Camden Hay, A, Victor (N.Y.)
The future is bright for the Victor Blue Devils with a strong youth movement in the home of the back-to-back state champs, and Hay’s part of that. All he did was produce, getting to the cage consistently and playing with a confident swagger. Hay tossed passes right on the money and moved extremely well out of the cage, using his growing frame (5’9, 155) to his advantage while always making the smart play.
Camden Hay, A, Upstate New York Command (2020)/Uncommitted Another impressive lefty attackman, Hay attack the cage well from his side of the field, working both inside or setting up for a strong outside shot of a teammate dodge. If the shot wasn’t there he was often finding teammate Casey McDermott on the crease. Hay plays for Victor (N.Y.).
Camden Hay, Attack, Victor (N.Y.)/SweetLax
Hay, after a big weekend at the SweetLax Summer Invitational, carried that right over to the turf at Western Connecticut State. The skilled, thick lefty is meticulous in his dodges and carries with his head up to both feed and shoot. He demonstrated the ability to carry the ball against pressure and with checks on his hands. He does a great job of keeping the stick way back down low before he pulls up to shoot (which is hard for goalie’s to track and has good long form for added torque) and he also puts the ball right into the corners pretty consistently. He has quick hands and gets it off fast with little room or before the defender realizes it’s happening. He’s a bit taller in this attack group, standing about 5-foot-10, and that combined with his sturdy build make him a load for defenders to match up with right now in the 2020 class.