Big 4 HHH Prodigies Powered by Under Armour

The very best players of the class of 2019 have been invited to train with the nations top coaches, compete against elite players, and showcase their talent in front of NCAA coaches at Under Armour’s Headquarters in Baltimore. Players were selected based on recommendations from NCAA and club coaches for the event that took place June 27-29, 2016.

As if the event wasn’t already stacked with outstanding players, here are a few STANDOUT players from the class of 2019.

Jordan Anderson, M, Australia, Lakers Select (MN), Prior Lake High School

Jordan is strong and powerful player who is very fun to watch. Her great stick skills make her good on the draw. She is able to win it down the line easily and get it to herself, which is very dangerous, especially in girl’s lacrosse. If you win the draw it becomes make it take it.

Olivia Dirks, M, USA, Phantastix, Episcopal Academy

Olivia is newer to lacrosse than others being a big soccer player, but that does not stop her from standing out on the lacrosse field. She is super fast and awesome on the draw. Her speed and natural athleticism makes her dangerous in the midfield with the ability to create a lot of fast breaks.

Emily Wills, A, USA, Ultimate, Mt. St. Joseph’s

Emily is a strong left attacker and is very quick inside the 8. She is fun to watch because she is strong with her dodges but also very soft with finesse inside when there’s pressure on her so she’s able to put away a lot of shots when she gets double-teamed. Emily also plays behind the net. Being fast and powerful allows her to trick people out behind there.

 

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Standouts from Big 4HHH UA Prodigies

Big 4 HHH’s Under Armour Prodigies event is by invite only, making it extremely exclusive and elite. Players have the opportunity to be seen and coached by some of the best college coaches in the country, as well as play against top competition. This list only includes a few of the many elite players showcased at this event.

Class of 2019

Anna Griffith, M, Jamaica, Steps Elite NJ Blue / Summit High School, NJ

It seemed like Anna was all over the field at once. She was constantly around the play, causing turnovers and making plays. Her scrappiness and work ethic really made her shine. Anna was a true leader on the field in not only keeping the energy up with her constant communication but also led things down on the offensive end with tempo and playmaking.

Chloe Schaeffer, M, Ireland, Eastern Shore / Cape Henlopen High School

Chloe was scrappy and athletic, but her stick skills really made her stand out. She consistently got her hands free while driving which also enabled her to make awesome feeds and powerfully, well-placed shots. She created a ton of opportunities not only for herself, but for her teammates as well.

Class of 2020

Haley Hunt, G, USA

Haley was just so much fun to watch. She was always active, which made her lethal. She wasn’t afraid to come out of the cage and it allowed her to make a ton of interceptions, as well as being super involved on the clear. If she stepped out of the crease to make a clear she could easily dodge low attackers trying to ride her and her ability to clear on the run caused her to make a ton of fast break opportunities for her team.