"After seemingly sleep walking throughout the OHL regular season, the big Kea turned it on in the OHL post season as he started to
use his frame more effectively and consistently to play a strong power game down low in both zones and dominated along the walls. He
skates well and plays the role of a defensive minded power centre well. He does not have the offensive skill set to become a top six
player but could serve as a strong bottom six complimentary two-way player at the next level and worth a late round selection if a team
sees that potential."