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2013 NALL Draft Results – We Know That Guy!

3 - Published November 2, 2012 by in Pro Lacrosse

Check out the 2013 NALL Draft Results below. Kentucky and Boston are back for year 2, and they will be joined by franchises in Rhode Island and Baltimore. We still can’t get over the fact that last year’s preseason line up of NALL teams was supposed to be Kentucky, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Jacksonville and Charlotte. Talk about turnover! But hey, that’s the risk you run with a fledgling league!

Boston and Kentucky are excited for 2013! So are we.

The first seven rounds saw Baltimore and RI drafting two players per round, while Boston and Kentucky could only take one player. Starting in Round 8, all teams could only take one player per round.

Overall there were 18 rounds of draft selections, and a couple of LAS readers and friends got drafted, including Andy Wasik, George Castle, Devin Maxwell, Ryan Hoffmeister, Evan Swiker and a couple of other guys we know! Congrats to all who got picked up and good luck making your new teams! See below for the full draft results:

ROUND 1

Rhode Island – Michael Maggio
Kentucky – Travis Bland
Baltimore – Mike Simon – Stevenson, MLL player for Chesepeake
Rhode Island – Dan McIssac
Boston – Peter Vlahakis
Baltimore – Dan Marhol

ROUND 2

Kentucky – Cody Johnson
Baltimore – Josh Funk
Rhode Island – Brian Krol – Cortland State graduate
Boston – Roman Lao-Gosney
Baltimore – Matt Alrich – huge biceps
Rhode Island – Dave Kemp

ROUND 3

Baltimore – Damian Davis
Rhode Island – James Schutt
Boston – Cameron Lao-Gosney
Baltimore – Hunter Lochte
Rhode Island-  Rich Szymanski
Kentucky – Mike McLellan

ROUND 4

Rhode Island – Kyle Skinkey
Boston – Brett Garber
Baltimore – Jordan Kenney – Megamen player
Rhode Island – Daniel Kelly
Kentucky – George Castle – Top 3 funniest guys ever
Baltimore – Andrew Wasik – D2 Pace, NLL, MLL, older baller!

ROUND 5

Boston – Steve Kennedy
Baltimore – Ben Rubeor
Rhode Island – David Wood
Kentucky – Spencer Lyons
Baltimore – Adam Miller
Rhode Island – Gareth Fabian

ROUND 6

Baltimore – Brett Holmes
Rhode Island – AJ Laffin
Kentucky – Ray Megill
Baltimore – Pete Cannon
Rhode Island – Joe Evans
Boston – Garrett Pedley

ROUND 7

Rhode Island – Craig Bunker – Former Colby FoGo/MLL player
Kentucky - Josh Kaspersak
Baltimore - Colton Bosburgh
Rhode Island – JJ Gilbane
Boston – Ryan Hotaling – Nazareth and former Boston Blazer
Baltimore – David Short

ROUND 8

Kentucky – Ethan Farrell – Lynchburg
Baltimore - John Schiavone
Boston – Ethan Vedder
Rhode Island – Matt Smalley

ROUND 9

Baltimore – Chris Boland
Boston - Rob Schlesinger
Rhode Island – Steven Boyle
Kentucky – Tom Dooley

ROUND 10

Boston – Ryan Hoffmeister – DIII player and Cascade rep. Great guy!
Rhode Island – Parker Brown
Kentucky – Matt Macsia
Baltimore – Travis Reed

ROUND 11

Baltimore - Chad Wiedemaier – Fields of Growth volunteer!
Kentucky – Art Kell
Boston – Jason Duboe – Endicott

ROUND 12

Kentucky – Stefan Schroeder
Baltimore – Evan Swiker -SSZ player, Stevens grad, PLL player
Boston – Vincent Talbot
Rhode Island – Ryan Licht

ROUND 13

Baltimore – Ian Dingman
Boston – Tom Palasek
Rhode Island – Gary Crowley
Kentucky – Vonzell Legall

ROUND 14

Boston – Griffin Meehan
Rhode Island – Matt Vizzolo
Kentucky – Jim Forsythe
Baltimore – Ryan Mason

ROUND 15

Kentucky – Devin Maxwell – Morrisville State and LAS reader! Congrats Dev!
Baltimore – Will Harrington
Boston – Matt Schainer

ROUND 16

Kentucky – Jake Davis
Baltimore - Eric DiProspero
Boston – Rian Kearney
Rhode Island – Kyle Norchi

ROUND 17

Baltimore – Ryder Henry
Boston – Nick Maggio
Rhode Island – Jameson Love
Kentucky – Audie Glass

ROUND EIGHTEEN

Boston – Lantz Carter – out of Blax Baltimore! Son of Lloyd Carter.
Rhode Island – Brandon Noble
Kentucky – Michael Diehl
Baltimore – Shawn Medlin

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