Development camps give team draft picks and invitees the chance to experience an NHL camp with the team staff on and off the ice. Prospect development camps aren’t just beneficial to the player, as they also give front office members a chance to evaluate player talent, allowing young prospects to embed themselves on NHL radars.

Hockeycruits4u players at NHL Camps in 2015;
CBJ Tyler Bird F
TOR Jeremy Bracco F
CAR Taggart Corriveau F
OTT Joel Daccord G
BOS Ryan Donato F
NJ J.D. Dudek F
BUF Jack Eichel F
NJ Casey Fitzgerald D
WPG Erik Foley F
ARI Conor Garland F
VAN Adam Gaudette F
OTT Miles Gendron D
COL A.J. Greer F
CAR Noah Hanifin D
DET Patrick Holway D
CHI Michael Lackey G
EDM John Marino D
PIT Joseph Masonius D
CAR Jake Massie D
CBJ Sonny Milano F
TOR J.J. Piccinich F
ANA Steven Ruggiero D
FLA Patrick Shea F
CHI Ryan Shea D
MIN Alex Tuch F
FLA Joe Wegwerth F
OTT Colin White F



Hockeyrecruits4u will be busy this weekend. Our scouts will be at the USPHL Summer Showcase this weekend July 17-19, at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, MA. Follow all the action here.

Also, this weekend is the Senior Chowder Cup. Check out all the action

It’s quite a thrill to of hearing your named called at the NHL Entry Draft. The reality is that there are only 211 players that have the fortune of becoming a selection for an NHL team.

There are 7th round selections who’ll make it and 1st rounders that don’t. It all comes down to the player and how bad he wants to play. Every year there are college free agents that go through the draft and two years later they’re in the NHL. So it comes down to how much a player wants it, and how much work he’s willing to put in.

Teams will start holding their development camps in the coming weeks where many undrafted players will get an invite to showcase their skill and compete level. College Hockey, Inc. ‏added a development camp roster with sortable list. …with 63 of 126 still undrafted free agents, that’s half if your doing the math.

There are always opportunities to get noticed and enter your name into the draft the following year, but sheer will and determination is what separates the players who make it an the players who don’t. There are countless ways to make it in the NHL. Getting drafted certainly helps, but for those who weren’t selected, it’s not the end of the road. Effort, tenaciousness, and mental toughness will go far in making a dream come true.

Our friends at College Hockey Inc. have done a great job recording Fifty-six current or future NCAA players representing 27 schools were selected in the 2015 NHL Draft Friday and Saturday in Sunrise, Fla. After a record three current NCAA players (Jack Eichel, Noah Hanifin and Zach Werenski) were taken in the top eight of the draft on Friday, 53 current college players or committed recruits representing 27 different college programs followed in the remaining 203 picks at BB&T Center. See story here.

Another great report over is over at College Hockey News

What happens now to the players college team? Does a player go to CHL, AHL, NHL or stay playing NCAA hockey. It will be interesting to see how many players end up on different teams than they may have originally planned or committed to…


Hockeyrecruits4u is in Sunrise, Florida for the 2015 NHL Draft. Top end talent, right off our listing, where 4 years ago we were the first to identify Jack Eichel and Noah Hanifin as NHL first round picks. When asked about the draft Eichel said, “It’s really cool to be able to go through this with your family and friends,” “So many of them have sacrificed so much to be able to do what I do, and I’m happy to just be able to share this with them.”

Noah Hanifin told us, I think it’s definitely starting to hit me now,” “The draft is tomorrow night and it’s pretty crazy. I’ve dreamed about this moment for so long, and now that it’s here it’s going to be an adventure. I’m really looking forward to it.”

JACK EICHEL, C, BOSTON UNIV. | 6-2, 19526-45-71 in 40 games
Eichel will be an elite first liner, a dominant offensive presence around which a championship team can be built.
•SCOUTS SAY: “He makes the game look easy. Vision and hockey sense…and power. He’s the complete package. If he has one thing to work on it would be his shot and even that doesn’t need much. He’s a special, special player.”

NOAH HANIFIN, D, BOSTON COLLEGE | 6-2, 2055-18-23 in 37 games
Hanifin has long been regarded as the third-best talent in the class but he is the type of player who could play 15+ years for a team. He is a strong, two-way defender. He moves the puck quickly and effectively and is very useful in transition.
• SCOUTS SAY: “There’s absolutely no risk in this kid’s game. He makes good decisions as a routine. If he’s ever in trouble, he can skate his way out of it.

