How did the school you chose separate itself from the others you considered?
The coaching staff at Marist really stood out and separated themselves from other staffs I had a chance to meet. The school's academics also played a big role when making my final decision.
How would you describe your recruiting process overall?
A really cool experience that I was fortunate to go through. Being an athlete that is being offered the chance to play in college is allowing me to see my dreams come true.
What was your favorite part of the recruiting process?
School visits were my favorite part. Each program and campus was different in their own unique way and I got to meet a lot of great people during this process.
What opportunities and information assisted you during your recruiting process?
The opportunity to go visit so many schools really put things into perspective with what I wanted out of a school as a whole when keeping lacrosse and academics both in mind.
Did you feel like you had support from the Team 24/7 Staff during your process? If so, how?
Absolutely my whole lacrosse career would not be nearly the same without the Team 24/7 Lacrosse program. All of the coaches have been of great assistance through it all. Coach Flanagan has worked his tail off for all of my teammates who are committed now along with more to come this Summer and next Fall!
What individual or showcase events, if any, did you find the most beneficial during your process?
I only attended a handful of showcases and prospect days throughout my recruiting process. I found that the team events we attended and being proactive when reaching out to coaches before events were the most important part of my recruiting process.
What would you tell younger players or parents to help them prepare for the recruiting process?
Work hard as you can in the years and months leading up to the recruiting process so that when the time comes for you, you can see all that work pay off.