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With their final selection in the first-round in 2015, the Swarm added yet another lethal offensive weapon in Randy Staats from Syracuse University with the No. 6 overall pick. Highly regarded as one of the top playmakers in DI lacrosse, Staats' well-rounded game translates well to the NLL. Having spent time with the Thompson Brothers on the Iroquois Nationals team during the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, Staats is no stranger to playing at a high level. His 32 points (10G, 22a) in the WILC ranked second on Iroquois and his four points (2G, 2A) in the Gold Medal game tied a team-high. In the summertime, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound righty forward also plays for his hometown team, the Six Nations Chiefs, where he won a Mann Cup in 2014. At Syracuse during the spring season of 2015, the 22-year-old ranked third on the team with 53 points, second with 24 assists and fourth with 29 goals. In 2014, Staats was a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist after posting a career-high 33 goals to go along with 23 assists. Prior to his time at Syracuse, Staats posted gaudy numbers at Onondaga Community College. as the two-time NJCAA Player of the Year: 139 points (57G, 82A) in 2012 and 156 points
(73G, 83A) in 2013