COLIN WHITE, C, USA NTDP (USHL) | 6-0, 1834-13-17 in 20 games
He’s the ideal two-way center, a high intensity performer whose hockey sense is off the charts. White does his best work along the boards. He excels at the cycle and is relentless in pursuit of the puck. Like Patrice Bergeron he might not be the highest scoring player on the team but he does so many little things so well that he might just be the most valuable.
• SCOUTS SAY: “White will be a great addition to any team in the NHL, he’ll provide attacking options going forward, and he’ll drop back when needed. That ability to use all 200′ of ice in a league that relishes two-way play will be key to White’s success.”


Other Hockeyrecruits4u players going to be selected:
Jeremy Bracco Freeport, N.Y. U.S. National Under-18 Team (USHL)
Erik Foley Mansfield, Mass.Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL)
Brandon Fortunato Albertson, N.Y. Boston University (NCAA)
Charlie McAvoy Long Beach, N.Y. U.S. National Under-18 Team (USHL)
Conor Garland Scituate, Mass. Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
Ryan Hitchcock Manhasset, N.Y. Yale University (ECAC)
John Marino,North Easton, MA, South Shore Kings (USPHL)
Bob Carpenter, Cambridge, MA, Soiux City Musketeers (USHL)

imageTwenty years ago, the NHL trend was toward big, tough grinders after the defence-oriented New Jersey Devils captured their first Stanley Cup with the likes of Bobby Holik and Randy McKay. That surely didn’t bode well for a nifty QMJHL centre generously listed at 5-8 and 165 pounds.

Daniel Briere of the Drummondville Voltigeurs was a perennial contender for the league scoring title, but many hockey observers agreed with the Montreal Gazette’s Herb Zurkowsky, who said Briere would be “a potential first-round pick were he bigger.” An official NHL scouting report went further: “Size is his only setback; if he were 6-0, he would be a franchise player.”

The 18-year-old clearly made an impression on Phoenix GM John Paddock. After Briere finished 1995-96 as the CHL’s leading scorer, the Coyotes picked him 24th overall in the first round.

NHL success wasn’t instant for the flashy pivot. Not until 2001-02 did he enjoy his breakout campaign with 60 points. After being traded to the Buffalo Sabres, he established a new career high in points with 65 in 2003-04. For his career, Danny has played 973 games, scored 307 goals and has had 389 assist for a total of 696 NHL points.

Here in Sunrise, FL is a Danny Briere clone, Conor Garland of the Moncton Wildcats, he too is 5’8″, 165 pounds, (Scituate, Massachusetts). It may be debatable that the NHL is changing their perception of small players, and we’re about to find out for sure with regards to where Conor Garland is selected.



Like Briere, Garland led the QMJHL in scoring (35 goals and an astonishing 94 assists).Only the second American-born player to lead the QMJHL in scoring after Pat LaFontaine, Garland’s wizardry with the puck and unpredictability often brought fans out of their seats. According to super scout, T.A. Lent, “He has always been a creator, a rare talent who makes others around him better”. With the recent success of Johnny Gaudreau and Tyler Johnson, it wouldn’t be surprising to us for Garland to be taken in the first half of the draft.

imageThe North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced its teams and divisional alignment for the 2015-16 season. The 22-team league will be divided into four divisions (Central, East, Midwest, South) spanning 10 states.

A new, four-team East Division added to the NAHL for the 2015-16 season, which include recent announcements of the Aston Rebels, New Jersey Titans and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights, who will join the Johnstown Tomahawks to make up four teams in the East.

“The new East Division is a very exciting step for the NAHL and one that is reflective of the changing landscape in the league,” said NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld. “The NAHL has a wide variety of markets that have enabled our owners to sustain and grow their respective teams, so that they may continue to provide opportunities for the players and entertainment for the communities that support them. We feel like the new teams in the East will not only provide their teams with enhanced access to scouts and a deep player pool, but also allow them to showcase the type of hockey that has enabled the NAHL to thrive as a premier development league for 40 years now.”


