O’Neil has 151 career points through three seasons. He has 87 goals and 64 assists.
“Coaching staff, location, facilities, and entrepreneurship program,” O’Neil said on why he chose Utah.
The junior said he received calls from 35 Division I programs. Utah was among his Top 10 but went to No. 1 after he spoke with the coaching staff.
O’Neil plays club lacrosse with Laxachusetts. He was also considering Bucknell, Ohio State, and Richmond.
He earned a spot at No. 6 by the NLF and is ranked by Inside Lacrosse as a four-star player.
“Go where you can be most successful, not where they have had the most success!” O’Neil said of his top takeaway from his recruiting process.
O’Neil is the fifth player reported to LaxRecords.com to have committed to Utah. He joins Luke Haley (Newsome), Will Potter (Rivers School), Mason Quick (Corner Canyon), and Brady Grandstaff (Chanhassen).
Utah 2022 Commits
|Colin Lenskold||Wilton||2 Way||Goalie||Utah|
|Will Potter||Rivers School||Laxachusetts||LSM||Utah|
|Aidan O'Neil||Tabor Academy||Laxachusetts||Attack||Utah|
|Mason Quick||Corner Canyon||Team 91 Maryland||Midfield||Utah|
|Brady Grandstaff||Chanhassen||Team Minnesota||Midfield||Utah|
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