Tucker Dordevic ’17, A, Black Rhinos / Edison (Ore.)
The Delaware-bound playmaker has been written up several times here on Recruiting Rundown, however it’s hard to ignore his play in Sin City over the weekend. Among the most talented 2017’s the West has to offer, Dordevic had the Rhino offense churning when he had the rock in his hands. He used great deception, including one goal where he turned the corner and seemingly without even looking, whipped a shot near pipe to draw a raucous reaction from the sidelines. Very well-rounded player whose game will continue to grow.
Tucker Dordevic ’17, A, Seattle Starz / Edison (Ore.)
A Delaware commit, Dordevic was a solid overall player. He displayed athleticism, and was able to use both hands well. He was playing midfield while I watched him, showing the ability to double well on the back side and he was able to get in to the middle on the offensive side of the field.
Tucker Dordevic ’17, A/M, Rhino / Edison (Ore.)
Ranked as the 17th player in the class, it’s hard to ignore an offensive skill set as electric like Dordevic’s. Switching from Delaware to Syracuse 11 months ago, he’s quick as a hiccup with the ball in his stick and often made it look easy as he darted through defenses with impressive scores in close and nasty time & room finishes. I’d like to see him develop his ability to deal with double teams and his passing game before he suits up for the Orange, but what stands out is how he has gotten better and better each time I’ve seen him.
Just finished watching this and wowww. One thing this kid will be able to do is beat his man and either shot or draw the slide and find the open guy. And some of them btb passes are very nice and the BtB goal at around 2.20 is impressive...