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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2014, 07:34:29 pm »
Owen Daly from Lynbrook.

https://twitter.com/OD_The_OG/status/427973091197992960

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIvLdmGQX9o

i like his mechanics on his shot.  he is one of the bigger guys out there and that seems to be the standard now for SB middies.  he has plenty of time to grow as he isnt graduating for another year. 

he can faceoff, shoot, and play defense.  that makes your chances of playing a lot better. 
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #17 on: February 04, 2014, 02:35:09 pm »
Conor Howell from PA: http://www.studentsports.com/lacrosse/2014/01/10/pennsylvania-junior-stony-brook/

for once, i get to it before you guys do!!!   ??? ;D
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #18 on: February 04, 2014, 09:52:51 pm »
2013 summer video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRGA3Q7WfSk

2013 spring video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ1G5yWFh6M

2012 video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mf6JdGApPw


here's what i like- a shifty X attacker, reminds me of Sichenzia a bit.  very good at finishing (mid range especially), can feed, cut, sneak, play off ball, fast breaks, and most importantly, i really like his ability to cut through traffic and grab passes (a la Eastwood).  he's a little small but plays big and has time to grow. 

i only saw few two man sets behind, which suggests that he is comfortable in a 141 or a 132 being all alone under the GLE.  he seems to be a dodge first, pass second in this situation (in a good way), reminds me of Cappadoro.  i suspect he is a creator, a guy you run your offense through.  he's got so many points he must have a hand in half the goals his team scores.

i didnt see too much work in the crease, as i dont think that's his game, but in the short footage i saw i really like the he knows how to follow a slide to get himself open. 

and he looks very comfortable in the scarlet & white.   ;D ;D ;D
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #19 on: February 19, 2014, 09:46:07 am »
.@ConnectLAX boys’ recruit:
Stony Brook gets commitment from Bethlehem Central (NY) 2015 goalie Comber


By K.I. Goldberg
LILacrossenews.com, Posted 2/19/14

Bethlehem Central High School (NY) junior goalie Dan Comber has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Stony Brook University.

Dan Comber ledger:
High School: Bethlehem Central High School, New York
Graduation Year: 2015
Position: Goalie

College Choice: Stony Brook University
Club Affiliation: Albany Power
Lacrosse Honors: 2013 2nd team All-League, 2013 Times Union All-Star, Pride of New England

Academic Honors: Honor Roll (4 semesters), Merit Roll (1 semester)
What will you major in/study? Mechanical Engineering

Why did you choose Stony Brook? “For me, Stony Brook really felt like the right choice. The academic rigor of the University, especially the prestige of the Engineering program, along with top level lacrosse at a place I really felt like I fit in. Coach (Jim) Nagle, Coach (Craig) Gibson, and Coach (Andrew) Watkins were all extremely welcoming and I really like the way they coach. All the players I met had very positive things to say about Stony Brook, both academically and athletically. Overall, Stony Brook felt like a great choice for me.”

Thoughts on the upcoming HS lacrosse season? “We’re all extremely excited for the spring season. This year we are lucky to have lots of key returning players, including an entire returning starting defense. We’re looking to work hard and hopefully see results in the season.”

Thank You: “I really would like to thank all my coaches, my parents, and everyone else that helped me throughout this process. The support and understanding has been great throughout this experience. I’ve had to do lots of traveling and lots of decision making, and my parents and family have been there for me throughout it all. All my coaches have been extremely helpful, from contacting coaches to assisting me in my tougher decisions. Without them, this process and my whole lacrosse career wouldn’t be possible.”

Other schools considered: Le Moyne, Colgate, Penn


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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #21 on: February 19, 2014, 10:54:19 am »
thanks JW!!!  thats seven for the Class of 2019 already.

Dan Comber '19
Delmar / Bethlehem Central HS
Goalie
6'2'' 190lbs
#33


2013: 294 saves (65%), 16/game
2012: 261 (64%), 14.5/game

2013 video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNUZCU492aY
(there's three more vids ill post on my site)

2013 Suburban Council All Star Second Team
2013 Empire Division All Star Second Team
2013 Times Union All Star Second Team 
Albany Power

attended: Brine National Pride of NE, Orange Crush Showcase, Top 205 Rising Juniors, NE Top 150, Blue Chip 225 Elite Rising Juniors and Rising Sophomores, Binghamton Lacrosse Classic

was an all star at Orange Crush Showcase, Blue Chip 225 Elite Rising Juniors, and Team Recruiting Showcase

set multiple records for Bethlehem, single-game and season records for most saves.
http://bctalon.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/spring-sports-recap/

football DE/FB: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/o/1923141/highlights/112073623
Section II Class AA Empire Division All Stars (2nd Team)

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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #22 on: April 08, 2014, 10:01:09 pm »
Andrew Alejo '19
Syosset, NY / Syosset HS
Defense
6' 165lbs
#4

commits: https://twitter.com/Joe_Lombardi/status/408289071874592769

cant find much on him- anyone have anything?  i found that he played in the 2012 LI Showcase Rising Sophomores and that he also played football.

A full game of Alejos vs. farming dale is available here: http://www.msgvarsity.com/full-game-syosset-13-farmingdale-5-1.1592788

He looks pretty good to me in what I saw. Grabbed a couple gb's, and kept his man in check.

