The National Lacrosse League took the 2020-21 season off due to COVID concerns and border issues.
However, the league of Canadian and Native/First Nations talent is looking more and more to the United States for talent. With the proliferation of box lacrosse leagues across the U.S. and the surplus of pure athletic talent in the NCAA, teams are drafting more Americans than ever.
While Jonathan Donville (Cornell), Ryan Lanchbury (Richmond) and Tehoka Nanticoke (Albany) were the first three players chosen in Saturday night's draft, there were New Englanders who heard their names called as well.
Here are some of the best prospects from the region.