1. Will Frisoli, Senior, LSM, St. Sebastian’s – Harvard

One of the most dominant players in the nation. He’s a beast at ground balls, creates transition offense, and isn’t afraid to step up beyond the midfield line himself. He’s a threat to do something game-changing whenever he has the ball, but he’s going to shutdown a top opposing offensive player as well.

2. Michael Swirbalus, Senior, Midfield, St. Sebastian’s – Duke

The former Westwood High School star was originally committed to Cornell and was recruited by Harvard and Michigan. One of the elite midfield talents in New England.

3. Deven Varney, Senior, Goalie, Roxbury Latin – Penn

The future Quaker continues to rank as the top goalie in the state. He shuts down the best talent in the ISL on a consistent basis for Roxbury Latin.

4. Anthony Forziati, Senior, Attack, Wakefield – Boston University

As a sophomore, he tallied 59 goals and 41 assists for the squad that went 20-1 and dominated the Division 2 North. The BU recruit missed all of last season with a hockey injury, but should help put the Warriors back on the map this season.

5. Michael Tobin, Senior, Midfield, Reading – UMass

Tobin and the Rockets won Division 2 in their first season playing down a division. Tobin, who is UMass bound to join his brother, Kevin, exploded for some goals to open the second half and give the Rockets their title last season.

6. Cole Biggins, Senior, Defense, Duxbury – Army

A speedy defender, Biggins is the top defender of the Massachusetts public schools. Duxbury is always tough to score against, and Biggins has been a big reason why the past two seasons.

7. Jason Child, Senior, Attack, Needham – Boston University

Child finds ways to score from everywhere on the field, but is most effective at X. He highlights a strengthening presence for Terriers prospects in Massachusetts.

8. Isaac Tallino, Junior, Midfield, Natick – Johns Hopkins

A strong shooter first, Tallino was recruited as a freshman to go to Hopkins out of a public school. He does a lot of things well, including dodging and passing, to go with his plus-shot.

9. Collin Almeida, Senior, Midfield, Falmouth – Penn State

Everything about Almeida is quick. He moves quick, has an electric shot, and can change the course of a game in the blink of an eye. Scored 75 goals last season.

10. Michael Roche, Senior, Midfield, North Andover – Maryland

Maryland’s entire recruiting class for next season looks dominant, and that Roche is a headliner on it says a lot about the North Andover star. He’s an elite scorer and creates his own space, and space for his teammates to score.

11. Charlie Peck, Senior, Defense, Rivers – Lehigh

The all-ISL defender has starred with the Fighting Clams for a few seasons and projects to fit in well with the always-stingy Lehigh defense.

12. Matt Ward, Senior, Attack, Lincoln-Sudbury

Despite their constant success, Lincoln-Sudbury players can be lost in the shuffle with their lack of flair. Ward has been a huge part of their dynasty, and will be their leader as they look to get back to the top again.

13. Luke Moriarty, Senior, LSM, Governor’s – Princeton

The three-sport star has emerged as one of the tougher defenders to go against in the ISL. An Andover native, he’s made the Govs a tough team to play against.

14. Dominic Carter, Senior, Attack, Marlborough – Rutgers

Carter is easily overlooked with a school that hasn’t competed too often in the upper echelon of elite teams. A faceoff specialist who can also score, he was recruited heavily before deciding to go to Rutgers.

15. Danny Angell, Senior, Attack, Littleton – Quinnipiac

The big attackman can bowl his way through to make plays but his footwork is good enough to deke defenders as well. A strong dodger, his quickness can catch opponents off guard.

16. Blake Brookes, Junior, LSM, Belmont Hill – Johns Hopkins

The Belmont Hill defender is quick for his size. Brookes is aggressive and causes a lot of turnovers when he’s on the ball.

17. CJ Baroni, Senior, Midfield, Governor’s – Bucknell

Baroni has had the Govs competing in the tough ISL the past couple of seasons. He has a presence on the field on both sides of the ball.

18. Michael Hughes, Senior, LSM, Brooks – Providence

Hughes had another strong campaign as a junior and remains an emerging star in the ISL.

19. Jacob Alexander, Senior, Faceoff, Franklin – Bryant

Alexander has been overlooked at times in the state, but he’s arguably the toughest faceoff specialist in the MIAA.

20. John Schofield, Junior, Defense, Medfield – Lehigh

Schofield, like Peck, projects well in Lehigh’s defense in the future. A ground ball and run-out machine, he’s a big reason the Warriors always have a tough defense.

21. Aidan Carroll, Junior, Attack, BC High

Plays every position on offense from a lead dodger to working at X to playing on the wing. Has been an offensive leader for a BC High team focused on defense. Can score from nearly anywhere on the field.

22. Brendan Tully, Senior, Midfield, Foxborough – Providence

One of several Providence prospects in the Hockomock region, Tully has been a big part of the Warriors competing the past couple of seasons.

23. Mason Dorr, Junior, Defense, Concord Carlisle

Due to injuries, Dorr sort of pushed past Welles Hatch in the rankings for the Patriots, but is part of a strong defensive core overall.

