3d Rising - Player Evaluations from 3d Lacrosse, 5/28

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San Ramon Valley

The Wolves played Corona Del Mar on a cold night in mid April in what turned out to be a great back and forth contest between two athletic teams led by two hot goalies. San Ramon relies heavily on its trio of studs (French, Tagliaferri, and Roberts).

#4 Austin French, 2015
San Ramon Valley, California
Position: Attack
Sub-Position: X/ Wing Dodger
College Commitment:
Rating: Legit

Austin is a really slick attackman. He is a shifty face up dodger with a quick change of direction who can get up field with either hand. Austin is comfortable dodging to his topside, slipping underneath, or creating for others. He uses fakes, hitches, and fake roll backs effectively in tight to create space. Austin is a relentless rider and created several turnovers in his game against Corona Del Mar. The most impressive thing about Austin is his poise under pressure. With less than two minutes left at the end of the CDM game with his team down a goal Austin drove hard and scored to tie. The next play went through Austin as well and this time after beating his man and drawing a slide he found an open midfielder who buried the game winner.

#7 Aran Roberts, 2013
San Ramon Valley, California
Position: Defense
Sub-Position: On-Ball Cover-Guy/ With-Ball
College Commitment: Princeton
Rating: Legit

Aran is a big, mean, violent defenseman. He moves his feet exceptionally well for someone his size and rarely finds himself out of position. In his game against Corona Del Mar Aran had several "yard sale" hits. He handles the ball and is aggressive pushing the ball into the offensive end helping to create scoring opportunities for his team's attackmen by forcing slides.

#23 Peter Tagliaferri, 2014
San Ramon Valley, California
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Face-Off/ Two-Way
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Peter is a powerful, fast, athletic playmaker who leaves his mark all over the game. He faces off, plays awesome defense, clears the ball, and scores goals. Peter has a powerful, accurate shot on the run or with time and room. He is dangerous as a wing dodger or coming down hill into the alley and has the ability to split double teams. Peter also leads his team with huge physically destructive hits.

#8 Cameron Bowlby, 2013
San Ramon Valley, California
Position: Goalie
Sub-Position: Quick and Reflexive
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Cameron made the play of the game against CDM. He stuffed an attackman on the crease on a save he had no business making, threw an outlet pass that led to a fast break that the Wolves were able to finish. This was not the only play Cameron made; it just happened to be the most important play in the game and changed momentum when it looked as though CDM was going to be able to finish San Ramon off in the third quarter. For the game he had 14 saves! Cameron is an athletic goalie who sees the ball well.

#10 Nick Garlieb, 2013
San Ramon Valley, California
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Off-Ball Catch and Shoot
College Commitment: Northern Colorado
Rating: Watch List

Nick is catch and shoot guy! He moves intelligently off ball and finishes at a high rate both on the move or with his feet set. Nick has top end speed and uses it to be an asset for Wolves in transition. Although Nick does not manufacture many looks for himself his movement and accurate shooting allowed him to end the night against CDM with three goals and an assist.

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2013-05-28



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