Pac-10 Champ Bears blossom college careers

Pac-10 Champ Bears blossom college careers
March 17, 2011

Talk about exposure.

The California Premier ID Academy for boys is the ideal place for the aspiring college player to realize his future at the next level.

Held at the California campus with the first session kicking off from June 20-23, this overnight gathering will bring in some of the country’s top coaches in Division I, II and III soccer

former cal men's college soccer player aj soaresAJ Soares recently signed with the New England Revolution.
It’s an event that welcomes elite male players from ages 14-18, and helps to point them in the direction that will best benefit their career.

“We try to give players the opportunity to see all of their college options. It’s really a one-stop shopping opportunity for a college-level player,” said California coach Kevin Grimes.

Having led the Golden Bears to a Pac-10 Conference championship last year, Grimes is ready to impart his wisdom to a group of players determined to take their game to the next level.

The Premier ID Academy has been specifically designed to meet the demands of the US Soccer Academy, Super "Y" League and Club Soccer schedules. Outstanding collegiate and professional coaches from the United States will assist Grimes in this camp, as well as some of his own California players.

Campers are grouped and taught based on age and ability throughout the camp. In addition, specific Goalkeeper Training will be offered to all interested campers. Field players and goalkeepers alike will have a fun and challenging week! A special classroom session will be presented to help players prepare themselves for the college recruiting process.

And with current California players Anthony Avalos, Robby Gogatz, Kevin Peach and Justin Taillole having been past attendees of this impactful camp, it’s hard to argue with the results.

Please click here for your chance to experience this special event.

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