First, what position do you (or your son) play? *

(The reason we're asking is because your role - and what college coaches may be looking for - *might* affect which Recruitment Killer you suffer from...)

 
{{answer_25128077}}... Awesome! We'll need to get an idea of how long you have until you head to college... Are you currently a youth or high school player? *


 
Alright, you're in high school... The timetable can change significantly depending on what grade you're in.  So, what year are you currently in high school? *


 
Got it! How long would you say you've been playing lacrosse? *


 
Ok, so you're a youth player... How long would you say you've been playing lacrosse? *


 
A lot of young men are starting to think about their level of commitment to the game, and how much of their time at college they will want to commit to lacrosse. While the gap has been narrowing the last few years, D-I athletes will spend more time training (and doing other team activities) than those in D-III.  If you had your choice, what level would you like to play at in college? *


 
A lot of youth players and their parents are already thinking about if - and where - they want to play college lacrosse.  We know it seems like a long way off, but if you had your choice, what level would you like to play at in college? *


 
If you want to play in college, one of the first things coaches and recruiters will look at is your academic record... How are you doing in school? *


 
Developing your short-list of schools helps determine which coaches to contact, which camps/tourneys to go to, and which schools to visit. What do you feel is the biggest factor in placing schools on that short-list? *


 
Now let's talk more about the recruiting process specifically...  How deep into the process are you currently? *


 
OK, last question! Most kids in your exact situation tend to run into one of the following four specific problems. Which one would you consider the biggest challenge you struggle with? *