WHAT IS BEST IN CLASS?
FCL Best in Class, aims to provide a unique environment that optimizes a player’s training, development and evaluation as they begin the college recruitment process.
August 9-10, 2021 (Class of 2023)
August 10-11, 2021 (Class of 2024)
76ers Fieldhouse, Wilmington DE
Best in Class combines the core FCL principles and method of training with recruiting and evaluative components to create a 2 day training and recruiting event aimed to maximize the time and energy of high school recruits.
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Best in Class brings together individual technique drills, small sided drills, live repetitions, situational environments, half field and full field scenarios, and in-game coaching points. The ultimate goal of this design is to help our players develop, be seen, and be accurately evaluated by college coaches by developing and performing the skillsets that are necessary for their success in college lacrosse.
The Best in Class format has been designed to give players the unique opportunity to train and learn in an environment that will push them to be open minded, expand their games and become better lacrosse players. Through this training, coaches will have a unique chance to see players respond to feedback, make improvements and demonstrate other intangibles that might not always come out in pure gameplay. Our hope is that it will showcase those players that are drawn to improvement and hard work – the players with the highest trajectory to excel in their 4 years of collegiate lacrosse.
With partnerships with Goaliesmith Lacrosse, and the Face Off Academy, the Best in Class staff has one common theme: they all have continued to progress throughout every stage of their career. Not only do they believe in the principles of hard work, coach-ability and growth mindset, but they have practiced these principles with great success. They know how to process feedback, analyze techniques and ultimately maximize success.
The Best in Class coaching staff has walked in the same shoes as our players and will be able to connect beyond the field and the X’s and O’s. Each of them represent the cornerstone of FCL, proving that hard-work and effort is as important off the field as on the field, and a well-rounded student-athlete will be a well-rounded and successful member of their community.
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
The best college and professional athletes have developed their games over time. They have committed to the craft and the process of getting better. They love to work, love being coached and they love to compete. Best in Class is helping to build these athletes. Athletes that rise to the challenge, push themselves and walk away with a firm understanding of strength areas and growth areas. Athletes that understand the best is ahead of them so they have a plan to attack the process of development. Athletes that will lean into fear of failure. The Best in Class athletes want to be coached and put in the work.