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NLL Draft: Prospects 11-15

Who we might see in a Swarm uniform next year

The NLL draft is coming up on September 16, 2013 at the Toronto Rock Athletic Center in Toronto, Ontario. The Minnesota Swarm have 9 picks, including 4 in the first round. I'll be back later with more on the draft, as well as providing complete draft coverage.

For now, let's start by taking a look at who you might see in a Swarm uniform for the 2014 season. Today, we'll look at prospects 11-15.

Number 11 is Kyle Lindsay.


Lindsay attends Mercyhurst College. He is from Whitby, Ontario. He is a midfielder and is 6'3". He has been over .529 in faceoffs in his entire career at Mercyhurst. He was named an ECAC specialist of the week.

12 is Cameron Flint.


Flint is a midfielder from Georgetown, Ontario. He is 5'11" and 190 lbs. He attends Denver University. He was named to the USILA First Team All American, USILA Honorable Mention All American, Tewaaraton Watch List, All-ECAC First Team, All ECAC Second Team, ECAC Offensive Player of the week, Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American Honorable Mention, Preseason All-ECAC Team, and the Face-off All Tournament Team. He ranks 10th in DU in points and 6th in goals. He also has 14 career hat tricks.

Number 13 is Riley Loewen.


Loewen is an attack player from Burnaby, British Columbia. He is 6'1" and 191 lbs. He attends Limestone College. He has been named to the USILA Second Team All-American, All-Conference Carolinas, First Team, Conference Carolinas Scholar Athlete for Men's Lacrosse, Conference Carolinas All Academic Team, Inside Lacrosse Preseason All American Honorable Mention, Third Nationally in points and goals per game, Jac Coyne/Lacrosse Magazine Online All American, Conference Carolinas Co-Player of the year, Conference Carolinas All Tournament, Inside Lacrosse/Nike Division II National Player of the Week, Conference Carolinas Player of the week, and All Conference Carolinas Second Team.

14 is Keegan Bal.


Bal attends Lake Erie College. He is from Coquitlam, British Columbia. He is 6'1" and 150 lbs. He is an attack player. He was named ECAC Division II Offensive Player of the Year, All ECAC Division II First Team, ECAC Defensive player of the week, and ECAC Division II All Tournament Team.

And finally, we have Tyler Digby.


Digby attends Robert Morris University. He is an attack player from Westminster, British Columbia. He is 6'3" and 225 lbs. In his junior season, he tied for 5th on the team in assists, 7th in points, and 8th in goals. He had 7 multi point games that season. He plays for the Burnaby Lakers of the WLA. He has also been drafted by the Ottawa expansion franchise of the CFL.