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Juniors Open 2023 LSM Recap

By Sirius Lacrosse, 06/25/21, 12:45PM EDT


Juniors Open 2023 LSM Evaluation

2023 Juniors Open LSM Ranking and Evaluation

This is the evaluation and rankings of 2023 LSM's at the Juniors Open. Pro comparisons were only made when our evaluators thought that it was a good match. These rankings were made by combining the evaluations from the 30+ evaluators that were on site. 

1. Pasha Hakimi, St. Albans School (Dc.), Next Level

  • #1 rated ground game, overall size, strength, weight, #2 rated hands, lacrosse skill, stick skills and height

“Beast in the middle of the field”

“Great skills off the ground and in transition”

Pro Comparison: Jeff Connors

2. Brett Spallina, Mount Sinai High School (N.Y.), Team 91

  • #1 rated passing, checking, versatility and alpha leadership, #2 rated lacrosse IQ and team d #3 lacrosse skill and ground game

“The most complete LSM at the event”

3. Will Cohen, Landon School (Md.), Next Level

  • #1 rated checking, feet, speed and team d

“Great skills in transition”

“Has a gear others don’t have”

4. Glenn Platania, Saint Anthony’s High School (N.Y.), Team 91 

  • #1 rated athleticism, lacrosse IQ, #2 rated ground game and compete level

“Athletic and skilled with a great motor. Will be a high D1 recruit”

Pro Comparison: John Sexton

5. Isaiah Rose, Georgetown Preparatory School (Md.), Madlax DC Dogs

  • #2 rated feet, speed and strength 

“Athletically on another level. Creates fastbreaks”

“Great feet and decision making in transition”

6. Aiden Bodonyi, Western Reserve Academy (Oh.), Resolute

  • #1 rated hands, stick skills, height and lacrosse skill 

“Has the handle of a short stick”

“Great length and elite stick skills”

Pro Comparison: Joel White

7. James "JP" Underwood, Sacred Heart Preparatory (Ca.), ADVNC, West Coast Starz

  • #2 rated lacrosse skill, #4 rated lacrosse IQ

"Very polished player, ideal size and skill for the next level"

8. Owen Staunton, Ridgewood High School (N.J.), NJ Riot

  • #1 rated compete level, #4 rated ground game

9. Bradley Johnson, Calvert Hall College High School (Md.), Crabs

  • #2 rated weight, #3 rated height and athleticism 

“Moves well for his size”

10. Jack Jeffcoat IV, New Hampton School (N.H.), True Lacrosse

  • #3 rated size and passing

“Skilled and athletic”