Hailing from North Carolina, there’s a 2019 all-star just waiting to commit to the right academic institution. 6’1” 190 pound Charles Wattleworth is a two-handed, offensive minded player that has become a serious asset for RJ Reynolds High School and the Triad Elite 2019 group. An all-conference attackman in his sophomore year, this rising star is preparing himself to help put Winston-Salem lacrosse on the map.
Making a name for himself on and off of the field, Wattleworth fills the role as leader for any team he ends up on. He’s taken his show on the road this summer, competing in events in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina, to get coaches familiar with his game. With that kind of commitment, Wattleworth is the type of athlete that can fit in with any roster.
“Coachable, team player with high lax IQ. Good passer, dodger. Can score right or left.”
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Not only is Wattleworth excelling on the field, he takes his role in the classroom just a seriously. Boasting a 4.0 GPA, this young man is making himself as valuable as possible to make sure no coaches pass him by. Count on seeing this kid dominate in the Southeast for the next couple of seasons before winding up at a campus near you.
Charles Wattleworth According To Coach:
“Dynamic, explosive, crafty offensive player. Is able to get his shot off smoothly with either hand, has great field vision and an extremely high athletic IQ. Leader on the field, passionate and enjoyable to be around. Overall great person and fantastic lacrosse player.”
– Ira Vanterpool