By Tom Peace
TopLaxRecruits.conm, Posted 7/8/13
TOWSON, Md. – The following are 10 boys’ players that shined during the weekend at the Under Armour Underclassmen Games at Towson University.
Adam Ceribelli, Baltimore, 2014, Midfield, The Hereford middie has great footwork and terrific lacrosse instincts. Moves well with and without the ball. Makes plays on the run and shoots well on the run. Ceribelli is committed to Towson.
Sean O’Brien, Washington D.C., 2014, Attack, O’Brien had a great game for the D.C. squad in the championship game against Baltimore with three goals. The Landon rising senior has quick hands and feet. Moves the ball well around to his teammates and has a phenomenal shot.
Peter Welch, New Jersey, 2014, LSM, The 6’2 190lb LSM from Delbarton uses his size to his advantage by being able to make great checks and moves around the box well. Welch is always alert and never panics under pressure when clearing up field. Welch is committed to Duke.
Jay Drapeau, New England, 2014, Attack, Drapeau is a special player that has all the tools. The kid has speed; he has great footwork, a tremendous shot, and is unselfish with the ball. The Loyola bound attackman lead Westford Academy (MA) this season with 71 goals and 35 assists..
Colin McDougall, Philadelphia, 2014, Goalie, McDougall impressed this weekend with not just by making great saves but also with his size and how well he moved around the crease. The La Salle College High netminder stands at 6’3 and 220lb, which is great mixed with quick hands and is talkative. McDougall’s stock rose after this weekend.
Kevin Coughlin, South, 2015, Defense, Coughlin has great skills and moves well. Impressive checks. The avid European Soccer fan has a 3.98 GPA and the I.Q. translates onto the lacrosse field. Coughlin was named team captain as a sophomore at Marist School (GA) this past year.
Justin Anderson, West, 2014, Midfield, Anderson makes things happen and creates offense. The Centennial (NV) rising senior moves his feet well and plays solid defense. Justin is one of 12 children in his family and is committed to North Carolina.
Nick Panara, Upstate New York, 2014, Defense, Panara is a quick defenseman at 5’10 and 185lb. The Fairfield commit clears the ball up field well with out any panic. Makes good checks and has a good understanding on when to slide.
James Sullivan, Long Island, 2015, Faceoff, Sullivan is a magician at the faceoff X, He makes it look so easy winning the draw and getting the ball down to the offensive side. The Garden City rising junior should have a terrific season for the Trojans,
Pierre Byrne, Midwest, 2014, Attack, Bryne is a great athlete that moves well at 5’6 and 155lb. The Notre Dame bound attackman from Culver Military Academy (ILL) moves the rock well around the box and finds the lane for the shot with out any problem. The rising senior is always having fun on the field.
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