My name is Teddy Willett. I have a childhood goal of playing at the highest level of lacrosse as possible. I have been playing organized lacrosse since I was a 5 year old kindergartener. My collegiate goals athletically are to play for a national championship. Academically, I would like to graduate with a masters degree that sets myself up for the most success in my post-lacrosse life. What separates me from other recruits is simple, I want it more. I have been through a lot more than kids my age. When I was 15 years old I tore my ACL and Lateral meniscus. Instead of giving up or settling to be "just as good", I worked as hard as a I possibly could and returned to sports and played at a high level in 8 months. My drive to play college lacrosse impacts my decisions daily. I always weigh my wants versus my responsibilities as student athlete. You will not find anyone that is mentally tougher or a harder worker than I am. I want it more.