FROM ANDREW HYSLOP
Many young players aspire to play at the college level and this is a great way to gain some exposure, watch players already competing at the college level while having fun doing it.
The National Guard ID Clinic
will be held Saturday, March 29 at the MESA Complex in Greenville and will be open to all aspiring college players regardless of club affiliation. The goal is to educate players on the college recruiting process while developing players and exposing them to the collegiate training environment.
The National Guard funds these clinics around the country and they are free to players regardless of club affiliation. College coaches will lead the sessions and this clinic will also have 10 college teams playing spring games at MESA in conjunction with the National Guard clinic which will give the youth players a chance to see some quality teams up close.
We would like to see 150+ players register which will allow us to continue to have the National Guard fund clinics such as these in S.C.
If any High School coaches would like to bring their full team and make a day of it I would very much like to see the coaches join us as well.
Thanks and please let me know if you have any questions.