Information on all of MLL's drafts including: Collegiate, Supplemental & General Player Pool Registration
The 2015 MLL Collegiate Draft will take place on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015.
The event will take place during the 2015 US Lacrosse National Convention in Baltimore, Maryland from 8:30pm to 11:00pm in the Holiday Ballroom of the Hilton Baltimore.
It is FREE and open to the public while space permits.
This will mark the 15th Collegiate Draft in MLL History.
The Draft Will be Broadcast LIVE on ESPN3.com
For information about MLL draft procedures & all lacrosse inquires, please contact:
Colin Keane, MLL Lacrosse Operations Manager
617-787-6635 or email@example.com
For non-lacrosse related event inquires, please contact:
Kerry Pucillo, MLL Special Events Manager
617-787-6644 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You do not need to register if:
a) You appeared on any 2014 MLL roster
b) Registered for the MLL Player Pool for the 2014 season.
NCAA student athletes, who currently have eligibility remaining with the NCAA, cannot apply for the Player Pool. Upon submitting the player pool registration form you will forfeit any remaining NCAA eligibility.
MCLA student athletes who currently have eligibility remaining with the MCLA, can submit an application and will only lose MCLA eligibility upon signing an MLL contract.
The MLL Supplemental Draft will take place Wednesday December 17, at 12:00 Noon Est. All Players who are selected will be notified by their team immediately following the draft.
Thank you for your interest in participating in MLL. Registration for the 2015 season has now closed.
If you have any questions, please contact Colin Keane, Lacrosse Operations Manager at email@example.com
1. Q: When is the MLL College Draft?
A: The Draft will be held on Friday January 23, 2015 from 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm in the Holiday Ballroom at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD.
2. Q: Do I have to fill out any paperwork to be eligible for the Draft?
A: NO, there is no paperwork to fill out, per NCAA rules. Only seniors with expiring eligibility after the 2015 NCAA season are eligible to be drafted. Until your NCAA eligibility has expired, you will NEVER be asked to sign any paperwork from Major League Lacrosse or any of its member Teams.
3. Q: How do I avoid jeopardizing my senior year of eligibility?
1. MLL has already taken the necessary steps internally to ensure that your name is able to be considered for draft by an MLL Team.
2. As stated above in Point #2, players who are enrolled at NCAA institutions are not required to register anywhere to be part of the 2015 collegiate draft.
3. If you are drafted, MLL will NOT be offering or issuing you a contract of any type or discussing terms of an agreement with you until your NCAA team’s season (including postseason) is concluded.
4. Q: Am I allowed to reach out to teams regarding the Draft?
A: The League office would prefer that you do not contact its member Teams. Per NCAA rules, MLL’s teams can reach out to you, but have been instructed to not, in any way, discuss signing any type of contract/agreement with MLL or giving any type of verbal commitment.
5. Q: Are MLL coaches and General Managers allowed to contact my college coach?
A: Yes, MLL coaches and General Managers are allowed to contact your NCAA coaches to discuss you.
6. Q: Am I allowed to attend the Draft on January 10th?
A: Yes, invited seniors will be permitted to attend the collegiate draft provided that they assume responsibility for any and all expenses relating to their attendance. You, your college coach and other members of your Athletic Department will receive more information regarding the process to RSVP to the Draft.
7. Q: May I accept any complimentary items from any MLL Team before, during or after the Draft?
A: NO. Per NCAA rules, complimentary items would be considered an extra benefit. MLL teams have been instructed not to provide you with any complimentary items, subject to severe League discipline. If you do receive any complimentary items from any MLL Team, please return it immediately and contact your Compliance Office.
8. Q: What happens if an MLL Team or an outside media outlet contacts me?
A: Per NCAA rules, you are allowed to speak with MLL Teams and various media outlets before, during and after the Draft.
9. Q: During my 2014 NCAA season may I answer questions during an interview about playing in MLL?
A: Yes, you are allowed to answer questions regarding your plans for the summer. Since you will not be offered any type of MLL contract until your NCAA eligibility has expired, you should not refer to yourself as an MLL employee or player before your NCAA season ends and you are in fact offered a contract and it’s executed. You may refer to yourself and speak about being drafted in the 2015 collegiate draft by “X” MLL Team during the NCAA season.
10. Q: Will I be able to sign a contact immediately following the Draft?
A: NO. As stated above in #3, it is against NCAA rules to sign a contract with intent to play a professional sport if you are still enrolled as a student-athlete. Contracts will be distributed to those drafted following the conclusion of their 2015 NCAA season (including post-season play).
11. Q: What happens if I am not selected in the Draft?
A: After the NCAA season is complete, MLL will allow all undrafted seniors who just completed their eligibility to register for the Player Pool for a one week period. After that, teams will be able to select you by using the normal MLL waiver wire process. Please note there is no such thing as being a free agent in the MLL, so all undrafted players will go through this process.
|2014||Tom Schreiber (Ohio Machine)||Princeton|
|2013||Peter Baum (Ohio Machine)||Colgate|
|2012||Rob Pannell (Long Island Lizards)||Cornell|
|2011||Kevin Crowley (Hamilton Nationals)||Stony Brook|
|2010||Ned Crotty (Chicago Machine)||Duke|
|2009||Kenny Nims (Chicago Machine)||Syracuse|
|2008||Paul Rabil (Boston Cannons)||Johns Hopkins|
|2007||Pat Heim (Chicago Machine)||Penn State|
|2006||Joe Walters (Rochester Rattlers)||Maryland|
|2005||Kyle Harrison (New Jersey Pride)||Johns Hopkins|
|2004||Mikey Powell (Baltimore Bayhawks)||Syracuse|
|2003||Chris Rotelli (Bridgeport Barrage)||Virginia|
|2002||Josh Coffman (Rochester Rattlers)||Syracuse|
|2001||Ryan Mollett (Rochester Rattlers)||Princeton|
Watch Schreiber's Rookie Highlights HERE
Click HERE for a listing of the history of MLL draft results from 2001 through 2014.
Click HERE to learn more about the 2015 US Lacrosse National Convention