Harvard and Yale have a historic Ivy League hockey rivalry that started in 1900 when they played their first game in New York City. Since that first game, a 5-4 Bulldog victory, Harvard and Yale have gone on to become two of the most distinguished programs in college hockey, as well as, archrivals!

From ECAC Championships and NCAA Frozen Four appearances to producing Stanley Cup champions and Olympic gold medalists, the Crimson and Bulldogs have established proud legacies on the ice, befitting their world renowned educational institutions known for creating gentlemen and scholars off the ice.

When we wrote our story, “All Bets are off..” our thought was players might go from one school to another but most schools wouldn’t recruit another teams commit. Yet it seems the Gentleman’s agreement is over at these two Ivy schools after Hockeyrerecruits4u player John Marino,’97, D, decommitted from Yale and committed to Harvard at the same time?? Toxicodendron radicans or Poison Ivy.


How is this possible? No it’s not because the Marino family were saddened by a Don Muse exit to be head coach for the USHL’s Chicago Steel. This only can happen if a Harvard Hockey coach was talking to the player, then convinced him to switch commitments.

Yale hockey has had great success, this isn’t a program one would want to leave, as a matter of fact, it’s the envy of the Ivy League! Since Keith Allain ‘80 (a friend of Hockeyrecruits4u) took over as head coach in 2006, he has elevated the Bulldogs to be recognized among the nation’s perennial powers. The numbers tell the story of Yale’s ascension in the Allain era.

173-105-29 in 9 seasons as Yale head coach
2013 National Championship
5 NCAA Tournament appearances (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 – 6 wins)
2 straight regional finals (2010, 2011)
2 ECAC Hockey Tournament Championships (2009, 2011)
2 ECAC Hockey Regular Season Titles (2009, 2010)
6 Ivy League Championships (3 straight)

Decommits happen, but not to a rival institution the very same day. We have written a lot about the battle of the NCAA vs CHL for players. For instance, Yale lost a second committed prospect today when Hockeyrecruits4u player Cam Dineen,’98, D, signed with the North Bay Battalion most likely to best position himself for next years NHL draft.

Hockeyrecruits4u will keep a close watch on commits and how they pan out. Our focus since inception has been on the ’96 birth year and younger and those 96’s have started to enter college and will continue to, or not… We will see…




This years QMJHL draft had many head scratchers… Remember each team must take two American’s..

  • The first US player picked was at # 90 (Jack Bliss).
  • Moncton takes Hockeyrecruits4u and Sailsbury’s Mike O’Leary (Cornell) who was out at USHL’s Dubuque camp scoring a goal in the All-Star game.
  • Chicoutimi took Hockeyrecruits4u Charlie Kelleher a 1997 birth year in the ’99 draft year, um doesn’t that mean he is a free agent? How do ’97 FA’s get on draft list,.. the draft listing is screwed up every year, meanwhile the QMJHL Governors do nothing about it.
  • Hockeyrecruits4u only had 5 players to recommend as ones to make a QMJHL team.
  • No players selected from Maine or Vermont.

We honestly believe the Q doesn’t get it. The teams have no idea how to sell what they have to the New England players plus the NCAA gets better at marketing their education, $100-million hockey facilities and student centers that can accommodate entire communities. More importantly the NCAA route is obviously a superior lifestyle so important to young men and their families.

As the arms race at these universities continue to grow, there will be mounting pressure for players that can only be removed with one solution, investment. And as more schools spend, the number of NCAA players in the NHL will continue to rise, and the QMJHL will produce fewer and fewer phenoms.

The NCAA has older players, 21 year old freshmen, and is becoming the training grounds for the NHL with bigger, stronger players improving the product on the ice, producing more and more NHLer’s every year. The surging popularity of the National Hockey League in the United States can’t be denied. The revenue and ratings confirm it. The buzz around star players and successful teams, nationally and locally, confirms it. Two years ago the NHL had over 105,000 fans watch a game worth two points in the standings, freezing their arses off in the snow at Michigan’s Big House.

Players are looking for places to play which help them reach their potential  and get to the next level. Instead of going for it all and trying to peak in Major Junior at 20 years old the “educated” choice is to develop more in college and have career alternatives. Along with recruiting, facilities and coaching the NCAA is out scoring the QMJHL…

Here are all the picks from New England by State.

