Recruiting Notebook: Michigan, Drexel Land Commitments

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A few pieces of recruiting news has dropped over the past few days, two instances include players that have committed elsewhere after decommitting of flipping their commitment. 

Monmouth got a commitment from 2019 Germantown (Pa.) M/FO  Liam Rosato who flipped from Drexel and Michigan has picked up a commitment from 2020 Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) midfielder Kyle Stephenson who decommitted from Rutgers last month. 

The senior faceoff man out of Germantown Academy (Pa.) is able to win the faceoff cleanly to himself and take off, getting that offense started. He can take it to the cage or dish out an assist when taking the ball straight down the middle off of the faceoff as well. While he can pop the ball out in front of him very well, Rosato can also win the battles and pop the ball out in any direction. He can also get back on defense and cause havoc when he loses the faceoff. 

The Faceooff man helped lead Germantown Academy to the Inter-AC playoffs where they lost in the quarterfinals. 

A big-time shooter, the midfielder from Seton Hall Prep (N.J.)/Leading Edge is a scoring machine. He is able to do a lot of damage as a shooter up top. Stephenson is also a threat from inside, mid-range, and on the wings as well. He also has the ability to be a passer or a shooter when on the run or in transition. Stephenson rides very well and can force turnovers to create more opportunities for his team, settled and unsettled. 

Stephenson had helped Seton Hall Prep to a 20-1 season thus far with wins over teams such as Malvern Prep (Pa.), Delbarton (N.J.), Darien (Conn.), and others. 

In addition VMI has gotten a commitment from 2020 St. Christopher’s (Va.)/Amped faceoff man Jeff Moore and Coronado (Ca.) goalie Joe Walsh has committed to Colgate. 

 

 

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