Soccer camp gives players a chance to perform in front of college coaches

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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Grovetown, Ga--The women's World Cup is going strong with the U.S. in the quarterfinals on Friday. These ladies are years away from their high school playing days, but that's where it all started. Most likely in summer sessions on club teams.

That's where camps like this one comes in to play. A great chance to give exposure to college coaches for area soccer players. Post to post soccer is putting this event on and it's giving potential recruits to interact with coaches at a high level. Not just that, those coaches can see players in person instead of on film. It can be a difference maker.

"I've been playing soccer for 10 years and I've always wanted to play in the MLS. More exposure for colleges to come and watch. You can do this online or at ID camps around the country." said Luke McGann

College exposure in your backyard sounds a lot better than traveling around the country or hoping a highlight video goes viral and ends up in the right hands at the right time.

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