Coronado High School, Coronado , CA   November 18-19, 2011

Event Details


High Rollers participants qualify to be nominated for the Adrenaline Showcase which is the most selective event in the West, and will take place in July of 2012.


Unlike other regional or state recruiting events, the Adrenaline Showcase features only the top 150 recommended players from the entire western United States.  By having players from a number of states and Canada, the Showcase is recognized as the best collection of talent in the West.  Throughout the two day program, NCAA Division I college coaches will be on hand to coach and work directly with the participants with quality clinics and college-style practices. Realizing that not every player seeks a match with a Division I program, Adrenaline has multiple NCAA Division II, III and MCLA recruiters on hand so that each participant has a potential collegiate fit.


“The Adrenaline Showcase is a great opportunity for anyone hoping to play college lacrosse. First rate instruction from a tremendous staff, wide ranging exposure to college coaches on all levels and top drawer competition make the Adrenaline Showcase a fun and valuable experience for prospective college players.”

- Kevin Corrigan, Head Coach University of Notre Dame

"As a parent I want to thank you for the opportunity your Showcase event provided my son and others that live on the west coast. It’s not easy getting representation and exposure on the west coast and your Showcase event does an excellent job of making that available. I hope it was a success for Adrenaline Lacrosse and that you continue to offer this event for years to come. From my experience the Showcase event was well run, organized, and professional. My son thoroughly enjoyed every part of the Showcase event and actually attended another west coast recruiting camp the week following your camp. He said that the level of play and players at the Showcase event are the best collection of talent of any other recruiting camps he has attended."


-Trevor Evans, Parent