With the MLL becoming bigger with the rise of lacrosse, more and more players are standing out to be the next round pics, and they are not necessarily Division I players. More and more Division III players are making their names known through their dominate play. Division III is more of an academic division with less time dedicated to sport. Most of the time, these players may be late bloomers or were brought to the game of recruiting late so many Division I coaches may have already stopped recruiting because they already go their numbers. But who says that Division III can't have great lacrosse players either? One of those players is Kyle Hartzell from Salisbury University. He is one of the best defenders out there who can cover any guy like Paul Rabil. With that, he has the most goals as a defensive player and has one of the fastest shots recorded with long-stick. If that's not revolutionary I don't know what is. Currently playing for the New York Lizards, he is continuously a MLL all-star and commands attention on the field with his many take-aways and ground balls. He is a spokesperson for Warrior and has done many reviews on different types of heads for them, like the Warrior Revo 3. Another one of those players who many people have not really heard of is Callum Robinson. A Stevenson alumni, who East Coast Dyes currently sponsors because of the Maryland area, he plays for the Chesapeake Bayhawks and was on the Australia national team. He is also a fellow defender and a big fan of East Coast Dyes Hero Mesh. He's said that he can always rely on it. No wonder why he is a ground-ball magnet. With these and many other players from the Division III district, the MLL is on the rise with more of these players.