When the college recruiting process kicked into second gear, Phillips Exeter seniors Behaylu Barry and Jonah Johnson both realized where their final destination would most likely lie.
Barry (Stratham, N.H.) wants to become a doctor, while Johnson (Milton, Mass.) leans towards being an architect or engineer. The impending academic workload, both agreed, wouldn't be conducive to the athletic rigors of playing Division 1. Rather, the Division 3 route made sense.
"Last spring, with it being junior year and the work load reaching its peak, the stress started to mount," Johnson said.