3d Rising - Player Evaluations from 3d Lacrosse, 6/10

#14 Zach Grado, 2015
Cherry Creek, Colorado
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Alley Dodger
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Zach is big dude who likes to dodge down hill. He has a reasonably quick change of direction but gets most of his looks by being a physical dodger. Zach has vision and is excellent at drawing and dumping. He ended the season with ten point evenly distributed between goals and assists.

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Regis Jesuit

No one is going to want to play the Raiders over the next two seasons. They are deep with young, talented, versatile attack and mids. Although Regis loses their starting defense they return two dynamic young goalies and several returning lettermen.

# 3 Aaron Horvat, 2014
Regis Jesuit, Colorado
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Wing-Dodger
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Aaron is a fast, athletic midfielder with a great case of the shakes. Like many of the Raiders' midfielders, he is a wing dodger who looks to beat his man with speed and quickness and then dump the ball to a cutter before the slide gets to him. Against Kent, Aaron split under his man from the left wing, drew a slide and then lever-passed behind him to a cutting attackman who scored. He is also capable of beating a defense with his time and room shooting. Although he has a powerful shot, he is also a predictable shooter and needs to add something other than a side arm high shot.

#4 Chet Dunstan, 2015
Regis Jesuit, Colorado
Position: Midfield/Attack
Sub-Position: Wing Dodger/Two-Way
College Commitment: Air Force
Rating: Legit

Chet is dangerous from anywhere on the field. He is adept at both attack and midfield, and will play both positions though out the course of a game. Chet is effective at using wind ups and hitches to get topside from the wing. He is primarily a dodger who is looking to create for others. Chet has great vision and throws a shooter's feed: accurate, timely, and easy to handle. He also gives his shooters extra time by throwing effective fakes.

#5 Blake Knoblauch, 2013
Regis Jesuit, 2013
Position: Midfield
Sub-Position: Wing Dodger/Two-Way
College Commitment: Jacksonville
Rating: Player

Blake plays midfield like a converted attackman (minus the lazy defensive habits). Rarely will you see him dodge the alley from up top or try to blow one by a goalie from distance. Blake prefers to invert and be a playmaker for others or hitch his way around the corner and shoot high percentage over hand high to low shots. He has a quick, snappy release and uses his wrists to generate power.

#11 Truett Davis, 2015
Regis Jesuit, Colorado
Position: Attack
Sub-Position: Off-Ball Catch and Finish/Catch and Shoot
College Commitment:
Rating: Player

Truett is a highly skilled, sneaky, slick attackman. He does most of his damage with intelligent off ball movement and accurate finishing/shooting. It's not that Truett is an incapable dodger, he is in fact a shifty speedster with a devastating change of direction. He just plays in an offense that benefits someone who can move off ball and finish.

#21 Simon Quan, 2015
Regis Jesuit, Colorado
Position: Midfield
Sub-Postion: Two-Way/Wing Dodger
College Commitment:
Rating: Legit

Simon is a fast two-way midfielder who is a slippery match up from up top or the wing. He can split and alley dodge, split and roll back, wind up roll back, and wind up hitch for top side. Like many of Regis' offensive players, Simon is looking to feed first and shoot second. However, unlike many of Regis' offensive players he can create for himself using his side arm shot on the run. Simon is an awesome throw back feeder who has no problem throwing across his body on the run.

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