The North American Lacrosse League exists to aid American lacrosse players in their journey towards the NLL and other lacrosse careers. However, some NALL veterans have already been there, and are looking to get back or to help other Americans achieve that dream.
Dan Deckelbaum- Baltimore
Deckelbaum played in two games with the Philadelphia Wings last season and was also on the Lehigh Vallye Flying Dutchmen in NALL in 2012 before he signed with the Wings.
Ginny Cappichioni- Baltimore
Cappichioni played on the New Jersey Storm for three games in 2003 and played in NALL last year in their Pro Invitational Season.
Dan Marohl- Baltimore
Dan Marohl is one of the most successful NLL players who will be playing NALL. Playing his career with Ottawa, Minnesota and Philadelphia, he put up 402 career points including an 80 point season in 2005 with the Wings.
Nick Schroeder- Boston
After playing one game last season, Schroeder will get a chance as the Rockhoppers starting goaltender. Playing NLL with the Philadelphia Wings, he put up a career goals against average of 15.59.
Ryan Hotaling- Boston
Hotaling had a strong rookie campaign in 2010 with the Boston Blazers and also played with them in 2011 before the team folded. He was also signed by the Colorado Mammoth.
Matt Leveque- Kentucky
This former Colorado Mammoth player played for seven seasons in the NLL with 12 career points. His career high came in 2009 with six points in twelve games.
Mike McClellan- Kentucky
McClellan has always been a solid NLL player with Colorado, Edmonton, Orlando,New York and Arizona. The lefty shooter scored a career high 58 points in 2008 with New York.
George Castle- Kentucky
Castle, drafted by Kentucky, is a defender who played for the Philadelphia Wings and is also a Johns Hopkins alum.
Shawn Nadelin – Baltimore
Nadelin played for eleven years in the NLL and was a defensive icon for the Philadelphia Wings. Retired just this past season from the NLL.