I think [No. 14] Navy's an interesting team. I feel like they're a team that can compete. They were right there with Johns Hopkins, they beat Loyola. They have [junior defenseman Chris] Fennell on defense, and [junior Matt] Rees is a Top 3 long-stick midfielder in the nation. He's so disruptive in what he does for their team and in transition. He's just so rangy. I really like that team. They need some better attack play. I think the midfield is young and talented. The kid, [freshman] Greyson Torain, is a nice little player. [No. 4] Brown is not really under the radar, and people are starting to respect them. But I think this is their second year in their hyperspeed offense, and you're seeing them just take their game to another level. They hired an offensive coordinator, Sean Kirwan, from Tufts last year, which was their first year. So now they've got an entire year, an entire offseason under their belt, and they're playing faster. They're so good. And [junior] Dylan Molloy has evolved into a true dual-threat attackman. He was leading the nation in assists last week. Last year, he led the nation in goals-per-game. So his game is complete. They've got those long-stick midfielders in [juniors Alec] Tullet and Larken Kemp, and [senior attackman Kyle] Bellistri takes a lot of pressure off of Molloy. So to me, that team is really dangerous. I can't wait for the Yale-Brown game later in the year because it will be contrasting styles between two teams that have grabbed the early stranglehold in the Ivy.