Rd-Rk Team       Player       Pos ST
7-110 Rimouski Alex Mella LW CT

7-127 Rimouski Lucas Niezelski RD CT

12-203 Baie-Comeau Christian LeSueur RW CT

13-221 Chicoutimi Matt Gosiewski C CT

13-223 Cape Breton Jake Gresh RD CT

14-238 Victoriaville Brendan Casey RD CT

14-248 Val-d’Or Eric Esposito LW CT

14-250 Québec Jack Hoey C CT

14-251 Blainville-Boisand Patrick Harper C CT

5-90 Gatineau Jack Bliss LW MA

6-92 Acadie-Bathurst Jake Ryczek RD MA

6-107 Saint John Mark McLaughlin C MA

9-152 Halifax Cooper Jones RD MA

9-154 Saint John Ben Mirageas LD MA

10-171 Cape Breton Alex Zafonte G MA

10-180 Moncton Keith Petruzzelli G MA

12-201 Baie-Comeau Logan Drevitch LW MA

12-210 Sherbrooke Derek Osik C MA

12-211 Québec Matthew Quercia F MA

13-219 Drummondville Max Sauve F MA

13-220 Victoriaville Dario Latessa G MA

13-225 Rouyn-Noranda Chris Brown RW MA

13-227 Charlottetown Ian Murphy RW MA

13-233 Blainville-Boisbriand Mike Young RD MA

14-236 Acadie-Bathurst Patrick Dawson LD MA

14-237 Drummondville Casey Carreau F MA

14-239 Chicoutimi Charlie Kelleher RW MA

14-243 Rouyn-Noranda Michael Callahan LD MA

14-249 Shawinigan Jayson Dobay LD MA

7-112 Gatineau Alexander Steeves C NH

8-128 Rimouski Mike Robinson G NH

9-162 Moncton Ethan DeStefani. RW NH

13-230 Val-d’Or Reilly Walsh RD NH

6-96 Sherbrooke, Matt Allen C RI

14-242 Halifax, Matthew Fawcett C RI

14-245 Charlottetown, Dennis Cesana RD RI

Congrats to all the players selected!

Hockeyrecruits4u is in Buffalo this week for the NHL Combine. Terry Pegula’s Sabres have done an outstanding job setting this combine up. The First Niagara Center and the fitness facilities available to the players to perform the tests is amazing. It’s a very exciting time around Buffalo with all these potential NHL stars. Including Hockeyrecruits4u players Jack Eichel-BU, Noah Hanifin-BC, AJ Greer-BU, Davud Cotton-Cushing, Callum Booth-Quebec, Kameron Keilly-Chalottetown, Daniel Sprong-Charlottetown, Jeremy Bracco-USNDT, Eric Foley-Cedar Rapids, Colin White-USNDT and John Marino-South Shore Kings.


The NHL Combine will give NHL teams the opportunity for interviews with the prospects at First Niagara Center through June 6th. The medical examinations will take place June 4, and the majority of the fitness testing will take place June 6 at HarborCenter.

The QMJHL entry draft, which will be held at the Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet in Sherbrooke this Saturday, June 6 is an important milestone. For players selected, it’s the first time they are recognized as elite by professional organizations whose number one responsibility is to develop NHL players.  Independent assessment of potential without politics, favors or friends being factors.


Ranked first is Maxime Comtois of the Chateauguay Grenadiers of the Quebec Midget AAA League. Maxime had a great season. His consistency, work ethic and ability to score the big goal make him a very interesting prospect. He has good physical abilities well used in tight spaces. His shooting skills and his natural scoring talent make him a dangerous player on the offense. He’s able to find his teammates on the offense, while his coach is even using him on the point during power plays. He’s noticeable on the ice and one can feel his love of the game. Maxime will be an important asset on his junior team particularly if he keeps scoring goals in difficult situations.

The top Maritimes prospect is Shane Bowers of Halifax who is ranked 3rd. No doubt that Shane is the best skater of the next draft. This centre player is fast and extraordinarily mobile on his skates. His great qualities on the offense make him a very dangerous forward. He works hard during each presence on the ice and his speed is unnerving to the opposing defencemen. He’s generous with his teammates.

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Hockeyrecruits4u is pleased to announce the commitment from 2015 draft pick Anthony Demeo,’99, D. The Port Washington, NY, New Jersey Rocket player was the Greyhounds 2nd pick (3rd Round, 61st overall) in this past April’s OHL Priority Selection.

