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College ID Camp FAQ

This College Exposure ID camp is designed to allow players to gain exposure to college coaches while being trained at a high level. The College Exposure ID Camp is open to all male and female soccer players rising 10th grade and older with aspirations of playing
at the collegiate level. One of the goals of this camp is to provide each player with an experience of what it takes to be successful at the collegiate level. The camp is designed to replicate the collegiate training environment and to give the players the tools needed to be successful at the collegiate level.  It will utilize tactical and technical sessions to create a positive learning environment that is both enjoyable and challenging.

There will be coaches from NCAA DI, DII and DIII programs as well as coaches from NAIA schools and Junior Colleges, all using this event to find and evaluate and recruit players.

Our ID Camp presents a great opportunity for each player to be challenged, and to showcase themselves to college coaches. Each player will attend a College Recruiting Seminar, in which college coaches will offer insight into the recruiting process, and life as a college soccer player. Current college players will be present to also offer insight as to the life of a college player. Parents are welcome to attend.

Camp Structure

Location: Barnett Park 
Date: February 5th
Time: 9 AM -5 PM
Price: $75

Goalkeeper Training

Campers who register as goalkeepers will participate in group technical training, small- sided play and full field games. When goalkeepers are not playing in the full field games, they will receive specific goalkeeper training during that time. At the conclusion of camp, all goalkeepers receive a written evaluation.


Typical Daily Camp Schedule

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Sign in / Registration
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Morning technical training sessions
12:00 PM - 1:45 PM Lunch
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Afternoon Training Session
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM M Meet with College coaches
5:00 PM Campus pick up


Why is our Camp Different:

Our camp is different for a few reasons:
1.  Identification: We focus on identification by playing 3v3, 4v4, 7v7 and 11v11.
2. Verbal Feedback: Each player receives 1-on-1 time with a college coach to ask
questions and receive verbal feedback
3. Written Feedback: Each player also receives a digital evaluation that includes
written feedback from the college coaches.
4. Exposure: The camp is structured so that all coaches see every player play.
5. Positional: Players are guaranteed to play either their primary or secondary position.
This will maximize their chances to be identify and be further evaluated in different
positions.


FAQ

Do players receive an evaluation?
All players will receive a digital and verbal evaluation. Our coaches use proprietary software to evaluate campers in real-time to ensure the most accurate evaluation possible. Campers will receive their speed and agility testing results and a detailed assessment in their digital evaluation. Each player will receive 1 on 1 time with a college coach for a verbal evaluation.

Who can attend?
Our College Soccer Exposure ID Camp is open to players over 16. We offer separate events for girls and boys. Due to NCAA rules, all camps must be available to any and all entrants, and those entrants can only be limited by number, gender, age, and/or grade level.

Do you do drills?
Our College Soccer Exposure ID Camp is designed by college coaches to create the best possible platform to provide skill instruction, evaluate, and identify. College coaches will provide skill instruction through technical warm ups in both the afternoon and morning. Players rotate through soccer specific speed and agility stations. Coaches provide skill instruction and feedback to improve players general knowledge during small sided drills and games in the morning and full field games in the afternoon. We ensure NCAA compliance by satisfying the requirements of NCAA13.12.1.1.2 Purposes of Camps or Clinics - See Below

NCAA Compliance?
Our coaches conduct a technical warm up that focuses on skill instruction in the morning portion and afternoon portion. All of our coaches are constantly giving feedback to players during small sided drills and full field scrimmages to help players improve their overall skills and general knowledge. We diversify our camp with speed and agility education, technical warm up, small sided drills, and full field games.

Who will be coaching us at camp?
Our college soccer coaches are there to evaluate, identify, and give feedback to players. They will provide skill instruction through technical warm ups. Our staff of college strength and conditioning coaches are on site to give a taste of college level speed and agility testing and education.

Is there specific Goalkeeper Training?
We will have goalkeeper specific college coaches at each camp. Goalkeepers will receive a proper warm up prior to full field and small sided games. Each goalkeeper will be evaluated by a goalkeeper coach.

What do I need to bring to camp?
Players must bring lunch, indoor and outdoor soccer boots, shin guards, practice gear for rain & shine, soccer ball, sun block, and a water bottle.

What is your refund policy?
Due to the significant expenses which our College Soccer Exposure Camp must commit to well in advance, camps refunds will be given only if requested a minimum of 15 days before the start of camp.

A written request must be sent to [email protected], indicating the campers name, camp dates and explanation of the reason for cancellation.

If you are requesting a refund less than 15 days out from camp, a 50% credit will be issued toward a future camp. Any cancellation notice given less than 5 days out from camp results in a total loss of funds.

Injury or Illness: In the event a player cannot attend due to injury or illness, the written refund request must include a doctor’s release that states the camper would not have been able to participate due to illness or injury. If notice is given less than 15 days out from camp, the camper will receive a 100% credit to a future camp. Any cancellation notice given less than 48 hours out from camp results in a total loss of funds.
*All cancellations and refunds must be requested prior to camp starting. No shows will result in a complete loss of funds.

Is there a trainer on site?
Yes, we will always have an athletic trainer on site!

Can parents watch?
Yes, parents are welcome to stay and watch as well as sit in on the NCAA Seminar

What is your inclement weather policy?
In any inclement weather situations, we will do our best to arrange the camp and adjust times in order for the camp to go on. In the event that the camp must be cancelled do to weather PRIOR to the camp beginning for the day, a 50% credit toward a future camp will be issued to each camper.
If any part of the camp occurs, no refunds will be issued. Please understand that all costs for the camp are up front, including, but not limited to fields, college coaches, counselors & staff, flights, hotels, and meals

My question is not covered here. Is there someone I can speak to at College Soccer Exposure?
Yes, please email us at [email protected] with any questions!

Contact

SportsParadize Soccer Academy

P.O. Box 721991 
Orlando, Florida 32872

Phone: 407-234-2794

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SportsParadize Soccer Academy

P.O. Box 721991 
Orlando, Florida 32872

Phone: 407-234-2794

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