The fifth annual Adrenaline Showcase marked another great event for western lacrosse as 170 of the most talented individuals in the west gained significant exposure to NCAA and MCLA recruiters from all over the country. The Adrenaline Evaluation Team (AET) and various college coaches have assembled a list of the top ten players who most impressed:
Eli Suhadolnik: (Torrey Pines, Midfield, California) Suhadolnick is an athletic lefty who showed great speed, toughness and a knack for the goal. Suhadolnik made plays in a variety of modalities and showed a strong shot as well.
Matt Burton: (Sunset High School, Midfield, Oregon) A versatile and athletic midfielder, Burton jumped off the page today, doing a little bit of everything. Burton showed good decision-making and a strong righty shot, as well as an ability to get to good spots on the field.
Garret Bullett: (Alta High School, Long Pole Midfield, Utah) An aggressive, tough and tenacious LSM, Bullett makes up for his lack of size with a motor that doesn’t stop and a confrontational mentality, that coaches love.
Ryland Rees (Terry Fox Secondary School, Long Pole Midfield, Canada) Rees showed a great stick and a flare for making plays. The Canadian pole pushed transition and made plays in each of the afternoon games.
Hugh Crance: (Corona Del Mar, Defense, California) Crance was a relentless nuisance to his attackmen. He pushed out on his opponents and showed great feet and tremendous off ball play.
John Duffy: (Jesuit High School, Midfield, Oregon) Duffy gets downhill and is a superior athlete. A left-handed, hard-nosed midfielder, Duffy is a two-way player that is effective in the clearing and transition game.
Mitchell Fabroni: (Mountain Pointe High School, Midfield, Arizona) Fabroni is raw, athletic, and physical. We may have seen just the tip of the iceberg with this young man. When Fabroni’s skills catch up to his physical gifts, this could be a heck of a lacrosse player.
Austin Streeter: (San Clemente High School, Midfield, CA) Streeter is stocky, shifty and has great hands. He also showed toughness and has a nice outside shot.
Ben Paris: (Lincoln High School, Defense, Oregon) A conservative, yet physical defenseman, Paris may have the best feet in the event and is one of the better communicators.
Daniel Lier: (Coronado High School, Defense, Nevada)- Lier certainly passes the eye test and takes up a lot of space. Lier slid well, occupied skip lanes and was long and rangy.
With the ever-growing development of lacrosse in the west, the Adrenaline Showcase has become the “poster boy” of tournaments for western recruiting events. With the high level of talent showcased this weekend, there’s no doubt college coaches will focus their efforts on the emerging western hotbeds. Here is a list of the 2013 Adrenaline Showcase recruiters.
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