Dylan McIlrath / D: Full profile
Quinton Howden / LW: Full profile
Kendall McFaull / D: I see decent mobility in a big package, but I wonder if I'm manufacturing a player here. Just doesn't do much to stand out, but is at least okay in the d-zone. But if there's much puck moving or offensive ability here, it's pure projection. A bit of wildcard, I'm not sure I'd spend anything more than a 6th on him, but I know there are some scouts who think there's a lot of hidden talent here.
Tony Honejsek / LW: Shifty and and dangerous at the offensive end, but is a bit of a perimeter guy and a power play specialist. I like the hands, he can really stickhandle and shoot, but he clearly doesn't like to get hit. That's a big red flag. If he's available after the 5th, I might think about him.
Connor Cox / D: Should turn into a decent junior player, but I see too much tentativeness right now to be a pro prospect. Can carry the puck a bit, but needs to improve first pass ability.
Dallas Ehrhardt / D: Absolutely huge d-man, but after seeing him a couple of times I wasn't sure he even belonged in the Dub right now. Skating is a bit of a problem right now. So is puck skill. And d-zone smarts. Yeah, pretty much everything is a problem.
Brandon Glover / G: Big, but I didn't really see a whole lot of natural quickness. Not sure any team drafts him just on the size alone.
Danny Gayle / LW: Had the scouts scrambling to see him after his first 7 games, but he sure fizzled out quickly.
Other 2010s: Nathan MacMaster, Jakub Herman
2011 Outlook: Joey Kornelsen was the only underage on the roster, but I didn't see much to get excited about yet with him.