RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph senior lacrosse player Wyatt Todd will be taking his talents down south next season, having committed to play Division II ball at Rollins College in Florida.

Todd showed promise early on in his RHS career, getting on the varsity field for a few games as a freshman, which is typically difficult to do.  As a sophomore, Todd became a starter and has been a key component to the varsity squad for the past two seasons.  As a junior Todd had 6 goals and 2 assists.

Playing mostly long stick midfield, Todd lines up on the faceoff wing and sometimes takes faceoffs himself.  The Long Stick Middie is generally manned by one of the more athletic and versitile players on the team.  He is often is called on to shadow the other teams best offensive player, but also must be able to advance the ball to create transition offense and fast break opportunities. Being strong and proficient in scooping up ground balls is a necessity of the position as well.

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TAP into Randolph asked Todd the following questions:

What were the key factors in choosing Rollins College? 

A: I chose this school for their strong business program and the warm weather. The campus is on a lake and I do a lot of fishing.  Out of all the schools I visited, this is the only one I was really excited about.

Who would you say has been the most important influence to you in developing your game?  

A: My best friend Zayne Fitzgerald introduced me to the game.  My uncles and cousin, who all went on to play in college, were great inspirations for me.  I'm following in the family footsteps.

What milestones / goals do you have for your senior year?

A: Beating Roxbury and making an all state team.

What do you plan to study at school?

A: Business

What other schools were in consideration and what was the recruiting process like?

A: Monmouth, Colorado Mesa, Drew University.  I visited a lot of campuses but really felt at home at Rollins. I already keep in touch with a bunch of other players that have been recruited for next year.