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Story: Recruiting Rankings By The Numbers
The recruiting gurus at IL ranked 200 top high school boys lacrosse players amongst our Power 100 list of incoming collegiate freshmen, Top 50 Young Gun Seniors, and Top 50 Young Gun Juniors. Once the dust settled, we perused through these collections to take a look at how the details break out — which states are most represented, what schools have locked up the most commits, and how do the players sort out by position.
Who Will Add D1 Lacrosse Next?
Who will be the next D1 men’s lacrosse team? It’s a question the entire lacrosse community has asked time and time again. When a new team is added, it tends to fuel the conversation. Brian Conlon, of LaxKingsTV, is back on LAS with his argument on why one of FOUR teams will be the next to go D1!
John Walker Named Princeton Men's Lacrosse Defensive Coordinator
Long before he ever had a Princeton e-mail address or phone number, John Walker had a 1992 Princeton men's lacrosse national championship t-shirt.
The Recruiting Continues
Michigan was able to pick up a couple more verbal commitments for lacrosse recently, one of them being the first commit for 2016 in Crey Bankes, a defender out of the Blake School in Minneapolis.
Cold Spring Harbor (NY) 2015 standout Burke bound for Fairfield
Burke, who is also a hockey standout for the Seahawks, is a righty but strong with either hand. He is an effective feeder, finisher and dodger.
NJ standout Coakley gives Towson its first 2016 tristate verbal
The 6-foot-1, 165-pound Coakley is a natural lefty but uses both hands equally well.
Moorestown 2015 LSM/DEF Haynes commits to Delaware
Moorestown rising junior Austin Haynes has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.
Today's beats: Here's Bela Fleck breathing life into Aaron Cop land's Hoedown.