Doing it all for St. Joseph’s, Corry was recently named captain for the Cadets. He had 89 points a year ago, nearly perfectly split with 44 goals and 45 assists. He also led the team with 65 ground balls – more than any faceoff man or defender. Watching Corry on film, the first thing that jumps out is his hands. He’s remarkably smooth picking up the ball, handling it, and moving through traffic with it. It will remind you of how some Canadian players handle the ball, which means he should fit right in at RIT. Whether it’s a ground ball or a toe drag past an approaching defender, Corry always looks to be in control. He’s skilled as a shooter and has the range to score from 14 to 15 yards. On film, it stands out as he’ll step into a shot that a defender doesn’t close out on because the defender isn’t used to playing someone who has that type of range. He shoots with his entire body, and borderline violently, generating power and velocity from his core and his legs. He’s solid in the defensive game and on the ride, and if he’s anywhere near a loose ball, it’s going to be his.