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

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Bellarmine Prep

The Bells are a highly athletic team with impressive over all team speed. Head Coach Joe Romano does an awesome of getting his boys to maximize their athletic potential by playing an aggressive, up-tempo style.

#28 Larry Zhou, 2013
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Goalie
Sub-Position: Quick Reflex
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Larry reminds me of former Johns Hopkins goalie Brian Carcaterra; he is an awesome athlete who makes ridiculously athletic saves and then jumps out of the crease to try and clear the ball himself. Larry is lively in net, rarely making a save without both feet leaving the ground or his body sprawling across the goal line. Because of his quick reflexes Larry is tough to beat high and even tougher low.

#15 Alex Abiog, 2013
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Two-Way
College Commitment: Manhattan
Rating: Player

Alex is a big, fast, North-South dodger. He uses a change of direction move to get a step and then lets his speed takeover to get him time to unload his powerful shot. Defenders would be well advised to not allow him the space and time to set his feet as he has a devastating time and room shot. And any ball carrier would be smart to keep his head up as Alex is not afraid to deliver bone jarring hits.

#29 Conor Towne, 2013
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Off-Ball/ Catch and Shoot
College Commitment: Stephen's
Rating: Watch List

Some guys just have a nose for the goal; Conor is one them. He is capable of creating his own shot using alley dodges but does most of his damage in catch and shoot situations. Conor sees the ball in traffic, has soft hands, and an accurate shot.

#2 Joe Rodrigues, 2014
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Attack
Sub-Position: X Attackman
College Commitment: Fairfield
Rating: Player

Joe is a tall, athletic attackman who can dodge both from X and from up top when the game dictates. He has a quick change of direction and uses his big frame to lean on defensemen to get topside. Joe can score from distance as well as finish inside. My favorite play that Joe made in any of the games in which I saw him play was a slick no look feed that resulted in a lay up on the backside.

#20 Tyler Mackin, 2015
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Attack
Sub-Position: Wing Dodger
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Tyler is a hard driving face up dodger who punishes defenders with his quickness in space. He has no problem getting topside using his greasy change of direction moves. Once inside Tyler is an adept finisher with good poise and patients.

#8 Chase Bunce, 2015
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Defense
Sub-Position: LSM/ On-Ball Cover Guy
College Commitment:
Rating: Legit

Chase is an impressive defenseman with top end speed and athleticism. On the ball he has quick feet and an active stick. For the most part, Chase plays intelligent position defense but sometimes takes chances relying on his athleticism to cover up for any mistakes. He can handle the ball and is dynamic on groundballs. Against Redwood, Chase lined up opposite a highly talented player in Brown bound attackman Pat Tracy and clearly won the match up.

#11 Henry Armistead, 2014
Bellarmine Prep, California
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Two-Way
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Henry is fast, athletic midfielder with an explosive first step. He is a proficient dodger from up top or from the wing. Henry uses his speed to great affect in the transition game and helps create easy scoring chances for his teammates. He can also score himself and is a strong finisher on the run.

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2013-05-28



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