“Like many elite players at his age, Anthony had a lot of options in terms of what his next steps would be in his academic and hockey career. We are thrilled a player such as Anthony is committing to our program.” began Hounds General Manager Kyle Raftis.

“With his ability to push the pace from the blue line with his skating, combined with his size, we are very excited to be part of Anthony’s future hockey and academic successes” continued Raftis.

The 6.00, 188-lb defenseman played one season ago with the New Jersey Rockets Minor Midget hockey club. In 25 games played he tallied 1 goals and 15 assists (16 points).Demeo was a participant in the USA NDTP U17 (National Develop Training Program) this past March before taking part in the OHL Gold Cup as part of the Elite Hockey Group team.

“I am extremely excited because I was fortunate enough to get drafted to the team that was number one on my list of teams I wanted to go to, and that made the decision to commit so easy. I can’t wait to get to Sault Ste. Marie and become part of the community and the Greyhounds” said Anthony.

Congrats to Anthony and his family!



imageimageHockeyrecruits4u player Max Prawdzik,’97, G, of Brooks School commits to Boston University for this fall! In his senior season at Brooks, Prawdzik compiled a 19-5-4 record, a 1.39 goals-against average, and .943 save percentage with six shutouts. He was named the 2014-15 ISL Eberhart Division MVP and also received 2014-2015 All New England Team honors. Max helped Brooks to a 4-2 victory over Belmont Hill in the NEPSAC Martin/East Large School title game.

BU leads the way and continues to bring in players right out of high school, Eichel, MacLeod, Greer and now Prawdzik.

Congrats to Max and his family!

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced that the league’s Board of Governors, convening for its Spring Meeting today in Chicago, Ill., has approved the following division alignment for the 2015-16 AHL season.


Hockeyrecruits4u is pleased with this major expansion across the United States. As the sport grows in popularity it’s becoming a huge economic engine as well. In operation since 1936, the AHL continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 88 percent of today’s NHL players are American Hockey League graduates, and for the 14th year in a row, more than 6 million fans attended AHL games across North America in 2014-15.

Clearly this alignment moves teams into growing hockey hotbeds in the United States leaving only a few teams in Canada. Basically because it’s become a very costly sport, pricing our neighbors to the north right out of the game. NHL teams will start taking NCAA players in later rounds of the NHL Draft. If teams start to project who they think they might target as college free agents during their draft years, they could draft those players and then keep them as prospects for at least three years before really having to make a decision on who they might sign to their AHL affiliate.


Why are we here at Hockeyrecruits4u so excited??? We can guarentee that the NCAA will follow the expansion and growth of the NHL/AHL…this creates more spots/scholarships for the players on our prestigious listing. Mike Snee, executive director of College Hockey Inc., said the idea of schools on the West Coast adding hockey has been growing, with many people around the sport expecting more schools to follow Arizona State’s move to Division I.

The QMJHL released their final scouting list of players for their draft, which will be held in early June. The Sherbrooke Phoenix, in conjunction with the City of Sherbrooke and Destination Sherbrooke, will host this major event for the second year in a row. The QMJHL Annual Session will take place from June 2nd to June 6th at the Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet in Sherbrooke.

Here is the listing:

Hockeyrecruits4u is pleased to have provided our list to the QMJHL for review, we have become the number one source for many teams.


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imageThe North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that the Board of Governors has approved the relocation of the Soo Eagles membership in the NAHL to Middletown, New Jersey beginning in the 2015-16 season. The team will adopt the name New Jersey Jr. Titans and play in their current facility, the Middletown Ice World Arena.

“We have seen our footprint in the North Division slowly migrate to other areas that became increasingly further from Sault Ste. Marie are and were left with no opponents within a reasonable traveling distance to the upper peninsula of Michigan. As a result, the NAHL recently opened up a discussion with us about a new opportunity that existed in New Jersey that is going to be a part of new growth of the league in the east,” said Ron Lavin, principal owner and governor of the Eagles. “”While the past two months have been filled with many details, emotions and recent league approvals surrounding a decision like this, it reflects the current footprint that has evolved in the North Division.”

