Lacrosse: Attackman Jacob Kelly (2018) Commits to North Carolina | Youth1

Lacrosse: Attackman Jacob Kelly (2018) Commits to North Carolina

Calvert Hall’s 2018 Attackman Jacob Kelly has gave his verbal commitment to play Division 1 lacrosse at University of North Carolina, Youth1 has confirmed.

The 2018 Jacob Kelly is a multi-sport athlete (soccer) at Calvert Hall and plays for the FCA Maryland. While Kelly is a member of the Class of 2018 he often plays up to 2017 with FCA and as well as for showcases.

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Jacob Kelly was born with Carolina Blue in his veins and keeps family tradition alive by committing to Coach Breschi and University of North Carolina. The Calvert Hall product not only joins a long list of Division 1 players from Calvert Hall but joins family in Chapel Hill: His two cousins Patrick and Stephen are currently stars for UNC-Lacrosse, his other cousin, Timmy (The no. 2 Senior in the country) will be going to UNC after graduation. His Cousin Frankie Kelly is a 2014 Lacrosse Alum from UNC. Finally, his father Brian Kelly (Head Coach of Calvert Hall Lacrosse) was a defensemen for the 1991 National Championship Team at UNC.

Kelly ultimately choose the Tar Heels over programs such as Penn State, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Ohio State and HIgh Point. 

Congrats to Jacob Kelly and UNC!



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