Warrior 40 is a three-day competition that features the nation's top underclass high school lacrosse players. The best players from the classes of 2013-14 will receive coaching from Major League Lacrosse stars and participate in skills competitions and a final competition.
The rosters for the Warrior 40 haven't been announced yet, but expect the country's best to be on hand. Warrior 40 alumni include North Carolina's Joey Sankey and Jimmy Bitter, Johns Hopkins' Wells Stanwick, Virginia's Ryan Tucker, Harvard's Jake Gambitsky and Duke's Brian Dailey.
At last summer's event, St. Anthony's (South Huntington, N.Y.) attackman Sean McDonagh took home MVP honors after scoring five goals in the final competition. The No. 38 player in the ESPNHS 100, McDonagh has committed to Harvard.