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John Galloway and the Jacksonville Dolphins landed a commitment in the 2022 class out of the Volunteer State on Monday night, as Collierville, Tenn., midfielder/facreoff man Eli Grizzard announced that he would be taking his talents to Jacksonville.
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Jon Torpey and the High Point Panthers landed a commitment in the 2022 class on Saturday, as Apex, N.C., junior midfielder/faceoffman Nathan Nicholas announced his commitment to the Panthers.
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Late last week, the James Purpura and the VMI Keydets landed an in-state commitment in the 2022 class, as West Potomac, Va., junior midfielder Aidan Mcclanhan announced that he would be taking his talents to Lexington in a few years.
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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights landed a commitment in the 2022 class on Wednesday, as St. John’s College, D.C., defenseman Riley Figueiras announced that he would be taking his talents Piscataway in a few years. The defenseman also considered Boston U. and Brown.
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Wednesday, November 11th marked National Signing Day for the class of 2021. And while not everyone in the 2021 class who will play college lacrosse signed today (The signing period is from Nov 11-Aug 1) or will even sign an NLI with the school they will be at next fall, there were a ton of guys who did seal the deal and put pen to paper on Wednesday.
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Cambridge, Ga., junior faceoff man/midfielder Charlie Ciardullo will be heading west in a few years, as he announced his verbal commitment to play for Bill Tierney and the Denver Pioneers on Monday evening.
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*Note: All rankings mention in this article are via Inside Lacrosse. Links to those full team and player rankings exist throughout the article.*
Wednesday marks National Signing Day for the class of 2021, and as usual, the rich will get richer.
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No team has seen quite the level of play in between the pipes as the Penn Quakers have over the past half-decade. From Reed Junkin’s freshman season in 2016 to Patrick Burkinshaw, who is heading into his junior year (second season at Penn) in 2021, the Quakers have had the pleasure of housing two of the most elite goalies in college lacrosse.
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Hey Y’all, welcome to the South Scorecard. This is a monthly column on college lacrosse recruiting in the South. Each month, I will breakdown some of the top commitments on a state-by-state basis and provide some other analysis as well.
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James Purpura and the VMI Keydets were one of multiple programs to pick up a treat on Halloween night, as they landed their first in the 2022 class with North Cross, Va., attackman Zane Ratliff announcing that he would be staying home and taking his talents to Lexington.
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