Three juniors from the Baltimore area have verbally committed to lacrosse teams at three different local Universities – Loyola, Johns Hopkins, and Mount St. Mary’s. The students will arrive on campus in 2014 and can begin play with their school in the 2015 season.
Defenseman Sammy Bamigboye verbally committed to Johns Hopkins. He currently attends Montgomery Bell Academy in Nasvhille, and is rather new to the sport. In fact, Bamigboye has only been playing for four years which makes his achievement even more special.
Loyola University picks up Foster Huggins, a defenseman out of Texas. Huggins is a solid defender, and has earned All-Star honors at both the Philly Showcase and UNC Team Camp. He chose Loyola over several other schools being considered, including Dartmouth, Marquette, Air Force and Rutgers.
Jarrett Toy, an attacker from Sammamish Washington will be joining Mount St. Mary’s for the 2015 season. Toy, who attends Eastside Catholic High School, has earned All-Star honors of his own. Jarrett Toy has good size, and will only get stronger as he continues to grow. He chose Mount St. Mary’s over a few other schools, including Richmond, Boston University, and Robert Morris.
For more information about these new recruits, check out InsideLacrosse.com.