Marc-Olivier Roy - BLB - spot on description 57.
Tommy Veilleux - Victoriaville - All heart, has underrated vision. Small but brings crazy energy
Maxime Gravel - Rimouski
Laurent Dauphin - Chicoutimi
Jon Diaby - Victoriaville - I see a team taking a flyer on him in the late rounds, a physical specimen and his footwork is getting there.
Yan-Pavel Laplante - PEI - excited to see him back, was a great two-way energy player last year.
Alex Belanger - Rouyn-Noranda - Played well in Halifax and helping Rouyn overachieve this year with calm steady goaltending.
Vladislav Lysenko - Sherbrooke
Matt Murphy - Val d'Or - Was shocked when he was ranked 24th in the prelims. Great two-way defender.
Oliver Cooper - Saint John - Solid skater, good on forecheck, has size and is physical.
Not a fan of Brouillard, didn't get big minutes by any stretch against Halifax or Cape Breton and seems like a powerplay specialist at this level, let alone in the Pros.
Porier isn't a guy i like either. Played small the last few times I've seen him and skates alright for someone his size. The skills are there but don't seem like they could be translated.
I like your list, very solid. I disagree on Poirier though, I've seen him often this season, he's improved tremendously from last year. He is bigger AND plays bigger as well, and is still improving offensively. Honestly, I think he could end up being one of the best forwards from the Q out of this draft.
Samuel Morin, I'm out of the scouting game but last year I came away very impressed with Morin's skill set and physical capabilities. I have noticed he has 7 assists in his last 11 games. If he continues similar offense expect him to rocket up the rankings possibly into the first round by seasons end. I would imagine he is getting all the defensive zone draws and tough assignments.