If you checked our “Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown” this morning, you learned one of the nation’s top rising juniors has made his college choice.

Bronxville attackman Jack Grass has given a verbal commitment to accept a scholarship offer from Johns Hopkins.

Grass, who was recruited by many of the nation’s top programs, had a breakout sophomore season as the Broncos won a school record 21 games and won their first-ever Section 1 title.

Be sure to check back later for Jack’s thoughts on his commitment.

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One Response to “Bronxville’s Grass decides on Hopkins”

  1. section1 says:

    Is there ever going to be a reflection?

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