Jack Doherty (2021, Midfield, Chaminade)- Skidmore: Chaminade’s Doherty is methodical in his play; an elite lacrosse IQ paired with a quick first step is the key to his game. He is known to do all things on offense, with wonderful passing and scoring ability. This amounts to a play style that has recently made him a Skidmore commit. Look for Doherty to use all of these skills and more during his final season with Chaminade.
Will Spehr (2021, Midfield, Cold Spring Harbor)-Middlebury: Spehr is a titan on offense. The Cold Spring Harbor senior uses his athleticism to his advantage. Whether he is racing past defenders on a fast break or launching a shot from long distance, he is certainly a threat to any opposing defense. And, factoring in his impressive lacrosse IQ, it’s without question that the recent Middlebury commit will have his best season yet with the team.
Ward Tucker (2021, Goalie, Harborfields)-Union: Harborfields’s Tucker makes goal keeping look easy. As a junior, he was already the focal point of his team’s four-man goalie unit. Now, as an essential piece to his team, it is clear that this senior season will be his for the taking. You can expect the Union commit’s impressive combination of vision, reflexes, and lacrosse IQ to be on full display in 2021.
Cory Capri (2021, Attack, Elwood/John Glenn)- Yale: Capri has all the tools to be the Yale’s next great attack man. The Elwood/John Glenn player is relentless in his pursuit of the goal. His brilliant use of footwork, speed, and scoring ability has been on full display throughout his high school career. And now, with the next step of his career to look forward to, Capri will certainly be doing much more of the same in 2021.
Emma Unverzagt (2021, Defense, Pat Med)- Springfield College: Unverzagt is Patchogue Medford’s anchor on defense. With a fantastic feel for the game, she uses her strength and lacrosse IQ to her advantage. The gritty, strong-minded player is never afraid of contact, and will always look to regain possession for her team. With 2021 approaching fast, the recent Springfield College commit aims to have her best season yet.
Kathryn Ehrlinger (2021, Goalie, Island Trees)- Dominican College: The Island Trees goalie has shown tremendous progression throughout her high school tenure. With wonderful reflexes and solid lacrosse IQ, she sets to tone for the game. As she reaches her senior year, the recent Dominican College commit will take on a greater leadership role in 2021.
Rylee Donnellan (2021, Midfield, Plainedge) New Haven: Athleticism is the first thing that comes to mind when discussing Plainedge’s Donnellan. The midfielder is known for her unmistakable speed and presence on the fast break. Always looking to make the smart pass and displaying a solid scoring ability, she has now decided on the next step of her lacrosse career. Look for the New Haven commit to have a stellar senior year.