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2013 Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft

We’re keeping you up-to-date on the 2013 Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft as the results come in. Which of these guys could be the next MLL All-Star?

The Supplemental Draft for the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season went down at 1pm on Wednesday afternoon, and all eight teams picked up some guys that could eventually see the field, or fill a vacant spot. It’s always tough to crack an MLL game roster, but some of these guys have a pretty good shot at it.

Pick Team Player Reaction
1 Rochester (from Ohio)  Mark Millon  At 42, can he take a full season of MLL beatings? Probably.
2 Hamilton  Kevin Cunningham  Hamilton needs help in their midfield. Good pick.
3 Charlotte  Tim Desko  Not a surprise he’s a first rounder.
4 Ohio (from Rochester)  Jeff Ledwick  Scoring Mid with good size and potential.
5 Long Island  Kevin Ridgway  Long Island needed a defender. Solid.
6 Boston  Chris Mattes  Does Boston need F/O help?
7 Denver  Charlie Cipriano  Jesse Schwartzmann gets a back up.
8 Hamilton (from Chesapeake)  Evan Kirk  Canadian Goalie whose stock is rising.
9 Rochester (from Ohio)  Dan Cocchi  Dman, good with a pole or shortie.
10 Hamilton  Sam Devore  Ex Hop defender. Could play.
11 Charlotte  Tim Fallon  Solid M/FO option. Loves lacrosse.
12 Rochester  Thomas Wood  UNC attackman. Scoring is good!
13 Rochester (from Long Island)  Pat Dutton  Played for Rochester in the past. Mid.
14 Boston  Tom Celentani  Big UMass boy. Could see time.
15 Denver  Tom Compitello  Stout LI style attackman. Baller.
16 Chesapeake  Grant Kaleikau  Baller. Watch this guy.
17 Ohio  Art Kell  Good player that could make that team.
18 Hamilton  Alex Demopolous  Will score goals for you. count on it.
19 Ohio (from Charlotte)  Diogo Godoi  Athletic, mean defenseman from UMass.
20 Rochester  Kyle Buchanan  Canadian RMU player. Some potential here.
21 Long Island  Andrew Hennesey  F/O guy. Could be a 2nd option in LI.
22 Boston  Mike Gabel  Very solid, but breaking through is hard.
23 Denver  Jimmy Dailey  Former Stevenson player with slick quickness.
24 Chesapeake  Brett Manney  Plenty of talent with the Bhawks, but Manney is good.
25 Ohio  Tim Kaiser  Another UNC defender with some potential.
26 Hamilton  John Cunningham  Princeton defender.
27 Charlotte  Nick O’Hara  Duke defender with good wheels in college.
28 Rochester  Brian Neufeld  Scorer. Could find a spot there.
29 Ohio (from Long Island)  Tim McCormack  UMass goalie.
30 Boston  Ryan Nizolek  Unprotected, then drafted again. Could see time.
31 Ohio (from Denver)  JJ Miller  D3 Messiah guy. F/O and more?
32 Chesapeake  Casey Powell  Wait, didn’t he retire from the MLL? Maybe not!
33 Denver (from Ohio)  Ethan Vedder  Could see time for Denver, has experience.
34 Hamilton  Matt Messina  Skilled and tough, an interesting option.
35 Chesapeake (from Charlotte)  Mark Staines  Brings some youth and size.
36 Chesapeake (from Rochester)  Jamie Lincoln  A scorer who could work in MD.
37 Long Island  Matt Cannone  Salisbury guy, great stick.
38 Boston  Scott LaRue  Been drafted before, people clearly like what they see.
39 Chesapeake (from Denver)  Bruce Bickford  Off to Chesapeake from Boston? Seems so.
40 Boston (from Chesapeake)  JJ Gilbane  young, fast, cornell grad. wheels help.
41 Ohio Scott Perri  Former Drexel attackman. Very good player.
42 Hamilton  Al Kohart  Penn middie has been close before.
43 Denver (from Charlotte) Adam Jones  I like this pick. Guy has potential.
44 Boston (from Rochester)  Matin Bowes Always been a scoring machine, how about the MLL?
45 Long Island  Justin Smith  Nothing wrong with experience.
46 Boston  Jeff Brown  Denver player originally from Mass.
47 Chesapeake (from Denver)  Tony Mendes  If he’s fast nowadays, he has a shot.
48 Chesapeake  Dan Hardy  Big scoring machine. Great pick up.
