PLB: Players Who Impressed at the Mid – Atlantic IRON44COMBINE

Earlier this month, lacrosse players from around the Mid Atlantic region flocked to Tierney Field at USA Lacrosse in Sparks, Md.

The event was put on by IRON44COMBINE which is run by Q4 Lacrosse out of New Jersey. A slew of college coaches were on hand to help provide instruction and also show these players how a collegiate practice and lifestyle is for a college lacrosse player.

Here are 25 players that stood out to us from the event.

Nino Sindoni – Malvern Prep – Midfield- 2025: Sun moves with and off ball. Always has good field vision and is unselfish. Made some sick shots goal. Looking forward to seeing Nino play this Spring for Malvern Prep.

Josh Longwell – Mount St Joseph (Md.) – Attack – 2025: Josh is a smart player and displays good Lax I.Q. The 2025 Attackman has quick feet and hands. Is quite athletic and can shoot the ball GLE or up top in the offensive box.

James Westbrook – DeMatha (Md.) – D/LSM – 2024: This kid is a pitbull on the lacrosse field. A very strong player that is in shape and determined to create turnovers.

Joseph Fantinato – Mount St Joseph (Md.) – Attack – 2024: Fantinato made some smart decisions with the ball. Had good field vision and moved well from behind the goal. Looking forward to seeing how Fantinato does this season for MSJ.

Reece Millison – Archmere Academy – Attack – 2024: Millison played well throughout the event. Moved the ball well. Showed great poise when being defended. Dodged well to cage. Also hustled on the rides.

Wade Devitis – Haverford HS (Pa.) – Goalie – 2025: Wade made some big stops throughout the day. The 2025 netminder moves his feet well around crease. Always alert.

Alexander Price – St. Mary’s (Md.) – D/LSM – 2024: Price defends well. Had some decent checks and created some turnovers. St Mary’s knows how to produce good LSM’s and Defensemen and Price looks ready to be a force in 2023 for the Saints.

Tom Gress – Crofton (Md.) – Midfield – 2024: Tom moves the ball with ease and is always looking to create goal scoring chances. Has good field vision. Did well during the drill sessions.

Evan Kotkin – Saint James HS (Md.) – Goalie – 2025: Kotkin made some nice clears up the field. Led his defensemen well. The coaches has good things to say about Evan during the event.

Matthew Mitcheltree – St. Vincent Pallotti – Midfield – 2025: Matthew looks to be a hard worker and is a student of the game. Mitcheltree had some nice shots on cage during the scrimmage and drills.

Jack Storipan – Rutgers Prep (N.J.) – Goalie – 2024: Jack made a beautiful stop in the scrimmage. Was impressed with his movement around the crease. And Jack communicates well with his defensemen.

Sam O’Donnell – Bishop Shanahan (Pa.) D/LSM – 2024: Sam displayed good positioning and fluid footwork. Made some nasty checks. Is a big defender that is going to continue to get better.

Darryl Spence – Poly (Baltimore, Md.) – Attack – 2025: Spence is another player that’s going to continue to get better as he plays more. The 2025 Attackman has a nice stick and is very quick and athletic. Had a nice goal in the scrimmage.

Owen Wade – East Brunswick (N.J.) – D/LSM – 2024: Wade is aggressive at getting after it and has a nose for the ball. A strong defender, who seemed to benefit from the coaching.

Mason Suazo – Mount St Joseph (Md.) – Midfield – 2025: Mason hustled all over the field and during the skill sessions. Is good as a SSDM. And Suazo displays some excellent shots on cage that resulted in goals.

Colin Parker – Spring Mills HS (WV) – Goalie – 2024: Loved the way Parker made some stops against the scrimmage. As well as looked good when the coaches were shooting on him. Colin has quick hands to the ball to make a save.

Paul Capozzi – Jackson Liberty (NJ) – Attack – 2024: Capozzi moved the ball well and showed quick feet around the crease. Hustles on the ride and made some good shots on cage.

Vincent Reaver – Catcotin (Md.) – Attack – 2024: Reaver also moved the ball well and is unselfish looking to create scoring chances. Was alert every time during a drill and during the scrimmage.

Liam Callahan – Middletown (Md.) – D/LSM – 2025: Liam is a tall and strong longpole with a ton of athletic ability. Shows good positioning and footwork when defending. Made a couple nice checks during the skill sessions.

Jack Veach – St. Mary’s (Md.) – Midfield – 2024: Jack also moves the ball quickly and hustles up and down the field. Veach does the little things well as a Middie. He defends, shoots well on the run and gets to the ground balls.

Nolan Konecny – Atlee HS (Va.) – Midfield – 2024: Nolan does well on the fast breaks, looking for the open man. Showed some good dodges. Has quick feet and a strong Lax I.Q.

Temisola Ogunbajo – Calvert Hall (Md.) – Midfield – 2023: The Calvert Hall senior middie did a nice job moving the ball and playing defense. Ogunbajo has a ton of athletic ability and is continuing to get better as he plays the game.

Landen Martin – Northern HS (Md.) – Goalie – 2024: Martin showed good poise between the pipes. Making some tough saves. Being a goalie in these types of events is tough and Landen held his own.

Gabe Gannelli – Hampton HS (PA) – D/LSM – 2024: Gabe showed good positioning and some good poke checks. Is an animal trying to create turnovers. Is a mauler and gets after the groundballs.

Kyle Brady – Northern HS (Md.) – Midfield – 2024: Liked how Kyle moved the ball up field on the clears. Brady gets after it on the faceoffs. Shows he’s a hard worker and is coachable.

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