For more information or questions contact:
Byron Collins (Director of Boys Recruiting)
Samantha Warner (Director of Girls Recruiting)

All Building Blocks Elite Travel players have the opportunity to take advantage of some of the best college recruiting support in the game. We provide recruiting support for EVERY player with the goal being to help get them into a school that they might not be able to be accepted into without lacrosse. College coaches now seek out our players since BBL has established a reputation as a club whose players have a high level of training and game sense. Our goal is not to place a player at a school because of its name, but rather to find a place where the player will succeed academically, socially and on the lacrosse field.

We frequently host age appropriate recruiting meetings by team for players and their parents. During the meeting we review timelines and how we can assist you with this process as well as what is expected of parents and players. The recruiting process is different for all players, so we ask that you understand that we are doing everything we can to assist your child through this exciting time.

We also offer a one on one consulting meeting when desired to provide the necessary support to each family based upon their needs.

Over the past few years, BBL Elite and BBL trained players attend and have committed to the following schools:
Air Force, Amherst, Bates, BC, Bryant, Bucknell, Clemson, Colby, Colgate, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Delaware, Denver, Dickinson, Drew, Duke, Elon, Fairfield, Florida, Franklin & Marshall, Georgetown, George Washington, Gettysburg, Hamilton, Harvard, Haverford, Holy Cross, Johns Hopkins, Kenyon, Lafayette, Louisville, Loyola, Manhattan College, Marist, Marquette, Maryland, University of Massachusetts, McGill, University of Michigan, Montclair State University, Mount St. Mary’s, Muhlenberg, New Hampshire, UNC, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Penn State, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Providence, Quinnipiac, Richmond, Roanoke, Rutgers, Salisbury, St. Johns, USC, Stanford, Stevens, Towson, Tufts, Union, Vanderbilt, Vassar, Villanova, UVA, Virginia Tech, Wagner, Washington & Lee, William Smith, and Yale.