By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 10/19/15
The Taft School (CT) 2018 attackman Jack Collins has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Bucknell University.
Jack Collins ledger:
High School: The Taft School, CT
Graduation Year: 2018
College Choice: Bucknell University
Club Affiliation: 3d New England
Lacrosse Honors: 2015 Maverik Showtime; 2015 Adrenaline Black Card; 2015 Fab Frosh All-Star Game; 2015 Sweetlax Showcase; 2014 Denver Shootout ASG; Jake Reed Nike Blue Chip
What will you major in/study? Business
Why did you choose Bucknell? “I have verbally committed to the admissions process at Bucknell University because it offers a great balance between very strong academics and excellent lacrosse. I also connected extremely well with the coaching staff.”
Outlook for 2016 HS season? “We lost some key people from last year’s team, but have many great players that will be stepping in. I’m confident we will improve on last year’s record and be a contender in the Founders League.”
Other schools considered: Princeton, Cornell, Colgate, Richmond, Holy Cross, Fairfield
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