Aplet has said he will attend Denver University, and Dismuke will go to Johns Hopkins University after both graduating next May.
The competition "focuses on improving the skills and knowledge of the nation's elite high school lacrosse players". The two Colorado athletes and 38 others will take part in a camp where they will "receive advanced one-on-one lacrosse instruction and learn life skills lessons from past and present Major League Lacrosse athletes".
The players were picked by lacrosse experts and coaches from across the country.
The camp will take place on August 14th and the game, with the top 40 lacrosse prospects in the country, will be played at noon on August 15th at Dicks Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City.
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