PDP hosted by Gulf States Premier League includes 62 players, 10 clubs

Rosters - Boys / Girls | 2016-17 PDPs

METAIRE, La. (Nov. 4, 2016) - A total of 62 players from 10 different clubs participated in the Player Development Program (PDP) hosted by Gulf States Premier League, Oct. 29 at Lafreniere Park in Metaire, La. The PDP targeted 2003-04 boys and 2002-03 girls, and several players have been invited to the upcoming id2 Training Camp in Casa Grande, Ariz., Dec. 8-11.

This PDP marked the second of the year for Gulf States Premier League, as the NPL member hosted a PDP on March 26 when 62 players from nine clubs participated.

Staff coaches were: Mike Martin (Gulf Coast United), Natalie Colle (Gulf Coast United), Mark French (Louisiana Fire Juniors), Olaide Yusuf (Biloxi City FC), Jason Providence (Gulf Coast Texans SC). NPL General Manager Leo Garcia was on-site to oversee the event.

PDPs are regionally based identification and developmental programs conducted within the id2 Program umbrella. PDPs are focused around the NPL and other top leagues in specific geographic areas.

PDP invitations are based upon objective scouting of elite clubs and leagues, combined with recommendations from top Directors of Coaching. Each PDP includes at least one training session and one internal competition.

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