Here is a recap from the NA3HL Draft on April 23, 2020.
– Jack Nei (F) – 1st round – 7th overall – Cretin-Derham Hall HS, MN – Jack is a crafty, skilled forward who can make plays but also has a knack for scoring goals. He had a huge senior season for CDH, putting up 21 goals and 44 points his senior year and added 6 points in 2 games in the section playoffs.
– Jake McClenahan (F) – 1st round – 12th overall – Minnehaha Academy/North St. Paul HS, MN – Jake brings a ton of physicality with a big frame (6’2″ 223 lbs) to go along with a lot of offensive ability. He had a great senior year for Minnehaha Academy/North St. Paul, tallying 30 points in 25 games.
– Landon Frost (F) – 2nd round – 43rd overall – Marshall HS, MN – A three-year varsity player for Marshall HS, Landon was a captain his senior year after posting 28 points in 24 games his junior season. Unfortunately, injuries hampered his senior season, but he is fully recovered and ready for a huge bounce-back year.
– Dominik Caspers (G) – 3rd round – 93rd overall – Marshall HS, MN – Another great Marshall HS player, goaltender Dominik Caspers is extremely athletic and posted a staggering 1.77 GAA and .930 save percentage his senior year at Marshall to go along with an impressive .911 save percentage in the extremely competitive MN High School Elite League.
– Jack Willis (F) – 4th round – 106th overall – Chanhassen HS, MN – Jack was the leading scorer of his Chanhassen HS team this past season in his senior year and possesses quick hands and great vision. He is a point-per-game guy who can distribute the puck as well as score goals, putting up double-digit points in back to back years at Chanhassen to go along with 14 points in 16 games in the MN High Performance League.
– Liam Massie (F) – 4th round – 123rd overall – Ontario Avalanche – Liam is a California kid with a big body (6’2″ 187 lbs) and a ton of junior experience who can also light the lamp. He’s spent the last two seasons in the WSHL playing for the Ontario Avalanche where he put up 31 points in ’18-’19 and 43 points in ’19-’20.