BALTIMORE, Md. – Two incoming Harvard men's lacrosse first-years have been ranked among the top incoming players on the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 recruits list. The list, featured in the magazine's September issue, contains the top 100 incoming first-years in collegiate lacrosse.
Annually, Inside Lacrosse releases its Power 100 rankings as a view of the incoming recruits predicted to make an impact in NCAA Division I Lacrosse.
Leading the way for the Crimson is defenseman Greg Campisi, who was ranked 30th on the list. The Farmingdale, N.Y. native arrives at Harvard after lettering for four years at St. Anthony's. The first team All-Long Island selection recently earned a spot on the 2020 U.S. Men's U19 Training Team roster and played in the Under Armour All-America game earlier this summer.
Incoming attackman Graham Blake rounded out the list for the Crimson at No. 62. Hailing from Ross, Calif., Blake joins the program after completing four years as a varsity starter at Marin Catholic. A three-time Marin Catholic Athletic League first team selection, Blake was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American in 2019. Blake was previously ranked 35th by Inside Lacrosse in its Top Young Gun Junior rankings in 2018.