Ladner's Sam Clare is in demand.
The rising lacrosse star also understands plenty will be asked of him if he wants to continue his ascendancy in Canada's national sport.
He was just named to B.C.'s U19 team which will compete at the national championships this coming Labour Day weekend in Burnaby.
Closer to home, Clare, 17, signed to play for Delta's Intermediate A box lacrosse team.
And now he's waiting for Team Canada tryouts next year.
Add all that to the fact that last year Clare, who will be in Grade 12 at Vancouver College this September, was named to a list of the 50 top young lacrosse players in Canada and you can see his future has plenty of potential.
Not bad for a player who took up the sport following in his older brother Nathan's footsteps and admits he only started to blossom into an elite player a few years ago.
"Pretty much everything I know I learned from him (Nathan) and my coaches," Clare says, adding he also owes his success in lacrosse to his stick skills and speed, something he has worked hard to improve on over the past year or so.
With that growth Clare says he's hoping to be among the top 10 scorers in the intermediate A league this coming season.
Beyond high school, Clare is looking to continue his lacrosse career and his first choice would be a college on the east coast of the U.S. which continues to be a hot bed of lacrosse.
One school he's particularly interested in is the Rochester Institute of Technology in Henrietta, New York.
If that doesn't pan out he's hoping to be a part of the team at SFU where he could also further his academic goals.
"I want to be able to help other athletes," he says. "So, I'm looking to go into kinesiology or sports medicine and then get a job as a sports trainer. I've been through a lot of injuries myself, so I'd like to help other players get over theirs and work towards preventing them."