No. 91 Junior Ryan Levy Commits to North Carolina, Will Take PG Year

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No shocker here as Ryan Levy, the number 91 player in the class of 2020, has committed to North Carolina. Levy is the son of North Carolina women’s coach Jenny Levy and his dad played lacrosse at North Carolina as well. It’s pretty safe to say that his commitment to North Carolina was well predicted.

The Chaple Hill East (NC)/ Team 91 Carolina attackman will take a post grad year and join the Tar Heeks in the class of 2021. Where Levy is I’ll take a post grad year has yet to be announced as those decisions are usually made later on in a player’s senior year

Levy is a great scorer and he can use his body to dodge through defenders. His mid-range shooting game is one of his stronger assets. He also has great footwork that helps him in getting by defenders as well.

North Carolina currently has zero player committed in the 2021 class, so Levy will be the first commit to join that class. North Carolina has the top ranked 2020 recruiting class headlined by four 5-star prospects in Ward Melville (NY) goalie Collin Krieg, Shoreham Wading River (NY) attackman Xavier Arline, Calvert Hall (MD) midfielder Cole Herbert, and Calvert Hall attackman Daniel Kelly.