Recruiting Notebook: McKenna Commits to Utah, Abramovitz to Air Force

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So far this week Utah has picked up a commitment in the 2020 class, and Air Force landed a 2019 in-state commitment. Utah picked up a commitment from Kevin McKenna and Issac Abramovitz committed to Air Force. Both players announced their commitments on Monday night. 

2020 Archbishop Stepinac (N.Y.) midfielder Kevin McKenna announced his commitment to Utah on Monday night. The junior chose Utah over Sacred Heart, Stony Brook, Marist, Albany, and Bryant. McKenna took his official visit to Utah back in January. 

The junior midfielder dual-sport athlete, playing football as well. McKenna is a good dodger as he can explode past his defender and get off a quick shot from up top or on the wings. McKenna can be a threat as a shooter or a feeder from all over the field and has the skill-set to play as a defensive midfielder as well. He knows how to use his speed, quickness, and size to his advantage on both ends of the field. 

Air Force picked up a commitment from 2019 Rock Canyon (Colo.) goalie Isaac Abramovitz. He is another commitment added to a huge class that the Falcons currently have. 

The 6-foot, 190-pound goalie is able to make saves from a variation of different ranges. Abramovitz is very good at saving outside shots and shots coming from down the alley. The goalie is able to get himself in the right position to make the play at any time. Abramovitz is also able to clear the ball very well and make the right decision. He can also come out of the cage to walk the ball up during a clearing situation. 

 

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