Across the United States
The Lady Prodigy Basketball (LPB) Player Identification Program is intended to provide a better, more efficient, and streamlined process for identifying girl players with the potential to play in the college level in the near future, and to provide additional exposure and opportunity to top players across the region. The Lady Prodigy Player ID Program identifies the top players in a region and then provides opportunities for these players to be seen and trained by Lady Prodigy National Team staff.
The LPB Player ID Program was created under 4 key principles:
1. Players should be scouted and evaluated in one setting with all stakeholders involved.
2. Access to recruiting, exposure, ranking and training should be accessible to every player in the region.
3. To insure accurate evaluations, multiple people should evaluate players.
4. To insure accurate evaluations, the coaches that train and develop the identified players should be consulted as the best source of information regarding overall ability, mentality, and current form.
By identifying top players in one setting, while they are competing against the best players in the region, the LPB Player ID Program increases opportunities for identified players at a very low time commitment to the players. The program also does not add congestion to the player calendar by requiring multiple levels of “try-outs” and other competitions to identify players.