Top 50 Lacrosse Prospects: 19-10

11. Jason Noble- Transition   L   Cornell/Orangeville
Noble was the second overall pick to the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks in the MSL draft, and while a bit smaller than his brother, he can still put up the points as a lefty transition man. He was also named the OLA junior’s defender of the year.
12. Keegan Bal- Transition   R  Lake Erie/New Westminster
Bal plays division two lacrosse with the Lake Erie Storm, but he also played for the Junior Salmonbellies. The six foot one Coquitlam native scored 57 points in 16 games last season and led the team with a 27% shooting average.
13. Dillon Ward- Goalie   L   Bellarmine/Orangeville
Ward is the best goalie in a draft since Evan Kirk two seasons ago. He is a rare player who plays goalie in field and box lacrosse. The goalie helped the Northmen win their third Minto Cup in five years last season.
14. Brandon Goodwin- Forward   L  New Westminster
Goodwin is another good lefty forward who played with the Jr Salmonbellies. He had 46 points last season and picked it up with 20 playoff points in just six games.
15 Ethan O’Connor- Defender   R   Hobart/Burlington
He scored 44 points last season in 20 games with the Jr A Burlington Chiefs. He was drafted to the Brampton Excelsiors in Major Series Lacrosse and might be the best defender in the draft
16. Ben McIntosh- Forward   R  Drexel/Coquitlam
McIntosh was the first overall pick in the WLA draft to the Maple Ridge Burrards. The big righty scored 27 goals last year, his final year in juniors, for the Coquitlam Adanacs. He played in just nine games.
17. Scott Jones- Forward   R   UMBC/Burnaby
Scored 52 points in 18 games with the Western Lacrosse Association’s Burnaby Lakers last season. 22 points in 11 games the season before. Had 20 power play assists last season.
18. Brody Eastwood- Foward    L   Stony Brook/Victoria
Eastwood was a first team all star in Jr A this season with the Shamrocks. He’s been a key to the Seawolves all season, including in their huge OT win over Rutgers earlier in the year.
19.  Tor Reinholdt- Transition   L   Marquette/Langley

Whenever talking with experts on lacrosse out west, the first name brought up is Tor Reinholdt. He was fantastic in the 2012 Mann Cup, scoring in multi goal games for the Thunder and becoming a break out star.