Since our teams hit the field in the summer of 2009, Prime Time has been one of the most nationally recognized club organizations in the college coaching community with over 140 committed and current players at the collegiate level.

The key to our success on the field, and in placing players at the next level, is our organization’s philosophy of fielding only one team per year of graduation. These teams compete in the highest level fall and summer tournaments in the country. In an era when club programs from Long Island and Denver are franchising their brand in multiple locations throughout the Tri-state area, Prime Time has stayed true to our model of one team and one-location approach. Our resources and time are devoted to our players whereas the franchised-based program players are one of hundreds in their organization.

As we like to say here at Prime Time, the college recruitment process is a unique journey for every player as no one player is the same academically and athletically. Every player is provided with the recruiting knowledge and guidance of Prime Time Director Nick Daniello, who puts together a recruitment and player development plan for all of his players. With so many camps, prospect days, and the recruiting process constantly evolving, it is difficult for a family who has never been through the process to understand how they should navigate their son’s journey. Our single team approach allows our organization the opportunity to really get to know our players. This helps us to provide the best guidance possible while players are making arguably the most difficult decision in their lives. With the relationships our organization has developed at the collegiate level, our reach into the college coaches’ radar is vast and long-standing.

Our four high school aged teams (2016 -2019) feature 46 players committed to play at the collegiate level with 42 of them heading to Division One power programs in Duke, Syracuse, Denver, UNC, Notre Dame, Maryland, Brown, Loyola and many more.

In the spring of 2015, Prime Time players consisted of 50% New York Section One All-Americans, 33% Section 9 All-Americans and had five Connecticut All-Americans. Decker Curran (Greenwich, CT-Michigan commit) was named to the Senior Under Armour All-American game that aired on ESPN featuring the nation’s top 44 high school seniors in the country. Of the 50 All-Section players in Section One, Prime Time had 20 players receive that honor in addition to four All-Section Honorable mentions and 29 All-League Players.

Spring 2016 has already gotten off to a successful season for our players as three of our Prime Time 2016 (senior year) players were selected for the Senior Under Armour All-American game: JohnThomas Giles-Harris (St. Joseph Regional, NJ-Duke commit), Russell Masci (Don Bosco Prep, NJ-Maryland) and Will Perry (Greenwich, CT-UNC Commit). We are expecting a number of All-Americans and All-League selections for our high school players at the conclusion of the spring 2016 season.

For more information on the schools our players are attending at the Division 1, 2 or 3 level please visit our committed player section of our website or contact us directly at info@ptlacrosse.com.