- High School
- St. John's, D.C.
- Current Team
Ten 2022s Who Will Challenge for Five-Star Status
There aren’t many shooters who can stretch out a defense with either hand the way that Rhoa does. He packs a ton of power on his shot and doesn’t need a ton of room to get it off. He’s front and center as arguably the best player for the Cadets, a team that will contend for the top spot nationally throughout the season. Rhoa showed off his offensive upside with four goals in St. John’s season-opening rout of Georgetown Prep.
NLF October 2020 Super 60 Rankings
Ranked No. 60 overall, No. 14 midfielder
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating: 82
2020 NLF at IMG Standout
Rhoa already checks in at almost six feet tall, and he combines that size with an ability to run for days and a lethal shot. He can uncork lasers either righty or lefty and he’s got some range on his shot, too. Rhoa also does a solid job of changing planes on his shot.
NLF No. 34 '22 Luke Rhoa (St. John's, D.C. / @Crabslacrosse) commits to @CuseMLAX.— NLF (@natlaxfed) September 14, 2020
Smart midfielder who can get to his spot well and unleash a hard, heavy shot. https://t.co/ztwgB0pL3r