|High School||Rogers High School|
|GRADE POINT AVG. (GPA) :||3.5|
|NCAA Eligibility Number :||1402620409|
|RECRUITED BY :||Athletes Graduated|
|Weight :||155 lbs|
Sport: Men’s Lacrosse
Evaluator: Kent Smith
Player: Alex Przybilla
School: Rogers High School
Position: Attack / Midfield
Height: 5’10 Weight: 155 lbs.
Other Sports: Basketball
- Ability to use his right and left hand equally well.
- Drives from behind the cage well from both directions with head up.
- Displays better than average speed.
- Good foot work and ability to change direction quickly.
- Player has demonstrated ability to play midfield and utilize his speed to transition the ball up field.
- Has good fundamental technique on ground balls.
- Shots from up top have good accuracy.
- Quick release from shots on and around crease.
- Able to draw slide and locate open player.
- Roll Dodges well with good acceleration out of the dodge.
- Shows a lot of hustle getting back to ride.
- Displays proper fundamental defensive skills (Basketball)
- Good stick protection
Weakness / Suggestions:
- Velocity on shots on the run from the midfield position.
- Could distribute the ball a little quicker to open players up field in transition.
- Stay low with knees bent and choke up on stick for ground balls in a crowd. Accelerate through and out.
- Continue to work on speed, but also spending gym time to put on a little more size.
- Needs to stay low and accelerate up and through players when making contact.
Alex displays that he has some of the key physical attributes as well as a sound fundamental base to become a very good player. He is very comfortable using both hands to shoot and pass as well as driving and dodging in either direction. His quick feet and better than average speed allows him to get a good first step on the defensive player. Alex also does a very good job of keeping his head up when dodging and is able to find the cutting midfielder or open attackman after drawing a slide. Shots from on and around the crease are placed well and the goalie is forced to move. Shots on the run and from further out do not have a lot of velocity at this stage, but the placement is good. At 155 lbs., it is very important that Alex focuses on proper technique when making contact with defenders. His ground ball play is very sound, but in crowds it is important to stay low, choke up and run through the ball. Alex also shows that he has a good sense of time and space on the field. He shows the ability to put himself in the right position and hustles to get there. Alex should continue to work on building some more size in the gym and maintaining his speed and agility.
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June 22 – 24
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July 3 – 5
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July 19 – 22
Twin Cities Showcase
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July 28 - 29
My name is Alex Przybilla, and I am number nineteen (19) on Team Minnesota 2016 Red where I play attack and midfield. I go to school at Rogers High School located in Rogers, Minnesota. I will be graduating in the Class of 2016. I have been a starter on the Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team since eighth grade. I stand at 5 feet, 10 inches, and I weigh 155 pounds. I was named Captain of the Varsity team for my junior and senior year.
My sophomore season, I was named a Brine High School All-American, and received an Honorable Mention All-Section, and All-Conference. This past Varsity season, I had 21 goals and 30 assists and was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player and All-Conference. Since my freshman year I have accumulated 182 career points (87 goals, 95 assists). I have many qualities that I can bring to any lacrosse program. I have a great lacrosse IQ with a strong field awareness. I also take incredible pride in being a team player.
I finished my junior year with a 3.53 GPA and I have been on the A Honor Roll since my freshman year. Next year, I plan on taking advanced level classes that will prepare me for the collegiate environment. I want to attend a college with high academic standards, which will allow me to pursue my educational goals.
In my community, I spend a lot of time as a volunteer lacrosse coach for the Rogers Youth Lacrosse Association. I am passionate about coaching because I love sharing my knowledge for lacrosse and I enjoy growing the sport of lacrosse to kids in the community. This past winter, I volunteered for Indigenous Lax., an organization which provides Native American kids a chance to play the sport of their people. I enjoyed this because I started to understand the heritage of lacrosse and it provided a new perspective of the game.
On behalf of myself, I would like to thank you for your thoughtful consideration to be a part of your program. .
Committed to : RIT
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