3d Rising Player Evaluations: Lone Star Prospects I

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Jake Nathan 2016
Uncommitted
Position: Attack
Sub Position: X/Dodge & Feed
Rating: Watch-List

A physical presence (6'2"/200lbs.) at attack for Chaps is Jake Nathan. Jake does a nice job of leaning into his defenseman, using his size to set up an inside roll or to free his hands for a nice spot feed. Using his body to protect the ball, Jake is able to remain calm when doubled and move the ball or snap off a deceptive wrister in tight. Adding fakes, lever passes, and leaners to his bag of tricks would be deadly for the opposition. If Jake begins to incorporate box lacrosse into his training regimen, he could find himself on the NCAA D1 radar.

Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0Tz5KpqN1s



Westwood

JR Booth 2015
Uncommitted
Position: Attack
Sub Position: Wing Finisher Feeder
Rating: Watch-List

A crafty, left-handed attackman out of Austin's Westwood program, Booth plays an important part in the Warriors' offense. JR is always looking for the extra pass, a skill he possibly developed on the soccer pitch for Westwood. He finishes well inside and has a nice change of direction.

Video: www.hudl.com/athlete/o/2426152/highlights/131480376

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Austin Martin 2014
Colby Commit
Position: Midfield
Sub Position: Athlete/Two-Way
Rating: Watch-List

Martin might be most dangerous when the ball is on the turf. A natural ball hawk, Austin is able to clear the ball and create offense on his own. He gobbled up 77 loose balls in 2013. Martin will be attending Division III Colby and competing in the ultra-competitive NESCAC.

Video: www.hudl.com/athlete/o/2426165/highlights/58652375

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