FLG Recruiting Feature: Class of 2022 Boys Attackman

This is an interview feature with some of the best attackmen in the Class of 2022. Below are your attackmen for the FLG 2022 Boys team, included is player’s high school, intended major, what makes these players unique, three words to describe themselves, and highlight videos.

Jason Kozak, Floral Park

What is your name, high school, and position?

Jason Kozak, Floral Park Memorial, Attack

What is your potential major you are interested in?

Physical Therapy 

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

What makes my game unique is being smart with the ball and making the right decision. 

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

My greatest lesson I’ve learned in lacrosse is practice makes perfect. 

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

My favorite lacrosse memory is scoring the game-winning goal against Wheatley/Carle Place High School. 

What are you looking for in a school?

I’m looking for a school with great academics, an enthusiastic environment, and a close-knit lacrosse team. 

What are three words to describe yourself?

Three words that describe me are smart, hardworking, and reliable.


Jake Cenci, West Islip 

What is your name, high school, and position?

My name is Jake Cenci I play for West Islip high school and FLG and I play attack.

What is your potential major you are interested in?

My potential major in college will be business.

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

What makes my game unique is that most players never know if I’m a lefty or righty which makes it sometimes hard to cover me.

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

The greatest lesson I learned in lacrosse was discipline and being a team player.

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

My favorite lacrosse memory is being a buddy to special needs kids and teaching them to play lacrosse. 

What are you looking for in a school?

 I am looking for a good college that has my major and to have good chemistry with the coach and my teammates.

What are three words to describe yourself?

3 words to describe me are:  hardworking, dedicated, and competitive 

Here is the link to his highlight tape: https://sportsrecruits.com/athlete/jake_cenci?video=717504


Matthew Perfetto, Manhasset

What is your name, high school, and position?

My name is Matthew Perfetto. I go to Manhasset High School and I am an attackman. 

What is your potential major you are interested in?

At this time, I am undecided on a major. But, I think I would like to do something in business or law.

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

I feel like I have a good balance of being able to create for myself but also being able to create for my teammates.

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

Staying level-headed and overcoming adversity. During the course of a game and a season, not everything will go perfectly, stay focused, believe in yourself, continue to work and success will come. 

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

My favorite lacrosse memory is being able to compete in one of the biggest rivalries in lacrosse, the Woodstick Classic. 

What are you looking for in a school?

I am committed to Cornell University. It is a school that will allow me to not only play at a high level but also one that has great academics and will help me with my future outside of lacrosse. 

What are three words to describe yourself?

Motivated, dedicated, and passionate.


Patrick Callahan, Chaminade 

What is your name, high school, and position?

I am Patrick Callahan from Chaminade High School. I play lefty attack.

What is your potential major you are interested in?

I am interested to study business as my major in college. Especially finance.

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

What makes my game unique from others in be a lefty always me to play true to the position where I am in the right spot and not fading into areas where right-handed left attack players would go. I am able to listen to coaches and execute the play how they would think of it due to that ability.

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

I think the greatest lesson I learned in lacrosse is teamwork. While playing lacrosse we are always looking for one more pass and getting the easy goal and that comes from teamwork which FLG has been a great influence on.

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

My favorite lacrosse memory would be hanging out with teammates in between games and having a great time.

What are you looking for in a school?

I am looking for a school that has high regard for academics as well as social life. 

What are three words to describe yourself?

Three words would be energetic, optimistic, and persevering. 

Highlight Tape: ?

Joseph Scandalios, Portledge

What is your name, high school, and position?

Joseph Scandalios, Portledge School, Attack/LSM

What is your potential major you are interested in?

Undecided 

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

Smart decisions/ Versatile

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

Learned how to strive and succeed as a team.

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

Traveling to Florida freshman year of high school as a team for spring break.(Portledge team)

What are you looking for in a school?

Good academics, active campus

Joseph Cieleski, Long Beach 

What is your name, high school, and position?

Joseph Cieleski, Long Beach High School, Attack/Middie

What is your potential major you are interested in?

Physicians Assistant 

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

I have good knowledge of the game and a strong ability to see the field.

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

Lacrosse has taught me how to be a good teammate and work well with others to accomplish a mutual goal.

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

Winning my first lacrosse summer tournament playing with my town team. 

What are you looking for in a school?

I would like to play in college but athletics is the most important to me. I would like to go to a school with exceptional academics, with my major of interest, and hopefully high-level lacrosse. 

What are three words to describe yourself?

Intelligent, hardworking, and respectful.  

Here is his highlight tape: https://sportsrecruits.com/athlete/joseph_cieleski?video=680460

Jack Agres, Farmingdale

What is your name, high school, and position?

My name is Jack Agres, I attend Farmingdale High School and my primary position is attack.

What is your potential major you are interested in?

I am interested in majoring in physical education or physical therapy in college

What makes your game unique compared to other players?

What makes my game unique compared to others is I enjoy getting my teammates involved and allow the game to come to me

What has been your greatest lesson you learned in lacrosse?

Lacrosse has taught me to never take anything for granted because you never know when your playing days can be overdue to an injury.

What is your favorite lacrosse memory?

My favorite lacrosse memory is playing PAL with all my best friends when we were 5 years old.

What are you looking for in a school?

In my future school, I am looking for a team whose coach is high energy and isn’t afraid to get on me when I make a mistake. I am also looking for a program that will support me in my academic studies and will push me to be the best person I can be.

What are three words to describe yourself?

I would like to describe myself as very coachable, disciplined, and competitive

Sports recruits profile here – ?

 

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