National High School Boys Lacrosse: “ESPN Rise” Ranks “Top 50” High School Boys Lacrosse Players With New York (18), Maryland (13) And Pennsylvania (10) The Top Three States Represented And Colorado, Minnesota And Texas As The Only Western States With One Each


ESPN RISE breaks down the Top 50 High School Boys Lacrosse Players by state: New York (18), Maryland (13), Pennsylvania (10), Connecticut (2), Massachusetts (2), Colorado (1), Delaware (1), Minnesota (1), Ohio (1) and Texas (1)

 

1. David Solomon, Salisbury School (Salisbury, Conn.)
Position (Position Rank): Attack (1)
College Choice: Maryland

2. Lyle Thompson, Salmon River (Fort Covington, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): Midfield (1)
College Choice: Albany

3. Ryan Tucker, Gilman (Baltimore, Md.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (2)
College Choice: Virginia

4. Jimmy Bitter, Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, Mass.)
Position (Position Rank): Attack (2)
College Choice:  North Carolina

5. Wells Stanwick, Boys’ Latin (Baltimore, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (3)
College Choice: Johns Hopkins

6. Stephen Jahelka, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (1)
College Choice: Harvard

7. Goran Murray, Haverford (Haverford, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (1)
College Choice: Maryland

8. Thomas Grimm, Carthage (Carthage, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfielder (3)
College Choice: Syracuse

9. Joe Sankey, Penn Charter (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (4)
College Choice: North Carolina

10. Jake Gambitsky, Wantagh (Wantagh, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): Goalie (1)
College Choice: Harvard

11. Matt Walters, Haverford (Haverford, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (4)
College Choice: Syracuse

12. Myles Jones, Walt Whitman (Huntington Station, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (5)
College Choice: Duke

13. Ryan Kilpatrick, Salesianum (Wilmington, Del.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (2)
College Choice: North Carolina

14. Mike Daniello, John Jay (Cross River, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (5)
College Choice: Johns Hopkins

15. Brian Sullivan, Bishop Timon-St. Jude (Buffalo, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (2)
College Choice: North Carolina

16. Kevin Forster, La Salle College HS (Wyndmoor, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (6)
College Choice: Maryland

17. Jeff Chase, Boys’ Latin (Baltimore, Md.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (6)
College Choice: Loyola

18. Brian Dailey, Conestoga (Berwyn, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (3)
College Choice: Duke

19. Bobby Gribbin, Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (7)
College Choice: Penn State

20. Kyle Bernlohr, Western Reserve Academy, (Hudson, Ohio)
Position (Position Rank):
Goalie (2)
College Choice: Maryland

21. Jay Carlson, St. Paul’s (Brooklandville, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (7)
College Choice: Maryland

22. Brendan DeTommaso, Chaminade, (Mineola, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (8)
College Choice: Princeton

23. Tyler German, Queen Anne’s (Centreville, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): Midfield (8)
College Choice: Virginia

24. Greg Danseglio, St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (3)
College Choice: Virginia

25. Matt Shannon, Ridgefield (Ridgefield, Conn.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (4)
College Choice: North Carolina

26. Logan Connolly, St. Mary’s, (Annapolis, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (9)
College Choice: Notre Dame

27. Brendan McGrath, Haverford (Haverford, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (9)
College Choice: Princeton

28. Joseph LoCascio, St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (10)
College Choice: Maryland

29. Kellen Miller, Landon (Potomac, Md.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (5)
College Choice: Maryland

30. Richard O’Neill, Unionville (Kennett Square, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (6)
College Choice: Undecided

31. Carl Walrath, Haverford (Haverford, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (10)
College Choice: Virginia

32. Conor Kelly, Haverford (Haverford, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Goalie (3)
College Choice: Notre Dame

33. Eric Chadderdon, Hamburg (Hamburg, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (4)
College Choice: Ohio State

34. Brian Fischer, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (5)
College Choice: Harvard

35. Will Mazzone, Ward Melville (East Setauket, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): Attack (11)
College Choice: Army

36. Will Walker, Phillips Andover (Scituate, Mass.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (12)
College Choice: Harvard

37. Patrick Keena, Landon (Bethesda, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (13)
College Choice: Navy

38. Brandon Mullins, Coppell (Coppell, Texas)
Position (Position Rank):
Long Stick Midfielder (7)
College Choice: Syracuse

39. Jack Bogorowski, LaSalle (Wyndmoor, Pa.)
Position (Position Rank):
Midfield (11)
College Choice: Johns Hopkins

40. Corey Dobyns, Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (14)
College Choice: Undecided

41. Bob Wardwell, Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Goalie (4)
College Choice: Syracuse

42. Kyle Keenan, Smithtown West (Smithtown, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (15)
College Choice: Duke

43. Mike Pellegrino, Connetquot (Bohemia, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (6)
College Choice: Johns Hopkins

44. Mitch Hugdahl, Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minn.)
Position (Position Rank): Midfield (12)
College Choice: Georgetown

45. Taylor Michel, St. Paul’s (Brooklandville, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Attack (16)
College Choice: Virginia

46. Bryson Greene, McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.)
Position (Position Rank):
Defense (7)
College Choice: Georgetown

47. John Kelly, Bullis (Potomac, Md.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Defense (8)
College Choice: Johns Hopkins

48. Tanner Ottenbreit, Regis Jesuit (Aurora, Colo.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Defense (9)
College Choice: Virginia

49. Sean Mahon, Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Midfield (13)
College Choice: Harvard

50. Brandon Gamblin, Hicksville (N.Y.)
Position (Position Rank): 
Midfield (14)
College Choice: Massachusetts

2 responses to “National High School Boys Lacrosse: “ESPN Rise” Ranks “Top 50” High School Boys Lacrosse Players With New York (18), Maryland (13) And Pennsylvania (10) The Top Three States Represented And Colorado, Minnesota And Texas As The Only Western States With One Each

  1. One player from Upstate New York in the top 50? Who is ranking these players? All the Maryland and Long Island kids look great on paper. Check out the top collegiate rosters and see how many Upstate Players populate these teams and are on the field. The media should wake up and pay attention to what is really happening out there on the field. Any top collegiate coach will tell you the same thing, or maybe they won’t. They’ll land the Upstate NY kid on their roster and beat you in the Spring.

  2. How could DeTommaso be a top 50 player when he didn’t play in one game this past year. He was injured. Just goes to show you politics plays the role not talent.

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