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Rattlers Add Eight in Player Relocation

April 24, 2019 - Major League Lacrosse (MLL) - Dallas Rattlers News Release

Boston, MA - Major League Lacrosse has just concluded the Player Relocation via conference call. Fifty players have been relocated with eight heading to Dallas. All players who were on a preseason active roster (PSAR) for Charlotte, Florida or Ohio were available for selection.

Here are selections by the Rattlers, sorted alphabetically:

Ryan Beville, Midfield

Greg Danseglio, Defense

Derek DeJoe, Midfield

Casey Dowd, Midfield/FO

Ryan Keenan, Midfield

Robert Maddux, Attack

Bryce Wasserman, Attack

Greg Weyl, Defense

The new crop of talent headed to the Rattlers includes Dallas native Bryce Wasserman. The former Monmouth attackman played previously for the Ohio Machine and is excited about his return to Texas. "My whole career I've been a kid from Texas chasing my dream to play professional lacrosse," said Wasserman. "I couldn't be more honored and excited that this journey has come full circle and will allow me to play in front of the city that shaped me into who I am."

Players who were on a PSAR for Charlotte, Florida or Ohio, but were not selected today, will move into the MLL player pool. They will be available to be picked up at any point throughout the season. Heading into the 2019 training camps, MLL will not count any players picked up from Charlotte, Florida or Ohio against the team's 40-man PSAR for the first of the two training camps. After the first training camp, all PSARs will return to a maximum 40-man roster for their second training camp. MLL training camps will occur the weekends of May 10-12, May 17-18 and May 24-26.

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