Safe assumption that at that size if he was any good he'd have been drafted by now.
Don't be surprised if he starts getting interest from teams over here once he gets to be 24/25. He's still a work in progress, but the key word is still progress. Added bonus: the last line of his eliteprospects profile writeup = "Pretty active stick". 6'8"... pretty active stick... How old was Hal Gill again when he really came into his own?
But in all seriousness, at a similar age Hal Gill was a former 8th round draft pick who had just been named captain of his NCAA team after their championship. Svedberg is playing in the European pros for the third year in a row and was one of the captains of his J20 championship team two seasons ago. I mean, what does any of that tell us about the possible "ceiling" of one guy vs the other? Moral of the story is that it's hard to write these uberbig guys off until we see what they're capable of in their mid-20s. If mobility/speed issues aren't worked/trained out by then, it becomes a safer bet.