
Strangely, this opportunity and structure has not existed in earnest within junio...
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