Williamsburg VA. - This past week Legacy hosted its 3rd annual College ID Camp for high school aged boys and girls. The camp consisted of 80 boys and girls who trained and played over 3 days in front of 23 college coaches. Each day between 3 and 5 mens and womens college coaches came in to perform sessions for the players and evaluate them in small and large sided games. Below are the college coaches who attended this years College ID Camp.
“At Legacy we are always trying to give our players the best opportunity to showcase themselves. For them to get exposure to this many college coaches in a smaller more intimate environment ensures they were able to get the exposure we want as well as gives the players a chance to interact with the coaches on a more personal level. All of this while never having to leave your own back yard – makes this camp one of the highlights available to our high school aged players. We focus on our relationships with top schools in and out of the region to get a diverse group of coaches in attendance so that the players are exposed to all sizes, abilities and styles of colleges and universities.” - Bobby O’Brien – Technical Director.
James Madison University
Hampden Sydney College
Mercer College (D1- Georgia)
William and Mary
Old Dominion University
Virginia Commonwealth University