Ranked 7thRevoIN 2018, after 4 years learning the ropes and suffering near the bottom of the Pro Division Baltimore REVO emerged as a threat to the top teams with two Top 4 semi-finals finishes, finishing the year ranked 7th overall.nAfter three events in 2019 they are still ranked 7th, and this year the highest they’ve finished is 7th at the last event in Philly. They’ve made it Sunday all three events, but just can’t seem to catch break in the semi finals. They lost to X-Factor by one point at the last event.nTheir roster contains some of the best talent to come out of the northeast. Leading the attack on the snake side is Dan Zaleski who’s polished skills and natural aggression have made him a crucial asset to the squad. Stephen Omara is Revo’s run-through specialist but though his run-throughs make highlight reels, it’s his constant presence in key positions which sets up those big moves, that’s his true strength. Omara could start on any team in the league and his timing is second to none. If Revo can earn a tournament win, Omara could win the top gun award.nOn the Dside, Josh Pike has emerged as high-level attacker, who has increased his survivability and become one of Revo’s best offensive threats. Eddie Painter and Henry Sentz are support players who are able to shoot bodies on the break and filter forward when needed. Sentz was the team’s top ranked killer in kills-to-points-played-ratio in Philly, and typically follows Pike up the Dside.nMax Traylor’s creativity has been evident since he came into the league, he’s one of the best gunfighters on the team and can play anywhere. Matt Darula is another dominator who excels in clutch situation. Revo recently picked up the speedy Mike Zuppa from PC Katan; he’s a veteran who will add to their attacking capabilities.nOverall, Revo is stacked with talent hungry to rise up from the middle of the pack at the NXL Chicago open.