Lelan's son Casey Rogers, Attack, Westhill (N.Y.)/Orange Crush There’s really no more physically imposing attackman in this class than Rogers. I’ve watched this kid grow into a Redwood in the last few years and his game is starting to catch up with his size. He can overpower most defenders with his strength as he bull dodges, and if he gets stood up, he’s able to redodge to create some challenges for defenders. He moves better than he did last year after another productive season of varsity football and then a 50-goal sophomore season. Rogers is a strong lefty shooter, and he’s got pretty good hands for a big guy too. In the All-Star game, he showed a little something different as he face dodged his defender, keeping the stick across his body until the last second, when he pulled it back to rip a bounce shot with almost no angle and the defender draped on him. The key for Rogers is his quickness and stick protection. If he continues to develop those two aspects of his game, he could be a monster by the time he wraps up his high school career.