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In what many refer to as the finale of the recruiting calendar, over 5,000 athletes traveled to Orlando, Florida, this past weekend for the IWLCA deBeer President’s Cup. The three day event took place at a pair of venues ESPN’s Wide World of Sports and the Lake Myrtle Sports Park and featured teams spanning three graduation years in 2015s, 2016s and 2017s. With over 500 college coaches in attendance, the 200+ teams took the field and the talent level on display certainly did not disappoint.
A number of players caught our eye this weekend, as we did our best to make the rounds. Here’s a few to keep a look out for this spring high school season:
Andie Aldave, Attack, McDonogh (Md.), Sky Walkers Blue (2017)The McDonogh sophomore is phenomenal on draw controls and is a force to be reckoned with between the 30s. A strong, powerfulattacker, Aldave possesses both strength and size, and moves well all over the field. A fun player to watch,
she’s a great two way player that especially excels on the offensive side of the ball. for the game. Great field vision and stick skills set the South River sophomore apart from her competition, and she’s not afraid to take draw controls often drawing them to herself and help her team through the middle of the field.
Kate Carney, Attack, Bishop Ireton (Va.), Capital Blue (2017)A talented attacker, Carney is a phenomenal finisher and plays with a lot of poise around the crease. of where to be and when.
Megan Draddy, Attack/Midfield, Hinsdale Central High School (Ill.), Illinois Elite (2016)Draddy’s a solid two way midfielder who immediately stands out on the draw circle. She carries the ball with confidence and has phenomenal field vision offensively and in transition.
Kayla Duperrouzel, Midfield, Bishop Ireton (Va.), Capital Blue (2017)The Bishop Ireton sophomoreis a show stopper through the midfielder and possesses a knack for gaining possessions for her team on the draw, in particular. A smart, talented two way player,
Duperrouzel stands out for simply making the little things look so easy.