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Young Prospects make themselves Draft eligible

09/24/2012, 7:30pm EDT
By NLL.com

More than a dozen players renounce to make themselves available for Oct. 1 Draft


Curtis Knight has made himself eligible for the NLL Draft, and is expected to be a first round selection on October 1. Photo Credit: Tim Prothero

Dhane Smith and Curtis Knight are among a group of players age 20 or younger who have made themselves available to be selected in the 2012 NLL Draft on October 1.  Smith, a standout transition player & forward for the Kitchener-Waterloo in Ontario, and Knight, who played transition & forward for Whitby this past summer, are among players who've made themselves eligible by renouncing their remaining NCAA lacrosse playing eligibilty.

The following players have also formally renounced and made themselves available to be selected in the Draft.  Player names are followed by their recent college or club team.

Coady Adamson (Adrian College)

Mitchell Banister (LaRoche College / Maple Ridge)

Broadie Birkoff (Peterborough)

Kyle Dexter (Providence College)

Davide Diruscio (Coquitlam, BC)

Tyler Garrison (Dominican University / Coquitlam)

Robert Green (Six Nations)

Tyler Glebe (London, Ont)

Matt Hummel (Mercyhurst College / Kitchener-Waterloo)

Curtis Knight (Langley, BC)

Bradley Kri (Orangeville, ON)

Joel Mathews (Detroit Mercy / Six Nations)

Cody McMahon (Orangeville)

Brandon Styres (Six Nations)

Dhane Smith (Kitchener-Waterloo)

Spencer Taugher (Onondaga CC)

Caleb Wiles (Onondaga CC / Brooklin)

The 2012 NLL Draft takes place on October 1 in Toronto at the Westin Harbour Castle.  The Edmonton Rush currently hold the first overall selection.  To see the order of selection for the six-round draft, click here.

 

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