Carson Wallace is a 2016 Attack/Mid from Houston Christian High School in the HTX. The big lefty's threats are multiple as he is able to lean in and apply tons of pressure to on ball defenseman with the ball in his stick. Once he's into you, he has the ability to turn the corner and get the ball to the back pipe with a guy draped all over him. Equally impressive is Wallace's big shot from the outside. Whether on the shooting corner with time and room or dodging from up top on the run, Wallace can bring it from a variety of release points. He's a tough player that wins tough g.b.'s and works hard every time he is on the field.
G.W. Bodden from TMI-The Episcopal School of Texas is another lefty 2016 that can really play. At 5'8'' & 170 lbs, Bodden is pure power and muscle. He plays low to the ground and is extremely explosive within his dodges and change of directions. Bodden is a carrying/feeding attack man with solid vision and poise. G.W. can also hurt you off ball and finishes off of inside feeds with regularity. His grit and determination wins him plenty ground balls and is an absolute menace in riding game. Bodden enters his final season of high school ball next spring, and we expect him to have a field day in San Antonio next season.
2019 Michael Colpack is the real deal. This rising freshman comes in at 6 feet tall, 155 pounds, and he's just getting warmed up. He's blessed with size, speed, and quick feet, and, while Colpack is certainly ahead in athleticism compared to a lot of his peers, the best part of his game is his skill set. This lefty can do it all. He's slick, shoots the ball in a variety of ways (overhand, low to low, low to high, 3/4 bouncers), uses fakes to freeze defenders/open up space for dodges, and finishes by moving goalies with consistency. Colpack is a difference maker on any field that he steps onto and is never scared of the moment. We're excited to watch him continue to develop and begin his high school career at ESD.
Last but certainly not least is 2018 Attackman, Tiernan Schindel, from Cedar Ridge in Austin. Tiernan is the youngest of four lacrosse players and has a great conceptual understanding of the game. Schindel is a great finisher that does an excellent job of increasing his angle on 1 vs 1 opportunities. As a ball carrier, he is not afraid to initiate contact with his head up and has the vision and skills to distribute the rock well under pressure. Off ball, he makes defenders work hard to track him and finds himself open on the crease often. He is a patient finisher with great hands so he finds the back of the net with regularity once he's been fed.