Commitment Analysis: What Johns Hopkins is Getting in Sean Crogan

(Photo: Sean Crogan/Instagram)

Peter Milliman and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays grabbed a commitment from Lexington (Mass.) midfielder Sean Crogan on Wednesday morning. Crogan is the third commitment in the 2024 class for the Blue Jays since September 1st.

What Johns Hopkins is Getting:

The younger brother of recent Under Armour All-American selection and current Georgetown freshman Patrick Crogan, the 5-foot-8, 170-pound junior is a dangerous offensive threat up top and exhibits a ton of explosiveness each time he steps on the field. The midfielder is quick and shifty enough to beat defenders, has one heck of an outside shot, and is also a great shooter on the run. He has also shown the ability and knowhow to get open and finish off-ball, whether it be behind the defense or on the high wings. Crogan is coming off a 100-point (56G/44A) spring with the Minutemen.

What it Means for Johns Hopkins:

Rated as a four-star by Inside Lacrosse, the Blue Jays added another solid piece to its 2024 class, which already includes attackman Ben Morris (Bayport Blue Point, N.Y.) as well as Torrey Pines (Calif.) goalie Andrew Cook. Crogan and Morris

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