VMI Announces Twenty New Lacrosse Recruits for 2012-2013

Peyton Jenkins (Richmond, Va./Steward School) Of no relation to VMI senior Taylor Jenkins, Peyton Jenkins was a two-sport standout at the Steward School, playing defense for both his lacrosse team and soccer squad. He earned three letters for soccer and lettered all four years in lacrosse.

Scottie Leach (Cincinnati, Ohio/Mariemont High School) A 6-3 defenseman, Leach was a three-year letter winner for Tad George, while also earning four letters in football as a defensive end. He collected All-League honors in lacrosse. He was also named MVP for Elite Lacrosse. His sister played soccer at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Billy Long (Voorhees, N.J./Eastern Regional High School) Lettering in three different sports, leach was a three-year winner in both lacrosse and football, while also earning one letter in wrestling. As a midfielder for lacrosse, Long finished with 118 groundballs while netting a pair of goals and seven assists. He played for Braceheart Lacrosse and plays in the Ocean City, N.J. college lacrosse pick up league. His father played collegiate football, while his sister played college soccer.

Ian Marinacci (Arnold, Md./Broadneck High School) A two-year letterwinner for Clay White, Marinacci was named team captain in 2012. He was named Most Improved in 2012 as well as earning the Separator Award on two occasions, given to the hardest worker on the team. Marianacci also lettered in three seasons as a wrestler, qualifying for states and regionals. He was a member of Propel and T2 lacrosse clubs. Marinacci was selected to play in the Bilderback All-Star Game. In the classroom, he earned Honor Roll status. His father ran track at Adams State University (Colorado).

Drake Powers (Powell, Ohio/Dublin Jerome High School) Helping his team to a pair of Ohio state titles (2010, 2011), Powers was a two-year letterwinner for Aj Auld, ripping 48 goals and 64 assists for 112 points. This past season, he helped guide his high school to a third-straight state championship appearance, falling in the finals. Powers also played for Titanium Lacrosse. His father played football at Ohio Northern University.

Caleb Pryle (San Diego, Calif./Rancho Bernardo High School) A CIF All-American in San Diego, Pryle bring a high level of goaltending to the mix. Last season, he made an average of 10.44 saves per game, concluding the year stopping 61 percent of opponent shots. He also grabbed 30 groundballs while keeping his goals against average to a miniscule 6.6. In addition to being an All-American, 2012 saw Pryle earn First Team All-CIF San Diego and League Player of the Year honors. He was also tabbed a US Lacrosse San Diego All-Star and was named team Defensive MVP in addition to serving as a captain. Pryle was a member of the Adrenaline Tropics, QC Starz Elite, Brady's Bunch and Lax West Elite.

Domenick Stumpo (Warrenton, Va./Kettle Run High School) Winning four letters as an attackman, Stumpo was a two-time team captain at Kettle Run High School (2011, 2012). He was also named First Team All-District in three consecutive seasons (2010, 2011, 2012) and was Second Team All-Region in 2012. In 2010, he was the VHSL AA leading scorer. He capped his career with 192 goals, 130 assists, 322 points, 206 groundballs and a solid 46 percent shooting average. He holds the school record for most points in a season (105), most assists in a career (130) and most 100-point seasons (three). In addition to his high school team, Stumpo was a member of the Generals Lacrosse club, NoVa West Lacrosse and BattleLaxBombers. He graduated with a 4.02 GPA and was a member of the National Honor and Spanish Honor Societies.

Garrett Warren (Rochester, N.Y./Irondequoit High School) A three-year letter winner as a long stick midfielder for Craig Whipple, Warren helped lead his team to the New York State title game in 2012. He was also a member of teams that were Sectional and Regional champions. Warren was also a member of the Rochester Blaze. His cousin was a record-setting goalie for the Lycoming College women's lacrosse program.

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