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Archers LC awarded second selection in PLL Entry Draft

The Archers Lacrosse Club will select second in the Premier Lacrosse League’s upcoming Entry Draft after winning Wednesday evening’s draft lottery.

It was announced prior to the Draft Lottery that the PLL’s newest franchise, Cannons LC, will select first in each of the draft’s three rounds set to take place on March 25.

With the condensed 2020 season, the PLL gave all seven returning clubs equal odds coming into the draft lottery. With the Entry Draft order set, the league’s offseason has officially begun.

2021 PLL Entry Draft Order

The ping pong balls did not fall in Coach Andy Towers’ favor as his Chaos squad will select last in each round of the Entry Draft for the second year in a row. While he may have the last pick, Coach Towers doesn’t seem too concerned.

Towers did select Dillon Ward and Jason Noble in last year’s Entry Draft, so Chaos need not worry about their squad.

PLL Offseason Dates

  • All eight franchises now have the ability to make moves with the waiver wire and trade window now open.
  • Coaches will have until February 28 to select the 14 players they plan to protect in advance of the Cannon’s Expansion Draft set to take place on March 11.
  • Two weeks later, the league will hold the Entry Draft on March 25, followed by the College Draft on April 6.

Who would you take with the second overall pick in the PLL Entry Draft? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on social media.

Adam Moore is a Delco native, co-founder/host of Pro Lacrosse Talk and managing editor of Lacrosse Playground. He also has a passion for sports history and serves as Lacrosse Playground's creative director. Adam has been writing on lacrosse for more than a decade and has been published online with The Capital Gazette and US Lacrosse Magazine. Adam played four years of college lacrosse as a goaltender for Elizabethtown College. When he’s not covering pro lacrosse, he can be found coaching at Boys’ Latin School in Baltimore and watching Philadelphia sports.

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