High Rollers: TN- Players Who Impressed



After a successful weekend in Nashville, Tennessee, Adrenaline left Vanderbilt University campus with an undoubted excitement to return the following year. The talent found in and surrounding the music city capital of the U.S. was striking, and recruiters felt the same satifisfaction of a weekend well spent. Our Adrenaline evaluation team was on site evaluating players for future recruiting event hosted all over the country, among them were the below who impressed.

Zach Welsh (2017/Goalie/Bexley High School)- “Zach is not a big guy in size but he plays big in the cage.  This lefty was explosive in the cage making some very dynamic stops, especially in tight.  He also showed his athleticism bringing the ball up the field highlighting his skill set in the clearing game”

Caleb Elerick  (2017/Attack)/JPII)- “Caleb shows his talents being versatile at X.  This attackman could carry with either hand showcasing himself as a feeder and goal scorer.  He is a scrappy player who always got to the cage either drawing a slide or finishing on his own”

Emory Weaver (2017/Midfield/Christian Brothers High School)- “Emory was middie with good size who could do it all.  He has the ability to win face-offs as well as showcase the range on his outside shot”

Steven Racinski (2017/Midfield/ The Hill Academy)- “Steven, a Hill Academy product, was consistent all tournament showcasing his box lacrosse skill set.  He was very versatile being a triple threat whether dodging, feeding or finishing.  He has strong IQ making himself dangerous with or without the ball”

Mack Dickie (2017/LSM/Defense/Centennial High School)- “Mack was the biggest standout on the defensive end of the field. This big lefty imposed his will on ball carriers.  He brings a physical style of play and also showed his finesse game when pushing transition clearing the ball”

Sam Duffie (2017/Attack/ A C Flora High School)- “Sam is a tough attackman that finds a way to always make a play.  This lefty can dodge and feed, showing he can use either hand scoring goals”

Jackson Nash Bolton (2017/Defense/ Martin Luther King Magnet High School)- “Nash was solid all weekend and was hard to beat.  He showcased his skill set by always coming up with key ground balls”

Thank you to our Director Jay Sothoron, Bellarmine University, for all his help! Click here for pictures of the event, compliments of talented Morgan Crutchfield, LaxMoPhoto.

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