I'm looking forward to playing lacrosse and feel that my athletic talent, drive and personality can really help a school. I have had busy junior year and had great success in basketball where the team went 32-5 and lost in the state championship. I have quickly moved into a leadership role on the varsity lacrosse team. I work very hard academically and have been able to successfully balance my time to participate in a variety sports and achieve my goals in the classroom. I play for The Lacrosse School (Rotten Apples) and lucky to be part of a great group of coaches and teammates. We have been successful nationally and get a great perspective on what needs to be done to play in college. Athletically you won't find many players that have the speed (4.5 in 40 yard) and quickness that I have. I have great length, can change the field quickly and my athletic ability makes me dangerous when dodging and playing defense. As a teammate I'm not sure you will find a better person. I play on a very skilled team and understand my role, I'm sincere, funny, driven and I'm a positive leader in this group. On the HS varsity team this year I played with my brother Quinn (2018 midfield commit to Canisius), Jacob Griffin (2018 FO/midfielder to Richmond University) and Isiah Ricketts (2018 midfielder commit to Canisius) which pushed me every day and made practices very competitive. I finished the 2018 HS season with 18 goals and 15 assists.
I know I can be a great addition to a college lacrosse program and look forward to the opportunity and answering any questions you may have!