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Plymouth Whitemarsh’s Kaplan makes Faceoff Club’s National Rankings for face-off specialists

Sunday, 21st February 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, Features, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/21/10

Plymouth Whitemarsh senior Shawn Kaplan has been named the 20th best boys’ scholastic face-off specialist in the FaceOff Club’s National Rankings.

The FaceOff Club offers tutorials and instruction on taking face-offs on its website. It also runs a full slate of nationwide summer camps and coaching clinics as well as the United States FaceOff Championship, the National Faceoff Combine and the collegiate faceoff camps.

Kaplan, who has signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Ohio State, helped the Colonials finish 12-7 last year. He also plays for the Rebel Elite club team.

Four other Philly players were listed as Honorable Mention choices: Haverford School senior Liam O’Connor (signed with Notre Dame), Central Bucks East junior Sean Reilly (committed to Navy), Haverford School junior Joe McCallion (committed to Penn) and Spring-Ford senior Josh Sutterfield (committed to Division III Marymount).

The No. 1-ranked face-off specialist, Bridgton Academy (ME) senior Steve Knezick, also has signed with Ohio State.

1.    Steve Knezick                    Bridgton Academy (ME)                  OHIO STATE

2.    Jordan Schochet                Plano West (TX)                              BROWN

3.    Tommy Capone                 Watertown (NY)                               BROWN

4.    Thomas Kelly                    Rocky Point (NY)                             VIRGINIA

5.    RG Keenan                        Boys Latin (MIAA)                          NORTH CAROLINA

6.    Mike Brailovsky                 Wooton (MD)                                   DELAWARE

7.    Wes Lincoln                      Landon School (IAC)                        GETTYSBURG

7.    Mike Faby                         St. Paul’s (MIAA)                            JOHNS HOPKINS

8.    Graham Bayley                 Kinkaid (TX)

9.    Stephen Dolbow                 Alpharetta (GA)

10.   Justin Evans                      Harrison (GA)

11.   Nick Giampaolo                Ward Melville (NY)                            BRYANT

12.   Kevin Wylie                       Regis (CO)

13.   Chris May                         Gonzaga (DC)                                 GEORGETOWN

14.   Jasi Kubasek                     Belmont (MA)                                 HOBART

15.   Alec Douglas                     Barrington (RI)

16.   Cole McCormack               Rye (NY)                                        CORNELL

17.   Ian Gordon                        Salisbury School (CT)                      LOYOLA

18.   Corey Briggs                     Christian Bros. (MO)

20.   Shawn Kaplan                Plymouth-Whitemarsh (PA)           OHIO STATE

HONORABLE MENTION:

Stuart Madden (Christian Bros., TN); Joey McCallion (Haverford, PA) PENN; Geoff Pippin (Cookeville, TN); Alex Kinnealey (Cohasset, MA); Patrick Butler (La Jolla, CA); Ryan Usher (Armstrong, MN) MERRIMACK; Trevor Shorb (Lincoln-Sudbury, MA) COLBY; Rick Buhr (Manhassett, NY) SYRACUSE; Liam O’Connor (Haverford, PA) NOTRE DAME; Patrick Rhea (Louisville Collegiate, KY); Chris Daddio (Loudon Valley, VA) SYRACUSE; Joe Calvello (Naperville North, IL) UMASS; Evan Chaberski (Enorsville, TN); Kevin MacConnell (Glen Ridge, NJ); Sean Reilly (Central Bucks East, PA) NAVY; Ian Meador (Northville, MI); Jacob Werman (Pine Crest, FL); Ben Charpentier (Montgomery Bell Academy, TN); Kyle Clemenza (St. Andrew’s, FL); Brendan Burgwinkle (Nashoba, MA); Josh Sutterfield (Spring-Ford, PA) MARYMOUNT; Joel Berdie (Colorado Academy, CO); Mike Mouchantat (Newtown, CT); Phil Rosenberg (Newton South, MA); Spencer Ramsey (Fort Collins, CO); Alex Petsos (Dallas Jesuit, TX); Max Barrett (Concord Carlisle, MA); Alec Lucas (Coppell, TX); Brian Noonan (Wilton, CT); Alex Bugalla (Memphis University School, TN); Harrison Cassada (Milton, GA); Jason Barsky (Souhegan, NH); Jake Marston (Champlain Valley, VT)

FaceOff Club Disclaimer: With a national landscape that has thousands of HS teams and tens of thousands of players, it is impossible to identify every player out there who has top faceoff talent. This list is a compilation of players we have seen play either in spring games, summer tournament, or at our competitive and instructional events. Other players have submitted video and statistical data to us that has merited a ranking.

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