Boston, Ma- Bostonlax.net, the leader in high school lacrosse coverage in Massachusetts is proud to announce a partnership with 3D Lacrosse. 3D is utilizing the team page profile to post all news, scores, videos and much more to Bostonlax.net and will continue to engage their fans with the help of the website.
“3d Blue Chip is a partnership between Jake Reed and 3d Lacrosse to find the best players from across the entire country. The venture is rooted in the idea that there are far more high level lacrosse players than the original Jake Reed camp could unearth, and that in order to truly find the best it was necessary to build strong relationships with club coaches across the country and to give their players the opportunity to earn the right to play at the prestigious Jake Reed Nike Blue Chip Camp. For 3d it allows us to expose more of the lacrosse world to the 3d Box/Field methodology and to restructure the way showcase lacrosse is played. Of the time players spend at 3d Blue Chip 60% of field time is spent on the development of high level skills and the building of lacrosse IQ. All players will be instructed in the nuances of high level motion offenses and defensive philosophies which will then be implemented in game play. Our methodology mitigates the selfishness normally found in showcase lacrosse. Through the 3d Blue Chip evaluation process 120 players are chosen to attend Nike Blue Chip, to play with and against the best the country has to offer.
Though there is an online application process, no player will be accepted to the camp without the written consent of their club or high school coach. 95% of the players that attend the camp are nominated by their club coach. If you are interested in the camp reach out to club or high school coach and ask him for a nomination. –David Jenkins, Director of 3D.
You may apply at https://3dlacrosse.com/signup/3d-blue-chip-application.
For any questions regarding 3d Blue Chip please contact Matt Rowley, 3d National Evaluator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.”