Over the weekend we saw Hampton, LIU, and Hartford all land commitments. Hartford got two 2019 commitments, while LIU and Hampton just got one commitment each from a player in the class of 2019.
Hampton got a commitment from 2019 Northwest (Md.)/Maryland Xtreme goalie Kenny Yeaher. The 5-foot-6, 135 pound goalie has good footwork, technique, and has very quick hands. He can make saves from multiple angles and coming from different ranges. Yeaher seems most comfortable saving midrange and long shots. He is also great at stopping anything that goes low, and he know how to use his body as well.
2019 Comsewohue (N.Y.) midfielder Sean Kennedy announced his commitment to LIU over the weekend. The midfielder will be part of the first DI recruiting class for LIU as they move up next season. Kennedy is a dual-sport athlete as he plays football as well. He is able to use his athleticism all over the field, making plays multiple different ways.
Hartford picked up two 2019 commitments over the weekend from Silver Creek (N.Y.) attackman Dylan Snow and Cherokee (N.J.) defenseman William Smith.
Smith is a good on-ball defender and know how to use his size and frame to his advantage. The 6-foot-2, 205 pound defenseman is very good at hustling to scoop up ground balls.
As a 6-foot-1, 188 pound attackman, Snow is able to put the ball in the back of the net from multiple spots on the field. He is able to beat his man and sting the back of the cage from in close and midrange.