- High School
- Hunterdon Central, N.J.
- Current Team
- Leading Edge
NLF March 2021 Super 60 Rankings
Ranked No. 36 overall, No. 3 faceoff
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating: 93
Creter followed ’22 Luke Engelke (Pingry, N.J. / Duke) in the line of Leading Edge faceoff guys who also play man-up, and when a faceoff guy can shoot as well as Creter can, you better keep him out there. Creter is really explosive out of his stance, is very clean off the ground and puts a ton of stress on a defense off of his wins. He stays low to the ground and uses his strength to outmuscle his opponents, too.
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.
2021 NLF Futures at IMG All-Star