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12-31-2012, 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by weems View Post
Jones is RAW.

I still think he has the highest upside of anyone in this draft regardless of a few bad games. Drafting is more about longterm and evaluating how a player will develop and what kind of player they will be when theres 24-25 not what they be at 19-20. Jones looks to be forcing things a bit too much and almost playing nervous but his talent in undeniable. I really have to question anyone that would take Drouin over him.
I would have a hard time believing anyone can accurately rate these guys due to the different amount of viewings, the different leagues, the different age groups they compete in. If they were all in the same league I'd give some credence to it, but realistically, some are playing against NHL players while others are playing against 16 and 17 year old boys.


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