24. Sean Fagen, Senior, Attack, North Reading – Bentley

North Reading has emerged as the top team in the Cape Ann League the past few seasons, and Fagen has been their leader. He’s already eclipsed 100 career goals.

25. Matt Suffredini, Junior, Goalie, Winchester

Suffredini more than lived up to the hype last season. The Sachems made a lot of noise in a cluttered D2 North and had the reputation as a team tough to score on.

26. John Dixon, Junior, Faceoff, Nobles – Georgetown

Possibly a bit under the radar despite playing with an elite ISL program. Dixon changes games with his possession skills.

27. Charlie Weitzel, Junior, Defense, Roxbury Latin

He’s been a shutdown defender for two seasons playing in front of Deven Varney, and should take another leap as a junior.

28. Collin Bergstrom, Junior, Defense, Roxbury Latin – Brown

The Brown recruit put himself higher on the radar with a shutdown 2018 season playing for one of the stronger defenses in the ISL.

29. Andrew Johnson, Senior, Defense, Nobles

The longpole takes over as one of the true leaders of the team this season with so many big graduations.

30. Ned Lynch, Senior, LSM, Deerfield – Army

One of the toughest LSMs to play against in because he’s not afraid to punish opposing offensive players. He’s a heavy checker and plays best in a man-to-man defense.

31. Caleb Hammet, Junior, Faceoff, Hanover – Army

Hanover had a rough 2018, but not due to Hammet’s play. He remains one of the top faceoff specialists in the MIAA.

32. Tim Roberts, Senior, Defense, Governor’s – Vermont

Govs has a lot of strong defenders, and Roberts emerging as a starter makes them stronger.

33. Jack Barron, Senior, Midfield, Longmeadow – Furman
34. Hugh Curran, Junior, Defense, Needham

Needham is typically tough to score on and Curran’s development has made him a leader there.

35. Mason Fitzgerald, Senior, Goalie, Cohasset – Providence

The Skippers won some big games last season, and Fitzgerald was always a big reason why. Allowed just a tick over six goals per game last season.

36. Matthew Rocha, Senior, Goalie, Melrose

Much like Winchester, Melrose was a D2 North team that was difficult to score on. Rocha has quietly become an elite public school goalie.

37. Carter Rice, Sophomore, Midfield, BC High
38. Christian Gastonguay, Junior, Midfield, Chelmsford

The Lions have had their ups and downs. Gastonguay has been a positive the past two seasons.

39. Ethan Barnard, Senior, Faceoff, St. John’s Prep – Vermont
40. Eric Raguin, Junior, Attack, Acton-Boxborough – Brown

In AB’s stunning run last season, Raguin was a leader as an underclassman. Quietly rising as one of the best scorers in the start.

41. Mac Fotiades, Senior, Goalie, St. Sebastian’s – Michigan
42. Charlie Nowell, Senior, Goalie, Pingree – Hartford
43. Sam Jean, Senior, Attack, Xaverian – Wesleyan

A quick shot and good at deceiving defenders. He puts the ball on net and does it before defenders know he’s about to shoot. Buries a lot of goals around the net.

44. Nathan LaLibertie, Junior, Attack, Governor’s – Bryant

The faceoff specialist made a big impact in the Govs lineup in his first season.

45. Tommy Miller, Junior, Midfield, Rivers – Villanova

Controls an offense from the midfield. Great dodger, gets involved on defense to create transition offense off the clear. Definition of a two-way middie.

46. Jonathan Ford, Senior, LSM, Deerfield – Notre Dame

A playmaking LSM, Ford is extremely versatile. He scoops up ground balls and does a solid job moving the play up field. Also a huge player on the wing off faceoffs for Deerfield.

47. Ronan Doherty, Sophomore, Defense, Groton

One of the elite defenders on the club scene, Doherty is due to breakout as a sophomore.

48. Jayce Lambert, Post Grad, Attack, Thayer – Holy Cross

The quick attackman is the definition of an offensive quarterback. He controls everything that happens with an offense working from X. Tremendous passer that can also burn you shooting one-on-one.

49. Henry Bonnie, Junior, Attack, Deerfield – Dartmouth
50. Michael Lampert, Senior, Attack, Wayland

Wayland made some noise last season thanks to their scoring prowess, Lampert was their leader. Notched 47 goals and 58 assists last season.

51. Dylan Gardner, Senior, LSM, Xaverian – Michigan

Strong one-on-one defender who isn’t afraid to get physical. He’s a pure shutdown guy who is going to play against a team’s top offensive player no matter the position.

52. Pat Ryan, Senior, Goalie, Groton – Navy

One of the best in the state at creating clears and offense the other way, Ryan also uses all of his 5’11 frame to block the net and give shooters little space to aim at.

53. Michael Chabra, Junior, Midfield, Austin Prep – Providence

Austin Prep has been solid the past two seasons in a stagnant Division 3 North. Chabra has been one of the few must-watch players in the region.

