1. Riley O'Connor

    Riley O'Connor

    Height: 5" 9' | Weight: 155lbs

    Class of 2019 | NJ

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    Kohl's Comments

    O'Connor attended the winter Showcase Camp in December of 2016. He hits a good “A” ball, he needs to now refine his skills in order for his “A” ball to show up more often. He showed well at times at camp but his overall ball striking needs to improve in order to maximize his accuracy and distance.

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    Athlete Bio

    I am a multi sport player, including football, basketball and lacrosse. I am currently on the starting lineup for the varsity basketball team as a sophomore. As a freshman, I received the "Top Freshman" award in lacrosse. Academically I am ranked 4th in my class of 348 students. I am also currently taking honors courses in math and science. I enjoy school and being a team player in sports.

    Awards & Honors

    • High Honor Roll for all semesters
    • Ranked 4th out of 348 students academically
    • Received football varsity letter scoring 38 kicking points as a Sophomore
    • Roxbury Football 8th Grade MVP Award
    • Roxbury Lacrosse "Top Freshman" Award


    • GPA: 4.43

    Camp Results


    Eastern Showcase Camp - Pittsburgh, PA Area* - December 4, 2016RESULTS
    Newark, NJ - 1 Day Training Camp - June 23, 2016 RESULTS

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