I would have to agree with footballigood's comment to a degree. And that
is if you are not on D-1 schools radar, you will not get reps. But you see the
same thing at BYU's camp with kids standing around and only D-1 prospects
getting reps. Big difference is that BYU charges $450, All - Poly is $275.
First of all, I do not have a school age child, so no bias here. I went to
watch this camp - what a joke. Lots of college coaches there because there are
lots of talented players. But there is very little coaching going on, mostly
just one on ones and scrimmaging. No refs present in the scrimmages, so
anything goes. All the coaches do is get excited about big hits, but not much
else to make the players better. This is a camp with lots of good players, but
not even close to the level of safety, teaching, and organization that you would
see at a college camp. Don't waste your money if your player is not on the
radar of a big D-I school, he won't get any reps in the scrimmages. What
a shame for half of the kids to pay to go to this camp just to watch from the
Ernest I disagree. There are great coaches at many Universities. BYU is no
exception but not the only one. I could name many but a great one at the U and
USU looks to have some good ones just to start. Cougs - Agree with
100%. Class Act Mac.
I remember when BYU used to get the majority of Polynesian players compared to
the other programs in the state. Then Ron McBride came along. He made a dramatic
impact with Polynesian players which is still felt on the hill today. Who
wouldn't want to play for Ronnie Mac? Class act, true gentleman,
player's coach, and funny as heck. I grew up with some Polynesian guys, and
played HS football with many of them. They are a great community, friendly and
fun to be around. Love the Polynesian players and the unique culture they bring.
The most toppest coaches are the ones at byu.