- High School
- St. John's, D.C.
- Current Team
- Madlax Capital
NLF March 2021 Super 60 Rankings
Ranked No. 56 overall, No. 5 faceoff midfielder
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating: 89
A springy, athletic faceoff man who can get to any 50-50 ground ball and collect it himself, Weller scooped up an All-Star nod at the NLF at IMG while playing up with the ’22s after recently transferring to IMG. The lightning-quick lefty was also lights-out at the X for the tournament-winning DMV team at the Nike National All-Star Games last summer. He’s not a huge fast break threat, but he has a nice array of moves and counters, and he makes good decisions with the ball in his stick.
Hard to pick one of these four as the best guy in the All-Star Game because the Hayashi/Umansky and Creter/Weller tandems were so evenly split. Hayashi recently returned to the field after missing time with an injury without showing any rust and, like Umansky, is an absolute bull on the ground. Those two were exceptional at using their size and physicality against the smaller, speedier Creter and Weller. Both were relentless on 50-50 balls and turned any ground ball into a scrap. On the flip side, Weller and Creter are high-level pure athletes who can chase down ground balls in the open field and are a little better with the ball in their sticks. All four of them will be highly-coveted recruits.
Part of the reason why DMV was able to score 52 goals in five games is that it always had the ball. And a big reason was Weller. Even in the final, so many of his wins at the X were clean enough to start attacks right away, and while Weller didn’t score, his ability to feed the DMV attacking beast contributed to one of the most explosive attacks for any age group.
2021 Nike National DMV All-Star