Friday, May 15, 2009

USHL Entry Draft

Here are the first two rounds of uncommitted players selected in the May 13th USHL Entry Draft. Though some of these players project better as junior players than college players, odds are that 95% of them will earn a D1 scholarship. Also, you can assume that some of these players improved their draft stock because they're likely to report to the USHL team that drafted them.

Michael Voran - (90) - Wenatchee-NAHL
Blake Coleman - (91) - Dallas Stars AAA
DJ Vandercook - (90) - Wenatchee-NAHL
Brendan Woods - (92) - Williston Prep
Evan Kovacs - (91) - Grosse Point North HS

Austin Coldwell - (90) - Springfield-NAHL
Brandon Carlson - (92) - Chicago Mission
Dan Senkbeil - (91) - San Jose AAA
Tyler Amburgey - (91) - NTDP
Taylor Aronson - (91) - LA Jr. Kings
Nolan Zajac - (92) - Winnipeg Thrashers
JD Carrabino - (91) - Millbrook Prep

Zane Gothberg - (92) - Thief River Falls HS
CJ Motte - (91) - Traverse City-NAHL
Ryan McKay - (92) - Chicago Young Americans


Anonymous said...

Still dont get why some players i think should be getting drafted in the first or second round didnt even get drafted...politics??

CHRE said...

There really are no politics in the USHL. Generally, teams will draft with two criteria in mind: Will they help my team? & Will they play for my team? Odds are that the reason the players you're thinking of weren't drafted is that they answered no to one or both of those questions.

Anonymous said...

Max Hartner - (91) - Colorado Rampage

is committed to Air Force 11'