The big prospect news this week is the debut of Jason Noble with the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks. Noble was the second overall pick in the Major Series Lacrosse draft behind is brother Jeremy and could easily go in the same spot in the National Lacrosse League draft this fall (only this time it would most likely be behind Logan Schuss). Noble missed KW’s first two games of the season while he was helping Cornell reach the final four of the NCAA field lacrosse championship.
Monday, Noble appeared in the grey, black and purple of the Kodiaks for the first time and he immediately showed why he was such a coveted player coming out of the Orangeville Northmen system. The 2012 OLA Jr A defender of the year played a solid defensive game, showing that the intelligence, strength and footwork that made him so successful in junior and college will allow him to succeed at the highest levels of the game, as well. READ MORE »