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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #23 on: April 14, 2014, 09:13:06 am »
Ozsvath is off to solid start to the year with 25 goals in 7 games. His Hills West team is also off to a solid start at 5-2 with the two losses coming against the Smithtowns who might be the two best teams in Suffolk.

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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #24 on: May 11, 2014, 08:20:31 am »
Dear Chairman of the Board

Sean Seaberg - Defense - West Islip HS - Class of 2015

Chalk me up for the assist on this one... especially if it works out! ;D
GO SEAWOLVES!

Sean's a big kid. Will be a solid defenseman. I think he made a great choice on where to to go to school!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQsEl_Dt2XA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBNDNJkEedY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5scTxQtFFuk
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #25 on: May 11, 2014, 09:56:23 pm »
Dear Chairman of the Board

Sean Seaberg - Defense - West Islip HS - Class of 2015

Chalk me up for the assist on this one... especially if it works out! ;D
GO SEAWOLVES!

Sean's a big kid. Will be a solid defenseman. I think he made a great choice on where to to go to school!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQsEl_Dt2XA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBNDNJkEedY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5scTxQtFFuk

thanks DDT!  a good defensive class forming with a kid from syosset, a kid from west islip (both big boys) a pole from BC and a goalie from upstate.  and the year before that is chock full of defensemen with abdellatif, ross, talay, randall, and anderson.  and maciejewski in goal. 

looks like he is a lefty, can use his right though (passing and catching).  reminds me of nick maturro (not because he is from west islip) but because he is a good combo of size and pressure defense (not very common i dont think).  good checks and takes body.  it looks like he can open up the stride in transition, which is especially good for such a big frame. 

minor point but id like to see him use the stick length- its six feet, he's got long arms.  keep attackers a stick length away, especially when behind.  if they are inside on you, some consider that already beat.  good find for coach.   
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #26 on: May 13, 2014, 06:54:20 am »
Maturro was such a beast. I miss those days. Laid out some big hits and put that big body in front of anyone's shot. I have not made it to many West Islip varsity games this year so only saw Seaberg at the JV level last year. Hope to get to some Suffolk playoff games so should see him soon.


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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #27 on: May 19, 2014, 09:29:46 pm »
Oszvath at HHH ended up with 53, 4, which is 3rd in Suffolk for goals and 6th on LI in goals.  He's only a sophomore and scored at least 2 in each game. 

They finished the season poorly at Northport in the playoffs, but had one nice upset against Whitman and nearly toppled West Islip on the road. 
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #28 on: May 29, 2014, 03:03:40 pm »
Playoff update:

Ozsvath at HHH West finished 11-6 with a playoff loss to Northport, who they beat earlier in the year.  They beat Whitman earlier in the year.  Ozsvath piled up 53, 4 in his junior season in 17 games. 

Alejo at Syosset went 13-5, defeating Hicksville in the first round and losing to Massapequa in the second.  Biggest win was Oceanside, nearly toppled CSH on the road, losing in OT. 

Daly and Lynbrook are an astounding 18-1 and will play red-hot Rocky Point for the LI Championship on Saturday.  The Owls won three playoff games to obtain the Nassau B title, doubling up Bethpage and Manhasset on the way.  Biggest win was Oceanside.  Daly recorded 26, 13 in his junior year: http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/player.php?id=150112&schoolyear=2014

Howell at Wilson West Lawn are currently 24-1 with two big wins over Hershey, winning Berks County, and then another playoff win over Emmaus.  They take on Avon Grove on Saturday.  Laxpower likes WWL at #90 in the CPU ratings, if that's worth anything to you.  Howell has 17, 10 so far: http://highschoolsports.pennlive.com/school/west-lawn-wilson-high-school/boyslacrosse/

Comber at Bethlehem finished 7-10, i dont think they made the playoffs.  They play a brutal schedule and the scores were kept pretty low with Comber in cage.  They defeated Lasalle, Colonie, and CBA. 

Seaberg and West Islip closed out the season at 13-7 with a loss in the conference championship to Smithtown East.  Notable wins include WM and Smithtown West, both in the playoffs.  The defense was pretty dominant for most of the season.  Laxpower CPU has them at #83 nationally. 

Hughes at Shoreham (with Anderson) finished 9-8 in the Section B 11 gauntlet, im not sure if they made the playoffs.  They had a big setback last year over the dismissal of a longtime coach, who brought them to the national spotlight and kept them there for many years.  Hughes tallied 26, 7 on the year: http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/player.php?id=151052&schoolyear=2014
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Re: 2016 Recruits- Class of 2019
« Reply #29 on: June 02, 2014, 03:20:22 pm »
Playoff update:

Daly and Lynbrook are an astounding 18-1 and will play red-hot Rocky Point for the LI Championship on Saturday.  The Owls won three playoff games to obtain the Nassau B title, doubling up Bethpage and Manhasset on the way.  Biggest win was Oceanside.  Daly recorded 26, 13 in his junior year: http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/player.php?id=150112&schoolyear=2014

Daly went 19-21 on draws in the LI Champ game and added a goal.  He's a big strong kid