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Big 4 HHH Commitments
Jack Hamilton, attack / midfield, Perkiomen (Pa.) – Air Force
Jared Karabinus, faceoff midfield, Freedom (Pa.) – Saint Joseph’s
Evan McFadden, defense, West Chester Henderson (Pa.) – Saint Joseph’s
Gavin Michener, attack, Penn Charter (Pa.) – Villanova
Hayes Schreiner, goalie, Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.) – Penn State
Paul van Bastelaar, midfield, La Salle (Pa.) – Penn
Matt Wills, defense, La Salle (Pa.) – Penn
Big 4 HHH
Nov. 13 – B’More Fall Classic at Calvert Regional Park in North East, Md.
Nov. 20 – NLF Fall Invitational at Farmingdale State College on Long Island
Dec. 10-11 – IMLCA at Champions Gate Sports Complex in Orlando
Big 4 HHH
Top Uncommitted Players
(in alphabetical order)
Finn Dougherty, midfield, Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.)
A recent transfer to SCH from La Salle, Dougherty put forth an excellent summer for HHH. That included an overtime game-winner in the NLF Summer Kickoff. A tall middie who excels at initiating the offense, he constantly draws a slide and has the vision and passing ability to move the ball to open teammates. Dougherty’s a two-way middie and should be a top scoring threat for the Blue Devils this spring.
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Drexton Frank, defense, Lampeter-Strasburg (Pa.)
A strong, powerful defenseman who plays every bit of his 6-2, 180-pound frame, Frank is an outstanding 1v1 cover guy who can engulf attackmen with his strength. Frank is a standout football player who plays like one on defense, always arriving with bad intentions and a nasty disposition. He’s got the footwork to stay with smaller attackmen, too.
Logan Hyde, midfield, Wyomissing (Pa.)
Hyde flies a bit under the radar because he plays in a non-traditional hotbed area of Pennsylvania. Despite that, he’s very much a legitimate Division I prospect with his size, speed and athleticism. Hyde plays attack for his high school team, but his collegiate future is likely as a midfielder because of his ability to get downhill and put stress on a defense.
Aden Isika, LSM / defense, The Woodlands (Texas)
Isika makes up for his lack of prototypical size with a combination of a high motor and scrappiness. Excellent off the faceoff wings and at getting the ball off the carpet all over the field, Isika also has twitchiness and a good first step that help him make plays.
Jake Panzer, defense, Pope John Paul XXIII (N.J.)
Panzer’s greatest attribute might be that he’s constantly finding a way to make plays. He always goes hard and as a result, the ball often bounces his way. Panzer does a good job in coverage, both and off the ball, and has the versatility and footwork to play both LSM and close defense.
Curran Rahn, defense, Penn Charter (Pa.)
Rahn will be a four-year starter at Penn Charter in Philly’s rugged Inter-Ac League. Also a football player with a tall, lanky frame that will allow him to put on weight, he’s tough, fast and versatile. Rahn can play effectively at both close defense and LSM.