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MadLax Commitments 

Garett Conley, faceoff midfield, Mount Saint Joseph (Md.) / Mount St. Mary’s
Brayden Ferguson, goalie, Bullis (Md.) / Syracuse
Nathan Furgeson, midfield, Landon (Md.) / Delaware
Kevin Morrow, LSM / SSDM, Lawrenceville (N.J.) / Princeton
Anthony Panetti, midfield, Landon (Md.) / Bucknell
Chase Robertson, midfield, Landon (Md.) / Utah
Ryan Welgos, defense, Georgetown Prep (Md.) / Villanova

Fall Schedule

Nov. 12-13 – North American Lacrosse Invitational at DE Turf in Frederica, Del.
Dec. 10-11 – IMLCA Players’ Summit in Orlando, Fla.

Top Uncommitted Players

(in alphabetical order)

Robert Bath, midfield, Gonzaga (D.C.)

The younger brother of Princeton LSM Michael Bath, Robert Bath is an exceptional Swiss Army knife that can take on just about any role. As good as it gets fundamentally, Bath can play anywhere from SSDM to attack and everything in between. He’s even capable of taking – and winning – faceoffs. Bath, an elite academic type, exudes toughness and has shown a penchant for coming through with big goals.

“He always shows up the most in big-time games,” MadLax founder Cabell Maddux said. “He does it all for us and he does everything right every time.”

Graham Lesher, defense, Georgetown Prep (Md.)

Lesher doesn’t have prototypical size, but he sure checks off a ton of other boxes. A starter for the Little Hoyas, he has an incredibly high lacrosse IQ and communicates very well with his defensive mates. A high-academic type, Lesher understands approaches and angles at a very high level to go with a great stick.

JJ Kim, goalie, Potomac (Md.)

A MadLax lifer, the 6-1 Kim has consistently shown the ability to make some incredible, jaw-dropping saves. He was excellent at the National All-Star Games this summer, helping DMV reach the championship game. Kim’s also as steady as the day is long, almost never giving up any bad goals.

Hank Maddux, attack, Landon (Md.)

Maddux’s stock continues to rise as he’s polished his game and started to tap into his upside. The righty foil to his lefty twin brother, Steele, Hank is a good athlete who can also give a defense different looks by coming out of the box. Maddux brings a high IQ along with good dodging skills and some shooting range.

Steele Maddux, attack, Landon (Md.)

One of the best uncommitted lefty attackmen in the class, Maddux is an outstanding finisher inside and his dodging and outside shot have continually progressed. Maddux cracked Landon’s starting lineup for three games last year, a role that will significantly expand this spring. He catches everything inside and has a hockey background, a nod to his toughness and ability to take a hit to make a play.

Davis Owens, LSM, Landon (Md.)

There aren’t many LSMs in the class with Owens’ impressive offensive game. He’s always a threat to push the pace in transition and get the offense going. Excellent on the faceoff wings with his superb stick and disruptive at causing takeaways, Owens saw a ton of playing time for the Bears last spring and should only become more influential this spring.

T.S. Roth, defense, Georgetown Prep (Md.)

Roth cuts an imposing frame at 6-2, but the fact that he’s also a soccer goalie helps give him the footwork and quickness of a much smaller defender. Tall and long with good functional strength, Roth uses his size to push attackmen around. Roth also has a very good stick and runs well in the open field.