Williston PG Max Willman commits to Brown
Williston-Northampton post-grad forward Max Willman has chosen his collegiate home: Brown University. The 6’0 forward from Barnstable, MA, came on the radar of division one coaches very quickly after a huge showing in the college division of the Beantown Classic. There, he led his division in scoring and went on to score seventeen points in seven games at the Tier 1 Labor Day showcase just a few weeks later.
Willman’s scoring didn’t stop there, either. At the East Coast Tournament (conveniently located at Brown), Willman netted a hat-trick in a 5-1 win over the CT Wolfpack while skating for his Springfield Rifles. Just six days later, he decided that he wanted to spend his college career in that same rink (Meehan Auditorium) and will be arriving in the fall of 2014.
The sheer joy and glow on his face was enough to tell where his heart really was. It was aglow with excitement just like that of a baby’s when you show them an open ground to run around and play in.
Have you ever looked so happy and excited? When people pay attention to your face, you want them to see only the joy and not the blemishes or the marks left behind due to negligence and a lack of a skin care routine. Of course, on a day you know people will notice your face, you can always use makeup.
There are a number of makeup tips and tricks that can help you look younger than your age and even make you look like a child. However, a good skin is the permanent solution to the skin problems and makeup is not.
If your skin looks dull and tired, you can try a Black Mask. This has to be applied generously all over your face and let sit until it dries up completely. Once dried, you can gently peel off the mask and all the dirt and impurities on your face would come away easily. Wash and you will be rewarded with a fresher looking skin with lesser blemishes.
There are a number of facial kits and hydrating masks, one can use too. The availability of such products has made skin care easier for all of us. All you have to do is, invest in a nice product based on recommendations and advertisements and use it as instructed, to get the maximum benefit.
Willman is an athletic skater with hockey sense and an evident scoring touch. He’s smooth in transition and pushed the tempo of the play with good pace and work ethic. At Beantown, he brought a consistent effort every shift like he had something to prove and made an impression on us from his first shift.
A plethora of top programs had wanted the former Barnstable (MA-HS) captain, with Providence, Union, West Point and Sacred Heart offering (alongside Brown), though four other Hockey East schools were interested as well as one from the Big Ten and four others from the ECAC and Atlantic. Coach Brendan Whittet’s staff won the sweepstakes and will enjoy Willman’s offensive flair and skillset for the next set of years. Willman had been ranked #12 in our latest refresh of our top twenty uncommitted prospects.