Alabama Huntsville - Soccer



Tucker Watts – Current UAH player.

“Coming to the Charger soccer camp was the best way for me to get exposure in front of the coaching staff and was my first involvement with the UAH program. During my camp experience, I fell in love with everything that UAH and Huntsville had to offer me. Combining this with the philosophy and culture that the coaches instilled in the program, it was a no-brainer that this was one of the best places to be in the country. With what I learned from the camps and the great coaches I played for, I was able to work my way up from coming into my first camp as an unknown player from St. Louis, Missouri, to becoming a team captain my Senior year. If you are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play for the blue and white, don’t think twice about it.”

Ethan Wilson - Current UAH Player

"In my opinion, attending the UAH ID Camps is the best way for a recruit to be noticed. For me, it was the main reason I was recruited to this school. I was able to showcase my abilities in all areas of the game including technical drills, possession, small sided games, and 11v11. Furthermore, it gave me the opportunity to meet not only the coaches, but also many of the players. I was able to ask them any questions I had about the school or the program when I may have felt uncomfortable asking the coach, and I got a head start on knowing them as my future teammates. I was also able to form a more personal relationship with the coach, which I wouldn’t have been able to do if he had only come to watch me play at a tournament. Attending the ID camps was the way I was able to become a part of the UAH Men’s Soccer Team, and I strongly encourage anyone looking to be a part of the team to do the same."

Deivi Bucio – Current UAH player.

“I came to the ID camps throughout all my 4 years of high school. I was interested in coming to this school for the academics it had to offer as well as the convenience of being so close to home. The ID camp gave me the ability to showcase my talents to the coaches as well as give me tips to what I can improve on. The ID camp led to my eventual commitment and now, I’m proud to say I’m part of the UAH men’s soccer team.”

James Fee – Current UAH player.

“The summer before my senior year I attended the residential camp at UAH. Before the camp, UAH was one my top schools that I was hoping to attend. The camp was very well organized, and it allowed every camper the opportunity to showcase their abilities. Another advantage of attending the camp was we were allowed to tour the campus and stay in the dorms. I immediately fell in love with the campus, and after the camp I was lucky enough to receive an offer to play at UAH. I immediately accepted the offer. I am currently a redshirt sophomore and I believe it was one of my best decisions ever to attend UAH. We have a great team. As well as the best facilities, we also have the best coaching staff that will hopefully lead us to many championships in the near future.”

Jonathan Olivares – Current UAH player.

When I was playing high school soccer I had a goal to play at the next level. I heard about id camps so I went to a couple and went to one at UAH in the winter. UAH was my dream school. I was nervous at first but as the day progressed I felt more comfortable with the ball and with the drills. At the id camps I got to experience the level and speed of play coaches expect. I also got to play with a couple of first team players. It was a cool experience. Coach emailed me that he wanted to watch me play more so I send him my schedule and he came to watch me play. He offered me a spot on the team and I took it. I feel privileged to be part of this team. It is a great experience for many reasons. One of my favorite things about being on the team is to meet people from other countries.

Tanner Bell – Current UAH Player

“Going to the UAH ID camps when I was in high school definitely helped in my quest to play soccer at UAH. I got the opportunity to showcase myself in front of the coaching staff, meet some of the current players, which allowed me to experience the culture they had here, and have fun in a professional environment that replicated their style of training sessions. Overall, choosing to go to the UAH ID camps definitely paid off and greatly increased my chances of playing soccer here.”