Lacrosse Prospect Days & Prospect Camps

Lacrosse Prospect Days

Here are upcoming men’s lacrosse prospect days & prospect camps. This list will help you to better schedule lacrosse recruiting events, vacations, etc. Lacrosse prospect days & camps allow players to be seen by specific college coaches (i.e. your favorite D1 or D3 school) versus random coaches at a showcase. Players also have the full attention of the college’s coaching staff because these are more intimate recruiting events (when compared to huge lacrosse showcases that have hundreds of players competing on multiple fields).

  • Coaches – Contact us if you would like to add a men’s college lacrosse prospect day or camp to this list. All basic listings are free. Please send us the prospect day name, date and a link to the event.
  • Players & Parents – Please contact the prospect camps directly if you have any questions or concerns. This website only lists prospect days & camps. We do not operate any of the camps.

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List Updated – 01/18/19

December 2018

January 2019

February 2019

March 2019

June 2019

July 2019

August 2019


Disclaimer: Please check directly with the college program sponsoring the prospect day or camp in order to confirm all information or to get additional details regarding the prospect day or camp. We are not responsible for any errors, date changes, information changes, cancellations, etc. because colleges occasionally change camp dates, cancel prospect days, experience coaching changes, suffer weather-related issues, etc. 


College Recruiting Books – The goal for many elite high school lacrosse players is to play lacrosse in college. These books provide recruiting tips and step-by-step plans on how to be discovered by college coaches.

Recruiting Highlight Film Equipment – Many parents buy prospect day & showcase film packages in order to enhance their son’s highlight videos. However, you should also think about filming your son’s games. This can act as a back-up to the professionals (as they occasionally have camera problems or operator issues) and so you can focus more on your son’s performance (versus the overall team performance).

  • Sports Camcorder – Look for camcorders that are good at producing action scenes in high definition.
  • Tripod – Tripods allow you to stabilize the camcorder for best results. Hand held camcorders are too shaky and thus often do not generate high quality highlight clips. Amazon sells basic tripods for around $15-$25.
  • Video Editing Software – Consider using your own video editing software if you want to save money and create your own highlight reels versus paying a professional.

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Tips About Prospect Days & Camps

Paul Rabil – How To Get Recruited To Play College Lacrosse

Example of Lacrosse Prospect Days

Lacrosse Prospect Days