“Everyone in the Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan has been tremendous to our organization and are grateful for their support. We have the best volunteers and community support and it is our mission to continue to have a junior team with local ownership under the Soo Eagles name in a different Canadian junior league,” Lavin continued. “The Titans have a great history and new arena and sports complex to go with it. Their youth organization in the NAPHL and Tier III junior players will make a great compliment to our organization. Bringing the NAHL to New Jersey will introduce players and fans to a whole new experience and level of hockey.”

“Since their arrival in the NAHL, the Soo Eagles organization has done a wonderful job on and off the ice and has a great track record of developing players for the next level, and that is something that we expect to continue in New Jersey,” said NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld. “Middletown will be inheriting a very successful franchise with solid and committed ownership. We feel this move to the east was a necessary one and a reflection of the current changing landscape of the NAHL and it provides the team with the best option to be successful moving forward. We are confident that with the commitment of the ownership, the quality of the coaching and the state-of-the-art venue will allow the team every opportunity for success.”

The Middletown Ice World Arena is a single-sheet facility that currently seats approximately 1,550, which is inclusive of four private boxes, a party room overlooking the rink, a bar rail, table tops in the end zone and mezzanine seating at one end of the building. The venue is also home to the New Jersey Jr. Titans. The Titans are members of the NAPHL and their hockey program’s contains over 400 participants. The NAHL team will also enjoy a dedicated locker room, office and training space.

Vinnie Dicks, Jr. Titans Hockey President said, “Ron and Head Coach Bruno Bragagnolo are great for the game. We are excited to host them in our building and have the players put on Titan uniforms. It also gives our developing players a very local aspiration. The talent in the NAHL is impressive and I can’t wait to have our players come out to watch,” said Dicks.
This year under head coach Bruno Bragagnolo, the Soo Eagles finished in 3rd place in the North Division with a 31-25-4 record and 66 points, qualifying for the NAHL Robertson Cup Playoffs. The Eagles swept their North Division Semi-Final series against the Keystone Ice Miners and advanced to the North Division Finals, where the Janesville Jets eliminated them from the playoffs in four games this past weekend. In their three years in the NAHL, the Eagles have put together a 97-66-17 record overall, which includes the North Division regular season title during the 2012-13 season. In those three seasons, the Eagles have advanced more than 20 players to the NCAA level.

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We had many calls all weekend right up to the USHL Phase 1 draft regarding players right of our prestigious listing, here are the ones taken from our area. All but five from our listing..

RD1 14 REILLY WALSH • RD • Proctor Academy
RD2 9. JACK RATHBONE • LD • Dexter Academy
RD2 14 BEN MIRAGEAS • LD • Avon Old Farms
RD3 11 MARK MCLAUGHLIN • C • Cushing Academy
RD3 13 CAMERON BURKE • C • Nobles
RD3 14 JOEY CIPOLLONE • C • Selects South Kent
RD4 8 MICHAEL CALLAHAN • LD • Roxbury Latin
RD5 7 CHRISTOPHER GARBE • LW • Long Island Gulls
RD5 8 CHRISTIAN THOMAS • F • Northern Cyclones
RD5 9 RILEY PRATTSON • C • Springfield Cathedral
RD5 10 MATT ALLEN • C • Selects South Kent
RD5 12 DANNY PETRICK • RD • Springfield Cathedral
RD6 1 COLIN FELIX • RD • St. Georges Prep
RD6 11 BEN PIRKO • LD • Selects South Kent
RD6 13 ERIK URBANK • RW • Nichols School
RD6 14 SEAN KEOHAN • RD • Dexter Academy
RD6 16 JAMES O’BRIEN • C •Dexter Academy
RD7 9 BRIAN SCOVILLE • LD • Cushing Academy
RD7 12 TYCE THOMPSON • C • Salisbury School
RD7 15 DEREK CONTESSA • RW • Christian Bros Academy
RD7 16 CRAIG NEEDHAM • C • Lawrence Academy
RD8 10 MARC DEL GAIZO • LD • NJ Rockets U18
RD8 13 JAYSON DOBAY • LD • BC High School
RD9 8. PATRICK DAWSON • LD • Westminster
RD9 10 KEITH PETRUZZELLI • G • Springfield Cathedral
RD9 15 TOMMY CRAFT • RD • Deerfield Academy
RD9 16 NEIL SHEA • F • Marshfield HS

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