Dylan Vigue is constantly seeking out ways to better himself. Set to begin his junior year at Groton School, the Leominster (Mass.) native has evolved into a Division 1-caliber college player, garnishing interest at a rapid rate from a number of top programs.
Vigue continues to grow into his body (now standing 6-foot-3, 195 pounds) and is quick to admit that he still needs to add more muscle to his frame. Since his freshman season at St. John's Shrewbury (Mass.), Vigue has transformed his body.
"I actually first met Dylan during his freshman year at St. John's, where I was coaching at the time, and Dylan still had some of his baby weight,'' said Groton assistant coach and NEB Jays head coach Mike Abraham. "You could tell he had grown a lot recently and was still figuring out how to move with his new size. Fast forward two years and Dylan joined NEB and was also playing for Groton. It was amazing to see how much he transformed his body, adding a couple of inches and really adding some muscle and maturing."
Vigue understands what it takes to move up the ladder of success and has worked mightily to get there.