Posted by pops on January 27, 2019 at 22:37:32:
In Reply to: Re: Katie Lou. posted by Development on January 19, 2019 at 08:32:39:
: : : : : : : : : Reaches 2000 points. Great job by a socal great.
: : : : : : : Greatest ever coming out of Socal. A MD product.
: : : : : : She played at MD but she was a product of her own hard work. MD does not develop talent they just recruit it. One of The Many greats from SoCal.
: : : : : Come to a practice No one is rolling the balls out at MD They work
: : : : So you are telling me KLS was developed by you at MD? That’s a load of lies. Development means you built her game up to what was/is. I surely know MD was not the one doing that. She had her dad and trainers that built/Produced that game. Mater Dei was just a uniform that she put on during games. How hard is to call “give KLS the ball and get out of the game way play?” Stop it! All of the 1’s that have played at MD were ready made #FACTS
: : : So what you are saying is that a baller's game by the time he/she enters college is at the same level after middle school?
: : : Because there's no additional development done at HS? You are the most moronic stupid person in the world.
: : Judging by your name calling I for sure hit a nerve that ultimately means you believe what I am saying to be true. Running practice and development are two different things Coach. Everybody knows how KLS became great was because of trainers and her pops
: Very rarely do high schools make their kids better. The kids get better thru outside work and by just getting older and playing more. The coaches in high school are worrued aboyt the team nd running plays and defenses, not making each kid better. They expect that if a player wsnts a better three or ball handling then practice it outside of school practice. Just ask the coaches themselves. That is the opinion of the five d1 coaches ive talked to.
Development is done in the spring and summer-into the fall. Some HS's set up their kids with trainers (either on or off-campus) to do the heavy skill work. In some cases it's ex-players or assistant coaches doing it for a fee.
in other cases the parents set it up with people outside the HS loop.
HS during the season and club is not where skill development is done. Trainers (and time spent alone) in the off season is where it happens.
In fact my daughter's HS gave the kids a 21 day workout program for the "dark" period and expected the kids to do the workouts (most often with their teammates) without coaches around). They could certainly tell who did the work when the kids came back for summer and/or fall camp.
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