January 18, 19 – 2014 at The Indoor Sports Pavilion in Randolph, NJ.
The 2014 Elite 120 we will be hosting the 2016 and 2017 classes.
Invitations are being mailed in mid-September to deserving candidates.
The Nike Elite 120 is an invitation only event designed for players looking to be the best in their class and compete at the highest level. The best college coaches in the country will be in attendance as evaluators.
The Elite 120 is a highly unique event. Several factors differentiate the Elite 120 from other events. First, all athletes will be tested in an NFL-style speed and agility testing session run by the nationally renowned Parisi Speed School including a 40-yard dash, 5-10-5 shuttle run & 300-yard shuttle run. All scores will be made available immediately following the speed and agility training. (Due to NCAA rules, college coaches will not be allowed to attend the Parisi Speed School testing.)
The second unique feature of the Nike Elite 120 is that it gives players the chance to play against the best of the best in their class and get exposure to top college coaches.
After the speed and agility testing all players will be placed on predetermined and balanced teams of only 15 players . Each team will play six – 40 minute games over the course of the 2 days, eventually culminating in a championship.
The Elite 120 is held at The Indoor Sports Pavilion in Randolph, NJ. The Indoor Sports Pavilion is New Jersey’s finest indoor athletic facility, featuring 2 state-of-the-art full field Field Turf playing surfaces. www.indoorsportspavilion.com
Only 120 players per class will be accepted.
Film/Recruiting Packages Available at Elite 120:
LacrosseRecruits.com, the Official Recruiting Tool of US Lacrosse, will be on site at Elite 120. They have designed a number of Recruiting Packages for those players in attendance.
You can learn more about packages here: http://lacrosserecruits.com/elite120.php
Recap from 2013:
Congratulations to the 2015 Division Champions! The Quakers.
Congratulations to the 2016 Division Champions! The Blue Devils.