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IL Highlights SA’s Faison, Testa, Benjamin’s Hogan in Coverage of 2024 Prime Time Summer Invitational

via Inside Lacrosse website

Faison, Ligas, Colella, Curry Shine at 2024 Prime Time Summer Invitational

Excerpt:

IL was on-site at Yale University on June 15 and 16 to take in the third-annual Prime Time Summer Invitational. Terry Foy was in attendance on Saturday and Dan Aburn was there on Sunday.

Dylan Faison, M, Saint Andrew’s (Fla.), Team 91 Storm
Evaluation Score: 91

It takes five seconds (if that) to identify that his athleticism is on another level. What makes him one of the most sought-after players in the class is his command over the game, which for me stood out in one transition sequence vs. Cavalry when he subbed on in transition, the defense failed to pick him up and, instead of settling for an eight-yard shot, he got all the way to the dirt and pinged a corner one-on-one with the goalie. He is effective dodging from the wing and down the alley, but does his best work inverting, getting defenders into a blender around X.

Campbell Hogan, A, Benjamin (Fla.), Shore 2 Shore
Evaluation Score: 87

A slick, slippery dodger around the goal, he has good change-of-direction and turns the corner well and with intention. Shows good chemistry with his teammates, capable as a dodger and a scorer.

Nick Testa, A/M, Saint Andrew’s (Fla.), Team 91 Storm
Evaluation Score: 86

He’s a really skilled offensive player who has a blend of balance and explosiveness that helps him put pressure on opposing defenses. He mixes nicely alongside Tyler Byrnes, Devin Paccione and Dylan Faison offensively — he’s the one who plays with the biggest chip on his shoulder, trying to get the ball into the back of the net.

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