3d Rising Player Evaluations: Prospects in Maryland



Hugh Mosko, 2014
Boys' Latin, Maryland

Michigan Commit
Position: Defense
Position within Positions: With Ball
Rating: Legit

Hugh Mosko will join the Michigan defense next season. They will be getting a very well-balanced pole, who can cover anyone on the field. He plays the angles very skillfully when he is on ball and is a very effective communicator. Mosko also has an excellent stick that serves him properly as he moves the ball in transition. The Underarmour underclassmen game twice selected Mosko to play. He will be a very valuable weapon on an up-and-coming Wolverine defensive unit.



Chase Campbell, 2014
Gilman, Maryland

Virginia Commit
Position: Defense
Position within Positions: On Ball
Rating: Legit

Chase Campbell will bring his suffocating style of defense to Virginia next season. He is a very tall and strong defender who likes to throw his weight around. Campbell is aggressive on ball but throws suitably timed and effective checks on his opponents. Chase is a very large asset in the clearing game as well. A player who rarely comes off the field for Gilman, he will contribute right away for the always-strong Cavaliers.



Bryan Mauser, 2014
Howard, Maryland

Widener Commit
Position: Goalie
Position within Positions: Quick
Rating: Watch List

The first thing that you look for in a goalie is whether there is stopping ability. Mauser makes all of the routine saves and can also make the spectacular ones. He has very quick hands and rarely loses the ball in traffic. Mauser is poised in the cage and has complete command of a very strong defensive unit for Howard.



Will Railey, 2014
Georgetown Prep, Maryland

Virginia Commit
Position: Goalie
Position within Positions: Big in the net
Rating: Legit

Will Railey will be a very big acquisition for Virginia's defense next season. His clearing prowess stands out as a real strength of his game. Railey is always looking to start transition opportunities with his very crisp and accurate outlets. He is a great leader on the defensive end, communicating very well with the entire unit.



Michael Lanahan, 2014
Calvert Hall, Maryland

High Point Commit
Position: Defense
Position within Positions: With Ball
Rating: Legit

One of Michael Lanahan's greatest strengths is his ability to take over a game by dominating his match-up. He has a great knowledge of the base defense and positions within them. Lanahan also understands how to play the ball carrier properly to force the player into a sliding teammate. He also seems to always have an eye up field to initiate the offense. His holds are very solid as well. High Point is getting a very capable pole next spring.



Johny Surdick, 2014
DeMatha, Maryland

Army Commit
Position: Defense
Position within Positions: On Ball
Rating: Player

Johny Surdick will join the Black Knight's defense next season. There are many strengths to Surdick's game, but one that stands out is his ability to slide properly. There are very few times he misses an assignment. He likes to go early, usually resulting in a turnover. Johny also stays on his opponents hands very well. His checks are always appropriately timed and accurate, never out of control. Surdick's footwork around the cage is also very strong. He is clearly the leader of the Stags' defense.

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