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Long Island Committed Corner, Week of Nov 4th

Photo Credit: (Timothy Butler)

Boys

Aiden McCaffrey (2021, D, Comsewogue)- Delaware-  McCaffrey has a great stick and that includes his stick handling ability and getting his stick in the passing lanes to cause turnovers. He creates opportunities for the offense through transition, and he’s a good off-ball defender. Tough is the best word to describe defenseman coming from Coach Mitchell’s Wogue system.

Alex Zepf (2021, GK, Chaminade)-Cornell-  It’s possible that Zepf might be the guy to replace Liam Entenmann. Zepf has tremendous stick work and hands, and he stays poised in the goal. He also has good foot work as well.  

Jalen Seymour (2021, M, St. Anthony’s)- Notre Dame-  Seymour has a great combination of athleticism and size. The 6’3 Seymour is a beast..Seymour will play a huge role in St. Anthony’s quest to call themselves back to back champions. Seymour will be a player to keep an eye on in 2020. 

Cole Doller (2020, A, Sayville)- Drexel-  Doller is a point guard on the field. He has great dodging ability, he’s a great feeder, he has great dodging ability, he’s a finisher, and he’s effective on the ride. What Doller does best on the field though is drawing attention from the slide and putting his teammates in great position to score.   

 Girls

Taylor Gallarello (2021, GK, Westhampton)- Liberty- Engulfing the rock like a hurricane takes over the sky, Gallarello is south-paw stud for the Canes of Westhampton. Taylor has made her stamp as one of the top young goalies in Suffolk. Now, she will fight to compete within one of America’s toughest conferences, Suffolk Class C. If this young lady has a big year, expect the Canes of Westhampton to make noise in 2020.

Mackenzie Beil (2021, M, Manhasset)- Pittsburgh – Beil is fast and dynamic. Her speed gives her the ability to play both sides of the ball, push in transition and generate hard shots off the dodge on the offensive end. Has an understanding of offball movement and catches defenders off guard, cutting back door. Competitive edge, Beil plays aggressive defense and is  a ground ball machine.

 

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