The first try-out camp of the offseason has wrapped up from the Robert Morris University Sports Center in Pittsburgh. Day three from this first-class facility certainly didn't make the decisions easy for the Tomahawks coaching staff.
Throughout the camp, the speed was the most noticeable. All players that participated seemed to have a lot of gas in the tank and used their speed well.
Also on display was skill. All three games Sunday morning showcased the skill that was brought to the camp. The goalie had to be on their toes all camp long.
Overall, the camp was a success and Mike Letizia and Nick Shackford have difficult decisions to make. The Tomahawks host a second pre-draft camp in Novi, Michigan. The camp starts May 27.