Could Junior Seau’s Son Be the Next Face of Lacrosse

Posted on April 5, 2012 by

Categories: High School, video

The son of 12-time NFL Pro Bowl linebacker Junior Seau is already showing a glimpse of how good he will become. Jake Seau is a sophomore at the Bishop’s School in California. He has already verbally committed to play at Duke. He is rocking the #24 uniform in White and ends up with a Hat Trick.

You may think I’m getting way ahead of myself here, but I’m a good judge of talent. Does he resemble a certain #99? In the clip, Bishop’s is playing Columbine (CO). Below are a few notables about the players.

Bishop’s Commits
#24 – Jake Seau – Duke
# 7 Defense – Dartmouth
#23 Defense – Notre Dame

Columbine Commits-
#22- Mid- Colgate
#10 Attack – Drexel

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  • vanilla fudge

    you’re not a good judge of talent, you work for lacrosse playground

  • vanilla fudge

    you’re not a good judge of talent, you work for lacrosse playground

  • vanilla fudge

    you’re not a good judge of talent, you work for lacrosse playground

  • vanilla fudge

    you’re not a good judge of talent, you work for lacrosse playground

  • guest

    I’ve seen Seau play….not really a D1 commit. If his last name was anything other than Seau no one would look at him as a D1 recruit. They see his last name and the athlete that his father is and assume he will grow into a mirror image of him.

    Obviously if he is still very young, but he needs to grow (in the right ways) and mature as a player before he is even close to a D1 lacrosse player.

  • guest

    I’ve seen Seau play….not really a D1 commit. If his last name was anything other than Seau no one would look at him as a D1 recruit. They see his last name and the athlete that his father is and assume he will grow into a mirror image of him.

    Obviously if he is still very young, but he needs to grow (in the right ways) and mature as a player before he is even close to a D1 lacrosse player.

  • guest

    I’ve seen Seau play….not really a D1 commit. If his last name was anything other than Seau no one would look at him as a D1 recruit. They see his last name and the athlete that his father is and assume he will grow into a mirror image of him.

    Obviously if he is still very young, but he needs to grow (in the right ways) and mature as a player before he is even close to a D1 lacrosse player.

  • guest

    I’ve seen Seau play….not really a D1 commit. If his last name was anything other than Seau no one would look at him as a D1 recruit. They see his last name and the athlete that his father is and assume he will grow into a mirror image of him.

    Obviously if he is still very young, but he needs to grow (in the right ways) and mature as a player before he is even close to a D1 lacrosse player.

  • guest

    I’ve seen Seau play….not really a D1 commit. If his last name was anything other than Seau no one would look at him as a D1 recruit. They see his last name and the athlete that his father is and assume he will grow into a mirror image of him.

    Obviously if he is still very young, but he needs to grow (in the right ways) and mature as a player before he is even close to a D1 lacrosse player.

  • Coolbreeze

    Heard Dad hates lacrosse and won’t even go to his games. Kid has a rocket shot and will get better in the next couple years

  • Coolbreeze

    Heard Dad hates lacrosse and won’t even go to his games. Kid has a rocket shot and will get better in the next couple years

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  • Guest

    Coolbreeze your a douche. Your on the internet trying to talk about shit u dont know about. You didn’t know Junior Seau and you sure as hell don’t know his son. Guest, your a dumb ass! Your prob some club lacrosse player who wishes he was something that he’s not. It has nothing to do with the name. It has to do with his work ethic and his athleticism……something you prob don’t have. Try lifting some weights/running and becoming an athlete, then try to talk shit. lmfao

  • Guest

    Coolbreeze your a douche. Your on the internet trying to talk about shit u dont know about. You didn’t know Junior Seau and you sure as hell don’t know his son. Guest, your a dumb ass! Your prob some club lacrosse player who wishes he was something that he’s not. It has nothing to do with the name. It has to do with his work ethic and his athleticism……something you prob don’t have. Try lifting some weights/running and becoming an athlete, then try to talk shit. lmfao

    • vanilla fudge

       this entire article is about the name you idiot

    • vanilla fudge

       this entire article is about the name you idiot

    • vanilla fudge

       this entire article is about the name you idiot

  • Guest

    O….. by the way I hope nobody in your family does something so tragic and you have to eat your own words again. hope your feeling good and guilty.

  • Guest

    O….. by the way I hope nobody in your family does something so tragic and you have to eat your own words again. hope your feeling good and guilty.

  • Guest

    Learn how to read kid. It clearly talks about him resembling the beast that his dad was. It has nothing to do about him only verbally commiting to Duke because of his last name and only beacuse of his last name. Obviously you need glasses as well. The video clearly shows his athleticism and power. Get off the other kids dick trying to back him up when you don’t even know what your talking about.

  • Guest

    Learn how to read kid. It clearly talks about him resembling the beast that his dad was. It has nothing to do about him only verbally commiting to Duke because of his last name and only beacuse of his last name. Obviously you need glasses as well. The video clearly shows his athleticism and power. Get off the other kids dick trying to back him up when you don’t even know what your talking about.

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