Class of 2019 Players
Ian Callinan, Catonsville (Md.), Goalie, Rock Lacrosse
Callinan was another player that a lot of the colleges coaches liked. Playing for Team Maryland in the Showcase, Callinan saw some great shots and made some incredible stops.
Blaze Hake, Central York (Pa.), Goalie, Rock Lacrosse
Both of the Central Pa teams had solid goalies. Blaze was a brick wall most of the time. He has good mechanics and is vocal, which is good to see as a recruiter.
Chandler Hake, York Catholic (Pa.), Attack, Team 91 MD
Hake made some smart plays and was not lazy off the ball. I loved the way he carried himself on and off the field as a leader. He has potential and will get better.
Ryan Fahs, Central York (Pa.), Attack, Team Maryland
Fahs was another kid that stood out right away by always hustling and being a leader on the field. You can build a team around Fahs.
Justin Shocker, York Suburban (Pa.), Defense, Chaos
Shocker did some good things. I want to see this kid play more this summer. He’s an animal on the field. But he’s still a little green and will improve. Shocker is a smart kid, and he will be a huge get for any college that lands him.
Mark Sickler, Hershey (Pa.), Midfield
Sickler is committed to Army. The rising senior displays a fantastic shot on cage and is a leader on and off the field. The younger kids in the area view Sickler as a role model. In my opinion, Sickler is one of the country’s best players in the 2019 class.
Jalen Stanton, Century (Md.), Midfield, Rock Lacrosse Club
Stanton is probably one of the best athletes in the state of Maryland. The Century star has excellent stick skills and moves the ball on transition. Stanton is another player to watch this summer.
Tate Wasson, Palmyra (Pa.), Defense, NXT
Wasson is committed to Delaware. And when you see this kid play, it’s evident why he’s going D-I. He dazzled all game, showing off his footwork and stick skills.
Kohl Wesner, Hempfield (Pa.), Attack, FCA Maryland
Many of the college coaches on hand were raving about Wesner. He has Division-I potential and will have a solid summer.
Eli Workinger, Red Lion (Pa.), Midfield, Rock Lacrosse Club
Workinger is one of my favorite players from the Showcase. His name speaks for itself. The kid works his tail off on the field - making plays and shooting the ball with authority. A big body midfielder with tons of upside with excellent lacrosse IQ.
Class of 2020/2021 Players
Dominic Corto, York Suburban (Pa.), Attack, Rock Lacrosse Club
Corto is a nifty attackman who dodges well and creates offense when he has the ball. He’s also excellent off the ball and always making his defender work. He has good foot speed and a good motor.
Connor Covey, Westminster (Md.), Midfield, Rock Lacrosse
Covey was one of the best 2020’s in Maryland this past season. He helped guide Westminster to a state title. The rising senior has an arsenal of shots on cage. Covey has the goods to be the next big star to come from Carroll County.
Elijah Duck, Hershey (Pa.), Defense/Long-Stick Midfielder
Duck is an impressive LSM who can deliver some nasty checks and create turnovers. Another player to keep an eye on this summer.
Tyler Dunn, South Western (Pa.), FO/M, Gonzo Lacrosse
Dunn is an excellent lacrosse player with tremendous upside. I love the way this kid hustles and gets after it. Dunn is someone to watch this summer.
Tyler Garfinkle, Franklin (Md.), Midfield, Team 91
Garfinkle had a nice goal against the Central Pennsylvania group. He has good stick skills and has a strong and lean frame and can play two-way midfield and isn’t afraid to throw his body around.
Ben Mann, Manheim Township (Pa.), Midfield, Rising Sons
Mann is a strong, athletic kid with sound fundamentals. He can play two-way mid. Many of the college coaches in attendance liked what they saw from Mann.
Eddie Newman, Manheim Township (Pa.), Attack, Rising Sons
Newman played well and got off some decent shots. He dodges well and can shot with both his left and right hands which is what recruiters want to see.
Austin Sipes, York Suburban HS (Pa.), Attack, Rock Lacrosse Club
Sipes has visions of playing at Towson University one day, and boy does this young man have a shot on cage that resembles Tigers great Ryan Drenner. Sipes made some big plays Tuesday night.
Michael Stank, Red Land (Pa.), FO/M, Rock Lacrosse Club
Stank was crushing face-off wins right out of the gate in the 2020/2021 game. This young man does a nice job getting to the ground ball after pushing the ball out on the draw. Plus he can hustle.
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