Over the past few days we have seen multiple commitments from players in the class of 2020 and 2019. Colgate picked up a commitment on Sunday, while Jacksonville got a commitment Monday night and St. Bonaventure landed a commitment on Tuesday morning.
Highland Park (Texas)/Texas Cowboys LSM/defenseman Andrew Bonnet announced his commit to Colgate on Sunday. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound junior is a dual-sport athlete, playing outside linebacker in football as well.
Bonnet is able to use his speed and athleticism to cover a lot of ground on the defensive end of the field and push the ball up the field on fast breaks. He can throw takeaway checks when defending on ball and disrupts the offense, getting in the passing lanes. The junior can also shoot and handle the ball as well.
Blessed to announce my commitment to play Division 1 lacrosse at Colgate University. Huge thanks to my family, friends, and coaches who have helped me get to where I am today. #GoGate @hplax @TexasCowboys20 @tyxanders pic.twitter.com/RM3jYEyl8k
— Andrew Bonnet (@andrew_bonnet) March 17, 2019
Jacksonville picked up an 2019 in-state commitment on Monday as Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) faceoff/midfielder Alec Frank announced his commitment to the Dolphins. The senior is a valuable asset at the midfield as well as at the faceoff dot.
Frank is able to win the draw in various different ways and get that offense started. He can also stay on the offensive side and help contribute there as well. When winning the draw cleanly Frank is able to jump start that offense and either shoot or pass in the fast break.
Blessed and excited to announce my commitment to play division 1 lacrosse at Jacksonville University! Thank you to my friends, family, and coaches for helping me achieve this dream. #duvalmission pic.twitter.com/cOe6AgHAzY
— Alec Frank (@Alec_Frank23) March 19, 2019
Former Merrimack commit Cam Germain has decided on St. Bonaventure, announcing his commitment on Tuesday morning. The defenseman out of Victor (N.Y.)/ 3d-2020 his able to use his length to his advantage on the field.
He is able to cover guys multiple spots on the field and also has the stick skills to take the ball up the field and can do some damage on the offensive end if needed. Germain hustles on slides and gets those tough ground balls as well.
Exited to announce I will be furthering my education and playing Division 1 lacrosse at St. Bonaventure University. Thank you to everyone who has helped me get to where I am today! #Unfurl #gobonnies pic.twitter.com/HnRBS2RXFV
— Cam Germain (@Cam_Germain30) March 19, 2019