With a lot of great teams in the hs landscape like Culver, Bruinswick, WRA, McDonough, Victor, Radnor, Loomis Chaffee, Hotchkiss, Taft, none half been close to St Anthony's. These guys have quite literally ran a train on almost everyone they've played, I can't believe my dumbass colleague essex had them outside of our preseason top 10. Probably our worst mistake here to date besides thinking Georgetown was going to be good. Anyways, this team is absolutely stacked, nailguns from top to bottom of the roster with 30 seniors going to play in college. It starts with the biggest stud of them all UNC commit Owen Duffy, this kids an absolute freak and I wouldn't be suprised if he rose to the number 1 spot in 2023 by the end of the year, he loves his blondes and scoring goals. Reminds me a bit of myself back in the day. Along with Duff, they've got Harvard commits Jackson Greene and Jack Speidell in the offense ripping electric jumpers and getting after it almost every night. The friars also have probably the highest rated Stallion prospect of all time in Joe Calandrino going to of course, Penn State. 6'2 with a girthy frame of pure muscle, and cam streak down the ally as good as my buddy Charlie Belmont from '08. I mean can we get a Natty or Not from Greg Doucette on this fucking kid?
^ Joe Calandrino and UNC commit Cole Aasheim tearing up Aruba, Circa 2023
Now with all these studs, there is one different from the rest, Jack Ponzio; despite being committed to Navy and tearing it up on the field, he lacks success off the field. I've heard from sources that his Dye performance is subpar. Maybe known Nailgun at navy Henry Tolker will show him the ways in Annapolis. I largely believe this team's success is directly correlated to their time spent in the gym as well as getting turnt up. Look to see the Friars have another NY Catholic division chip this year and possibly finish the season undefeated. Over the last five years, I'd have to say this program is the best in the country, 2 number 1 recruits, too many guys to count at the college level, and always finishing within the top 10 teams in the nation. I know we say stay public, but St Ants makes quite the case against that.