49 Ohio  Rob Fortunato  UVA Goalie. Quiet player, but very good.
50 Hamilton  Rhys Duch  Say it with me… Canadian All – Star.
51 Charlotte  Carter Bender  Another very good Hartford player.
52 Rochester  Jordan Levine  Good potential pick up.
53 Long Island  Parker McKee  If he got faster, he’s in business.
54 Boston  Jeff Cohen  Harvard guy. Could find a role.
55 Long Island (from Denver)  Matt Bernier  Penn State, athletic.
56 Chesapeake  Chris Schiller  Old faithful. I like it!
57 Chesapeake (from Ohio)  Joe Marra  Goalie. Potential. Good pick.
58 Hamilton  Brice Queener  Plays like Brett, except he plays attack. Somehow that makes sense.
59 Charlotte  Matt Madalon  D3 goalie, good player, more depth.
60 Rochester  Jason LaShomb  smaller D2 guy from “hurst but he’s a winner.
61 Long Island  Chris Langton  I like this pick up.
62 Boston  Craig Bunker  Ok, are there F/o issues in Boston?
63 Denver  Tom Guadagnalo  Good pick up, potential is there.
64 Chesapeake  Neil Hicks  For a Notre Dame guy, he;s downright flashy!
65 Ohio  Anthony Toresco  UMass love continues.
66 Hamilton  Devan Spilker  Has seen a little MLL time. Good player.
67 Charlotte  Kyle Moeller  Stony Brook pole with handle.
68 Rochester  Jake Deane  Haven’t heard this name in a while! Good to see.
69 Long Island  Joey Kemp  Great collegiate keeper.
70 Boston  Patrick Gaffney  Former Endicott defender with good size.
71 Denver  Dan Deckelbaum  Back to Denver!
72 Chesapeake  Zach Angel  Gtown grad, has potential.
73 Ohio  Will Harrington Towson! Finally a Tiger. Good player.
74 Hamilton  Brian Caufield  Great later round pick up.
75 Charlotte  Shayne Jackson  Young, talented, hungry. Good selection.
76 Rochester  Jake Ziegler  Jacksonville grad, and he’s a nerd. In a good way.
77 Long Island  Doug Shanahan  The original Tewaaraton winner. Does it all.
78 Boston  Tim Langmaid  Delaware defender from Mass.
79 Denver  Mikey Thompson  Oooooh, nice call Denver.
80 Chesapeake  Josh Sims  Yup, he’s still got it.
81 Ohio  Andrew Stimmel  OSU boy drafted to Ohio, will be a completive camp.
82 Hamilton  Soloman Bliss  SU Player on a comeback tear again?
83 Charlotte  Matt Lalli  Guy can play!
84 Rochester  Angus Dineley  Another good Canadian goalie.
85 Long Island  Joe Yevoli  Is Yevoli BACK for real? Hope so.
86 Boston  Frank Tufano  Good sized Drexel defender.
87 Denver  Steve Schoeffel Dukie has speed and a last shot. Could find a role.
88 Chesapeake  JP Dalton  Loyola middie. Have to like this guy.
89 Ohio  Audi Glass  think this is a CUFLA guy. awesome.
90 Hamilton  Pete Vlahakis  Old School F/o man for LI. Comeback?
91 Charlotte  Sean Aaron  Former D3 Union player.
92 Rochester  Paul Richards  Loyola player a few years out.
93 Long Island  David Hild  MiddKid gets drafted… by LI?
94 Boston  Eric Hagarty  Back with Boston for this SU grad.
95 Denver  Ken Clausen  Finally. Was waiting for that one.

And at #96, this year’s Mr. soon-to-probably-be-relevant is… Chris Hunt, drafted by Chesapeake. Guys picked last in the MLL often exceed expectations. Wait for it!

If he comes to camp ready to roll, he could be as good as anyone. That’s why this draft is kind of fun… you never know which of these guys is actually going to make a team, or even see time. There are favorites to be sure, but there are also plenty of surprises and UNC grad, Hunt, could be one of them!

There are multiple guys I don’t know off the top of my head, and probably even more spelling errors. I even missed a couple of picks. For that I apologize and place full blame on LaxDirt’s Twitter account. Just kidding, they did an amazing job of live tweeting the draft, and we would like to thank them profusely for doing so! Give ’em the old follow on the Twitterverse.

Any of these guys stand out to you as potential studs? We’re sure at least a couple of them will see some time on a pro field this Summer…


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