Class of 2020 New Commit: Marshall McGuire (OR) Mid

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Standouts From The Inaugural Maverik Showtime For Rising Freshmen

Marshall McGuire, M, Lake Oswego (Ore.)
McGuire snagged Midfield MVP honors to represent the West Coast, building more and more confidence and consistency as the week went on. There are aspects of his game like his shot mechanics that are definitely raw, but his 6’2, 175-pound frame is impressive and his athleticism is intriguing. The Oregon product kept chugging along through the week and when everybody else was tired, McGuire was still posting points during the final two sessions.
 

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Would love to see this kid grow about another 4 inches, could be a Myles Jones type player. I know competition isn't great, but his skill level looks to be very good, good speed, and a hard shot.
 

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From July...

Maverik Showtime 2020: Standouts, Photos, More | 3d Rising

Marshall McGuire, Midfield, Lake Oswego (Ore.)/Rhino Lacrosse


McGuire stood out immediately for his big, tall frame with long legs and apparent athleticism. The 6-foot-2, 175 pounder walked right over to the sideline wearing some of the shortest shorts at the camp and stared at the college coaches sizing him up from just a few away with sort of bizarre and sassy attitude that was a prelude of what was to come – a breakout performance. Running up the field in his first game, it was clear he was one of the more developed midfielders and we watched him go from a different maker in the middle of the field in the first game, to a downright dominant athletic presence from back to front. This right-handed horse showed incredible stamina in blitzing up and down the field all day each day of the camp and still looking limber and nimble at the end, still hammering shots on the run with increasing accuracy. Able to sweep and dodge hard down hill using his long arms and strong frame to his advantage, he showed more powerful and assertive takes to the cage. Still raw with the stick, McGuire was still able to put together a few excellent dodges from the midfield that would be impressive for a midfielder hailing from anywhere, let alone Oregon. That’s how he was starting to put it all together in the end of the camp. He scored three or four times in the second to last game, which was when we gave the first vote for him to be the event’s most outstanding midfielder (he got it). McGuire scored on a roll back, going to his left to hammer the ball on the run. He took the ball away on the ride and barreled down the gut to score overhand. He scored on an acrobatic spinning jump shot, stinging the top shelf. And he looked like he barely broke a sweat. His height and his legs made him an instant threat in transition and he showed a willingness to move the ball, and he put mustard on it. This exciting prospect also shot somewhere around 95 miles an hour in the shoot around during one of the breaks. He screams out multi-sport athlete and came to the came by way of the guy Ryan Powell.
 

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From July...

Maverik Showtime 2020: Standouts, Photos, More | 3d Rising

Marshall McGuire, Midfield, Lake Oswego (Ore.)/Rhino Lacrosse


McGuire stood out immediately for his big, tall frame with long legs and apparent athleticism. The 6-foot-2, 175 pounder walked right over to the sideline wearing some of the shortest shorts at the camp and stared at the college coaches sizing him up from just a few away with sort of bizarre and sassy attitude that was a prelude of what was to come – a breakout performance. Running up the field in his first game, it was clear he was one of the more developed midfielders and we watched him go from a different maker in the middle of the field in the first game, to a downright dominant athletic presence from back to front. This right-handed horse showed incredible stamina in blitzing up and down the field all day each day of the camp and still looking limber and nimble at the end, still hammering shots on the run with increasing accuracy. Able to sweep and dodge hard down hill using his long arms and strong frame to his advantage, he showed more powerful and assertive takes to the cage. Still raw with the stick, McGuire was still able to put together a few excellent dodges from the midfield that would be impressive for a midfielder hailing from anywhere, let alone Oregon. That’s how he was starting to put it all together in the end of the camp. He scored three or four times in the second to last game, which was when we gave the first vote for him to be the event’s most outstanding midfielder (he got it). McGuire scored on a roll back, going to his left to hammer the ball on the run. He took the ball away on the ride and barreled down the gut to score overhand. He scored on an acrobatic spinning jump shot, stinging the top shelf. And he looked like he barely broke a sweat. His height and his legs made him an instant threat in transition and he showed a willingness to move the ball, and he put mustard on it. This exciting prospect also shot somewhere around 95 miles an hour in the shoot around during one of the breaks. He screams out multi-sport athlete and came to the came by way of the guy Ryan Powell.
Sassy!
 

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