While most of the attention these days is on the Class of 2025 as commitments continue to flow in, the Class of 2024 is entering its last few months of commitments before the players' final seasons of high school lacrosse.
In New England, there are two main hotbeds that produce the most college-bound talent: Massachusetts and Connecticut. But over the past few years, New Hampshire has become more than just a sparse tundra with a few hidden gems buried beneath a bush here and there.
The Granite State is a strong third place when it comes to producing boys lacrosse talent in the region, and the Class of 2024 is further evidence of that trend.
For over a decade, schools like Bishop Guertin, Pinkerton Academy, Londonderry and the Derryfield School have been producing college athletes. Most of those players have expanded their horizons thanks to the development provided by club teams like the NH Tomahawks, 4 Leaf and even Houlagans.