1st Overall: Right-Handed Forward, Jonathan Donville (Cornell)
The Panther City Lacrosse Club selected right-handed forward Jonathan Donville, Cornell, with the first overall pick in the 2021 NLL Entry Draft.
“Donville checks all the boxes,” said Panther City Lacrosse Club General Manager Bob Hamley. “He is intelligent, a hard worker and an elite talent, and we look forward to having him in Panther City for a long time to come.”
Donville, hailing from Oakville, Ontario, currently attends Cornell, where he has netted 100 points in just 33 games played, boasting a .380 shot percentage and was named a second team Inside Lacrosse/Maverik Media All-American in 2020. He earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy honors in his sophomore campaign in 2019 and started all 15 games and recorded at least one point in every game, scoring multi-point games in nine contests. Prior to Cornell, he helped lead St. Michael’s to back-to-back OFSAA Provincial Championships in high school and was named team MVP during both of those seasons. Donville also spent three years with the Mimico Mountaineers in the OLA JR A Lacrosse League and was named assistant captain. Donville is currently studying at the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University where he is pursuing a double major in History and Government and is also serving as an extern for New England Sports Network.
11th Overall: Left-Handed Forward, Nathan Grenon (MercyHurst University)
Grenon is a left-handed forward from MercyHurst University where he was named the 2021 USILA Midfielder of the Year. A native of Stittsville, Ontario, Grenon netted 43 points during the 21 campaign in 14 games. As a member of the Lakers in the Ontario Jr. A lacrosse league, he has netted 130 points in 52 games.
17th Overall: Left-Handed Defenseman, Caleb Kueber (MercyHurst University)
Kueber is a left-handed defenseman from MercyHurst University. He was named to the 2021 USILA All-American First Team and netted 88 points in 14 games during the 2021 season. He netted 188 points as a member of the Lakers in the Ontario Jr. A lacrosse league, claiming 60 ground balls and forcing 15 turnovers.
27th Overall: Left-Handed Defenseman, Liam Phillips (University of Mount Olive)
A left-handed defenseman from Victoria, British Columbia, Phillips forced seven turnovers in just six games for the University of Mount Olive Trojans last season and was a member of the U-19 Men’s Field Lacrosse Team of the Canadian Lacrosse Association.
31st Overall: Right-Handed Forward, Jack Hannah (University of Denver)
Hannah has netted 108 points in 41 games for the University of Denver. The right-handed forward hails from Milford, Ohio and was honored as the Ohio Collegiate Box Lacrosse League’s MVP in 2019.
33rd Overall: Left-Handed Forward, Taite Cattoni (Peterborough Lakers)
Cattoni is a left-handed forward for John’s Hopkins and the Peterborough Lakers of the Ontario Jr. A lacrosse league. Cattoni netted 54 his final year at John’s Hopkins and 109 points in 42 games with Peterborough.
48th Overall: Left-Handed Forward, Cam Badour (Duke University)
A left-handed forward from Ottowa, Ontario, Badour has racked up 29 points in 25 games at Duke University. A product of IMG Academy, Badour also played for the Gloucester Griffins, where he netted 73 points in 39 games.
63rd Overall: Right-Handed Forward, Owen Seebold (Syracuse)
A native of Dallas, Texas, Seebold netted 26 points in 13 games in his final season at Syracuse.
77th Overall: Left-Handed Forward, Ronan Jacoby (Wesleyan)
Jacoby is a native of Glastonbury, Connecticut and he racked up 27 points in five games for Wesleyan during the shortened 2021 season.