54. Conor Zachar, Junior, Midfield, Phillips Andover – Harvard

The two-way midfielder has strong defensive instincts but can bring some offensive qualities to his game as well. He’s lanky but has deceptive speed.

55. Martin Folan, Junior, LSM, BC High – Holy Cross

This season will be big for Folan with Will Bowen and Tommy Joyce gone. He’ll be commanding it, and has the lacrosse IQ to do a good job. Can take draws with the longpole as well.

56. Michael Pisanelli, Senior, LSM, Pingree – St. John’s
57. Jackson Klein, Junior, LSM, St. John’s – Furman
58. John Marshall, Junior, Defense, Andover – Boston University
59. Robert Gallop, Senior, Midfield, Berkshire – Boston University
60. Jacob Rosado, Senior, Defense, Falmouth – UMass Lowell
61. Teagan Alexander, Junior, Goalie, Xaverian – Bryant
62. Andrew Vona, Junior, Goalie, Lincoln-Sudbury – Hobart

Lincoln-Sudbury won’t be down for long, expect Vonas to backstop some big games.

63. Joe Goguen, Senior, Attack, Belmont Hill – Villanova
64. Conor Foley, Senior, Attack, Walpole – UMass Lowell

Walpole has lost a bit of their leadership the past few seasons, but Foley has been a constant.

65. Johnny Goudreault, Junior, LSM, Dover Sherborn – Navy

Dover-Sherborn is looking to get back to the top of the D3 mountain. Goudreault is going well when the team is at their best.

66. Welles Hatch, Junior, LSM, Concord Carlisle

Hatch has strong footwork and positioning and makes a difference when he’s in the lineup and healthy.

67. Joey Ford, Senior, Attack, Williston Northampton – Rutgers

A bit off the grid out west, Ford shouldn’t be overlooked.

68. Sam Ward, Junior, Attack, Hingham

The Harbormen made a strong Division 1 debut but lose a lot heading into this season. Ward will be the guy they look to.

69. Ryan Skripps, Sophomore, Goalie, Acton Boxborough

Skripps’ poise in the Colonials run to the state title game was notable. As a sophomore he’s going to be one of several big goalie prospects in the north.

70. Brendan Fennell, Sophomore, Attack, Melrose

Melrose was known more for preventing goals, but Fennell was scoring big ones for them in 2018.

71. Paul D’Eramo, Sophomore, Attack, Burlington

The Red Devils have been up and down, but D’Eramo looks like a prospect who could make some noise.

72. Quinn Richards, Junior, Goalie, Belmont Hill – Air Force
73. Finn Garritty, Junior, Midfield, Lincoln-Sudbury

Now a junior, Garritty is a part of the next wave of elite Warriors talent.

74. Jake Erickson, Senior, Attack, Acton Boxborough – Ithaca

The Colonials are Raguin’s team on offense, but Erickson made some noise last season. As a senior, he leads them in other ways.

75. Matt Freitas, Senior, Goalie, Catholic Memorial

The Catholic Conference is tough, and Freitas has competed hard against the best talent in the state.

76. Gray Thomas, Junior, Midfield, Cohasset

His brother, Will, is off to Providence, so this is Gray’s offense. Scored some big goals early last season. Notched 54 assists last season.

77. Will Zink, Senior, Attack, Nobles

Was second in the ISL with 52 points a season ago.

78. Cam Martin, Senior, Defense, St. Sebastian’s
79. Matt Cawley, Junior, Defense, Westwood
80. Matt Lazzaro, Sophomore, Attack, Franklin
81. Jack Wood, Senior, Attack, Governor’s – Brown

Wood was a good Govs’ team’s top scorer a year ago.

82. Carl Callahan, Sophomore, Midfield, Wellesley
83. Hunter Gregory, Sophomore, Attack, Dover-Sherborn
84. Jimmy Freehill, Sophomore, Defense, St. Sebastian’s
85. George Egan, Junior, Goalie, Hingham – Vermont
86. Aidan Sullivan, Junior, LSM, Nauset
87. Will Milewski, Junior, Defense, Tabor
88. Garrett McKinnon, Junior, Goalie, Scituate
89. Michael Regan, Junior, Defense, Chelmsford
90. Brendan DiSilva, Junior, Midfield, Reading
91. Pat Ryan, Senior, Defense, Groton – Navy
92. Ricardo Carreras, Senior, Midfield, Algonquin – St. John’s
93. Colin Burns, Senior, LSN, Marshfield – Endicott
94. Joe Goguen, Senior, Attack, Belmont Hill – Villanova
95. Sawyer Moody, Senior, Attack, Phillips Andover – Penn
96. John Wright, Senior, Goalie, Wilbraham – Delaware
97. Griffin Schutz, Sophomore, Attack, Deerfield – Boston University
98. Will Vincent, Junior, Midfield, Dexter – Holy Cross
99. Owen Boss, Junior, Attack, St. John’s – Air Force
100. Cam Barisano, Junior, Midfield, Westford – Fairfield