How did the school you chose separate itself from the others you considered?
The things that stood out to me the most about Salisbury during my recruiting process are the consistent high level of performance from the program, my connection with the coaching staff, the academics and the location.
How would you describe your recruiting process overall?
Overall, I enjoyed the recruiting process. I enjoyed learning about all of the different schools, visiting campuses and getting to meet coaches. It ultimately got me to where I needed to be to get a good degree, play at the next level and accomplish my goals.
What was your favorite part of the recruiting process?
My favorite part of the recruiting process was seeing all of the different schools and learning about all of the different possibilities. My goal was always to play college lacrosse and I enjoyed learning about all the different opportunties to do that.
What opportunities and information assisted you during your recruiting process?
The thing that helped me the most during my recruiting process was the opportunity to play in the biggest tournaments. 24/7 always made sure we were at the right events and playing in front of the right coaches. I also always felt like 24/7 was providing us with the tools to reach out to coaches and guiding us through the process.
Did you feel like you had support from the Team 24/7 Staff during your process? If so, how?
Yes. I feel like I always had the support of the 24/7 staff throughout my career. The staff was always focused on my development and bringing my game to the best it could be. They always put me in a position to be successful on the field and had a plan for how I could show my skills when I was playing.
What individual or showcase events, if any, did you find the most beneficial during your process?
I did not play in a ton of individual events. The two events that I found most beneficial during my recruiting process was playing at Crabfeast and the NXT Philly Showcase and Philly Invitational.
What would you tell younger players or parents to help them prepare for the recruiting process?
The best advice I would give to a younger player is to have faith in your abilities as a player and play smart lacrosse when you are at tournaments or events. If you do that, you will end up in the right place.