What programs are the top prospects in the country thinking of attending?
We tell you here.
Shane Campbell, FC Delco
Interested in: Villanova, St. John's, Old Dominion, Michigan State, West Virginia
The team captain for his Development Academy team, the talented defender looks as though he’s leaning towards staying near the East Coast
Interested in: North Carolina, Duke, Elon
Our No. 71 2012 player has done his due diligence, having visited each of the final three schools on his list. Olofson is planning to finalize his decision by mid March.
Peter Lam, McLean Youth Soccer
Interested in: Cornell, Brown, Princeton, Penn, Georgetown, Duquesne, to name a few …
Things are wide open for our No. 91 2012 prospect. But Lam does have a plan to make sure he understands his options.
“I’m planning on doing visiting this spring break and I will also be attending recruiting camps at Georgetown and Brown this summer,” he said. “It’s my goal to commit by the end of junior year but if things aren’t right I am willing to be patient.”
Interested in: UC Santa Barbara, UC Irvine, San Diego State, Loyola Marymount, to name a few …
The No. 99 in our 2012 Top 100, Martinez is clearly thinking of staying instate, though he hasn’t completely ruled out a long trek.
“It would be a big change in my lifestyle going to the East Coast, so I would definitely have to look further into a big decision like that before moving,” Martinez said. “I want to consider where I want to spend four years away from home that suits me best.”
Andre Reyes, Dallas Texans
Interested in: SMU, Northwestern, Penn, Xavier, Princeton, New Mexico, Tulsa
Reyes, No. 73 for 2012s, has visited SMU and would like to narrow his choices down to three or so fairly soon.
On the girls’ side:
Alika Keene, Florida Rush
Interested in: Florida schools and a few out of state.
One of the top 2012 players in the Florida region, Keene is currently lining up her school visits. With the support and help of her family she could finalize her decision in the coming month.