TOWSON, Md. - Tom Peace, the Recruiting Coordinator for Harford Community College men's and women's lacrosse, attended the Baltimore Summer Kickoff on Saturday, June 9. As part of the new partnership between LaxRecords.com and the Peace Report Lax Blog, the recruiting expert discusses 10 of the players who impressed.
To see his entire recap, including overall thoughts on the event, visit PeaceReportLaxBlog.com.
Here are some of the players who impressed from Saturday’s action (alpha order):
Tom's 10 Who Impressed
Camden Andrews, Dublin Coffman (Ohio), 2019, Attackman, Haymakers
Andrews has good quicks, and he is always alert. I loved this kids' dodge game. Andrews got off some decent shots on cage and would be a great get for any college program.
William Budzynski, Westminster (Md.), 2019, Attackman, Zingos
Budzynski is a talented attackman from Carroll County, Md. who moves the ball well and is decent off the ball as well. The rising senior made some heads-up decisions and had some great shots on the cage that resulted in goals.
Matt DiPietro, Immaculata (N.J.), 2019, FO/M, Team Turnpike
DiPietro is an impressive athlete with solid stick skills. Is smart and efficient at faceoffs and he is an animal when it comes to getting the ground balls.
Pearse Glavin, Haverford School (Pa.), 2020, Attackman/Midfielder, Rising Sons
Glavin looks to be another stud to come through the Fords program at Haverford. He has the stick skills and footwork that some of the greats from Haverford. I am looking forward to seeing Glavin play at other events this summer. He should be on all Top D-I radars.
Seth Higgins, Gerstell Academy (Md.), 2020, Midfielder, Looneys
Higgins is a two-way middie with excellent speed and agility. He has a tall frame, and he has a powerful shot in the cage. Higgins helped guide Gerstell to an MIAA B-conference championship this past season.
Sam King, Gilman (Md.), 2020, Attackman, Looneys
King is a terrific player with solid fundamentals. The Gilman rising junior is solid off the ball and sets up good picks. The dodge game is on point, and he can lead the other attackman. He’s a team player looking to create scoring opportunities.
Harold Lloyd, Boys’ Latin (Md.), 2019, Attackman, FCA
Lloyd looks like he will have a huge impact next season for the Lakers. He has great footwork and is always hustling whether it’s out front our behind cage. A fun player to watch. Expect this young man to have a good summer season.
Devon Rasmus, Jupiter (Fla.), 2020, Midfield, Team91 Florida
Rasmus has quick hands and moves the ball well. Rasmus plays strong defense with the short stick. He makes smart decisions. Another player who should have a strong summer season.
Jack Stuzin, Gilman (Md.), 2020, Defense, FCA
I love the way this kid plays. A lockdown defenseman who has some great stick skills and footwork. Always around the ball and can hustle up the field on the clear. Excellent lacrosse player.
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