HockomockSports.com has published the "Boys Lacrosse: Ten Players to Watch for 2023". The Franklin selections are shared here. The link to the complete listing is provided below.
JAYDEN CONSIGLI, SENIOR – FRANKLIN
Last spring, the Panthers put up record-breaking numbers, scoring nearly 60 more goals than any other team and having all three of the attackers hit the 100-point mark on the season. Consigli is a main piece of an offense that led Franklin to the Div. 1 quarterfinal. As a junior, the UMass Lowell commit scored 78 goals and dished out a team-high 56 assists. He was second only to teammate Luke Davis in points last year. Quick, creative, and capable of pulling off stunning goals and threading the needle on a pass, Consigli earned Eastern Mass. All-American honors last year. His movement off the ball makes him a constant threat. The Panthers know that they have an attack capable of putting up historic numbers and they will be counting on Consigli and company to fire the team to another league title and another tournament run.
LUKE DAVIS, SENIOR – FRANKLIN
Franklin boasts one of the most potent attacking units in the state and that group is led by Davis. The reigning league MVP and HockomockSports.com Player of the Year was dominant last spring, with 94 goals and 42 assists, leading three Panthers that all surpassed the 100-point mark on the season. With Davis as the spearhead of the offense, Franklin scored nearly 60 more goals than anyone else in the league. The Boston University commit showed during the football season how strong and elusive he can be and he is even harder to stop on the lacrosse field. A creative finisher, who can score from anywhere, Davis is already a two-time Eastern Mass. All-American. The Panthers reached the Div. 1 quarterfinal a year ago and have loaded up the non-league schedule again this spring with intentions of going even further, and Davis leading statistically the best attack in program history has them confident a deep run is possible.
For the complete listing
|Franklin senior Luke Davis will be one of the main players to watch when the boys lacrosse season kicks off. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)|