Thomas Decker (2021, Midfield, Farmingdale)- Albany: Decker has incredible ability to put the ball in the back of the net. He can score from just about anywhere on the field, which puts a ton of pressure on the defense to always stay in front of him. As his game continues to ascend, look for Decker to have a breakout offensive season for the Dalers before he takes his talents to Albany.
Matt Keegan (2021, Attack, Sachem North)- Binghamton: What makes Keegan so dangerous with the ball is that he’s a dual threat. You never know if he is going to make a play for a teammate to score, or take the ball to the net himself. With a high IQ and a knack for reading defenses, he always seems to know what play is the right one to make. Binghamton will be getting themselves a very intelligent player.
Ryan Cuddy (2021, Goalie, Kellenberg)- Salve Regina University: Cuddy is going to be a vital piece to Kellenberg’s success this season. His quickness and alertness always has him in position to stop any ball that comes his way. The Salve Regina commit has a bright future ahead of him in college.
Jack Murphy (2021, Midfield, Sachem East)- Mercyhurst University: Murphy can do a little bit of everything. The Mercyhurst commit gives Sachem East a steady dose of goals and assists which makes it difficult for defenses to gage what exactly he’s going to do. Murphy will be a key player for Sachem East as they look to build on their .500 record in 2019.
Matthew Moncada (2021, Midfield, Kellenberg)- Salve Regina University: Kellenberg has themselves a talented midfielder in Moncada. The game seems to come natural to him and he is able to play at his own pace. Look for Moncada to be heavily used in Kellenberg’s offense moving forward. His game will only continue to get better once he takes the field for Salve Regina.
John Mavlios (2021, FOGO, St. Dominic)- Merrimack: Mavlios isn’t just on the field to win face-offs. He can also score the ball just as well. His ability to do both makes him a super utility player for St. Dominic’s that will do whatever he needs to help his team win. Soon he will be bringing his unique style of play to Merrimack.
Jackson Maher (2021, Defense, Mt. Sinai)- Union: Maher is very athletic and has a high IQ for the game. Whenever it looks like the opposition will have a clear lane to the net, Maher seems to find himself in the right place at the right time to put the pressure on the offense. The Union commit will be a vital part of the Mustangs stout defense in 2021.
Grant Pearsall (2021, Attack, Chaminade)- Quinnipiac: Nothing seems to phase Pearsall when he takes the field. He’s not afraid to get roughed up against physical defenders and is determined to get to his spots regardless of who is front of him. He moves extremely well both with and without the ball. Playing for one of the most stacked and well-run lacrosse programs in the country will only help him excel even more once he takes the field for Quinnipiac.
Cole Sullivan (2021, Attack, Harborfields)- Geneseo: Playing against tight coverage isn’t an issue for Sullivan. His quickness helps him allude defenses, and he is a very quick decision maker. He’ll look to be a focal point in Harborfields’ offense as they will be looking to have another strong season in 2021. Geneseo should be very excited in the player they are getting in Sullivan.
Vincent Tirino (2021, Attack, Comsewogue)- Oneonta: Tirino is an offensive explosion. He can score in bursts and makes it look so easy. When he gets within range it’s almost a sure thing that he’ll put the ball in the net. Before suiting up for Oneonta he’ll be poised for a breakout final season at Comsewogue.
Matthew Coleman (2021, Defense, Connetquot)- Geneseo: Coleman is a problem for an opposing teams offense. He makes life very difficult for the opposition as he’s all over the field making plays on defense. With such great speed, he can run down the ball and take it from just about anyone. Connetquot has themselves a special player on the defense, and soon Geneseo will too.
Jack Ramsay (2021, Defense, St. Anthony’s)- Sacred Heart: Ramsay is playing for a Friars team that has high expectations in 2021. He will be a key factor in their defensive schemes which helps make them such a complete team. St. Anthony’s strong lacrosse program will only help Ramsay elevate his game when he plays for Sacred Heart.
Grace Lane (2021, Attack, Sacred Heart)- Scranton: For Sacred Heart to pick up where they left off in 2019, Lane will play a big factor. The senior will look to have her best season yet on the offensive end before she begins her college career at Scranton.
Mia Perkell (2021, Attack, Hewlett)- University of Rochester: When Perkell is approaching the net look out! She plays with aggression and is dangerous in the open field. Rochester will be getting themselves a great talent in Perkell.
Alyssa Oddo (2021, Midfiled, Middle Country)- Molloy: Oddo will be going into the 2021 season looking to be one of the leaders on the offensive side of the ball for Middle Country. With great field awareness, and vision she’ll have a great opportunity to help her team have continued success. Molloy will be happy to have a player like Oddo.
Emily Rango (2021, Goalie, Pat Med)- Wingate: Rango will be the anchor of Pat-Med’s defense this season. As she prepares to get the nod as the starting goalie, she will be critical to her teams success and. Rango’s great athleticism should help her have a great 2021 campaign before she suits up for Wingate.