How Recruiting Has Changed

A native of Ontario Canada, Hall of Famer Dave Huntley played lacrosse for John Hopkins University where he received recognition as the top midfielder Division I lacrosse in 1979. Huntley play for the Canadian national team and has gone on to be a general manager of its national team programs. Huntley has coached professional indoor and outdoor lacrosse, and assistant coach at Calvert Hall where his son Kevin played before going to John Hopkins University. He talks with host Fred Opie about Wayne Gretzky’s lacrosse career, Huntley’s road to John Hopkins, Canada’s youth sports structure, how and why the Canadian national team coach suggested Hall Famers Paul and Gary Gait to Syracuse and Hall of Fame Coach Roy Simmons Jr, his son Kevin’s college visits and decision, and tailgating after games.