Who Are Florida’s Top Unsigned 2013 Players?

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Doug Stone
Doug Stone

We decided to round up some of our state’s top unsigned or uncommitted seniors.  This is the list we came up with.  We would love to hear from you, however.  If you know of a player who should be on this list please let us know.  You can use the “contact” form at the top of the website.

Barron Collier’s Matt Ihm – Matt is a prolific goal scorer and can really dish out the assists.  He has been a strong player for a long time and should be playing in 2014 somewhere.

Sandalwood’s Doug Stone – Doug is a 6’1″ Attackman with a 3.36 GPA.  He had 54 points last season as a junior.  Strengths are his good shot and is a smart player.

Palm Beach Central’s A.J. Blouin – A.J. Led PBC in points last year. The four year starter has won district championships.

Timber Creek’s Scott Turner -Attackman- Scott Turner leads the Wolves in goals, assists, and ground balls.  He has a high lacrosse IQ and a great shot.  Scott plays his best lacrosse in the biggest games.

Winter Spring’s Stefan Yocom- Attack-GPA: 3.82.  He is a four year starter, had 64 goals/ 28 assists last year.  Certainly one of Seminole County’s most talented lacrosse players.

ScottPalm Beach Central’s  Nick Fero –  Nick was edged out by A.J. Last year by one point for highest scorer. Runs the offense from X using his point guard basketball experience dodges with his head up looking to feed. Has exceptional speed and never stops moving.

Boone High School has two players on this list.  Defenesman Conner McClellan and middie Brooks Onderick.  Both players are solid players with tons of experience and should be playing at the next level in 2014.

Timber Creek’s Patrick Celentano.  Patrick is a high quality defender that has the speed to run LSM and the technique to play close defense.  He is great with a the ball and is a solid shooter when pushing the ball up the field.

Sandalwood’s Dante Consolacion – This fast midfielder is a one man clear.  He easily outruns most opponents on both offense and defense.  One of the best at moving the ball up the field.

Sandalwood’s Antonio Collins – This goalie saw a lot of rubber in 2012, making 190 saves.  He finished with a .57 save percentage.

Austin Bach
Austin Bach

Sandalwood’s Dominic Stoesser – Solidly built defenseman is smart and tenacious. He has learned from some high profile camps and his AFJROTC  experience has turned him into a quality team leader.

Palm Beach Central’s Austin Bach.  This defensemen has four years of varsity play.  He anchors the man down unit and shows solid technique.

Palm Beach Central’s Shawn Chaunutin – Shawn has returned after a year off to gain the starting goalie position. Has quick hands and gets the ball in the midfielders stick quickly on the clear.  He will leave some big shoes to fill after graduation.

Hagerty’s –

Austin Lenick  – Midfield – In 2012 Austin scored 33 goals and added 15 assists.  He was named first team Team All-Conference.  He has a

2.95 Unweighted, 3.2 weighted GPA.  He is very quick between the boxes, sets up the attack and is the best dodge and shoot player on the Hagerty team.