By Tom Peace
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 10/27/15
Ryan Perouty, Episcopal of Houston HS (TX), 2017, Attack, Perouty has some impressive stick skills and he makes things happen when he gets the ball. Good shots on cage and the junior attackman can hustle. Really impressed with this kid.
Henry Snow Alamo Heights HS (TX), 2017, Defense, Snow has solid checks, he doesn’t rely on the slap checks, he delivers some good poke checks, gets to the groundballs and he doesn’t panic on the clears. Nice player on defense.
Chris Walker, Highland Park HS (TX), 2017, LSM, Walker was one of my favorite players from the weekend. The junior longstick middie is a big kid who moves fast. Walker has great hands and hustles up the field on the clears. Walker is a top level Division I talent.
Carter Dixon Whitefield Academy (GA), 2017, Midfield, Dixon is a beast at midfield. Love the way this kid plays the game. He has a good LAX I.Q. He moves the ball well and he is tough to defend. Isn’t afraid to get in the middle of a scrum for the ball and fight for the ground ball. He will play the wings on faceoffs.
Luke Sawyer, Denver East HS (CO), 2018, LSM, Sawyer is very alert on the field, he moves well from offense to defense ends of the field. He delivers some impressive checks and he improved in every game on Sunday.
Kirby Bennett, Parish Episcopal School (TX), 2018, Midfield, Wow! What a lacrosse player this kid is. Tremendous footwork and stick skills. The shooting game is on point and he is a headache for defenders. Look for this kid to have a great fall and spring seasons.
Kyle DiClemente, Cedar Park HS (TX), 2017, Midfield, DiClemente is an impressive middie who shined on Sunday. He gets the ground balls and he can shoot. Keep an eye on this kid at events this fall.
Peyton Jefferson, Allen HS (TX), 2018, Defense, Jefferson is scrappy and his checking is relentless. He hustles all over the field, he can play some LSM, too.
Jackson Harvey, Arapahoe HS (CO), 2018, Midfield, Harvey is a solid middie with good instincts and can move the ball. The sophomore does well in transition and can shoot.
Scully Jenevein, Highland Park HS (TX), 2018, Attack, Jenevein did a good job of doing the little things on Sunday. Getting groundballs, making sure his fellow attackmen were on the same page. One time, He did a nice job of drawing the defenseman that was defending him away from the crease area and allowed the middie from up top to get off a great shot for a score. Good Lax I.Q.
Later tonight: More girls’ coverage from C2C Spotlight