10 PLL Storylines For the NLL Fan

NCAA Goal Scoring Leader Goes Pro

San Diego Seals fans should be curious how Mac O’Keefe will fit in the Chaos’ quasi box lacrosse offense. O’Keefe, as a constituent in the condensed Chaos sets, will be appointment viewing. A bonus for the Seals’ coaching staff is that O’Keefe will be able to build rapport with two future Seals teammates in Austin Staats (L) and Wes Berg (R). O’Keefe looping around a Staats pindown screen and getting spot fed by Berg will be an action that torments both PLL and NLL defenses.

BA Returns to Box

New York Riptide faithful will have to wait a little longer to get their eyes on their recent first overall draft choice Jeff Teat. However, an addition that I would be excited about if I was a Riptide fan is Brent Adams (two-year contract). Adams, who projects to run out the backdoor for New York, will provide a legitimate two-way ability for the rebuilt Atlas crew. The speedster has NLL experience as he played 14 NLL games throughout two seasons with the Mammoth.

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