1. Jakob Silfverberg F (Brynäs IF, SEL) 52.60%
2. Mika Zibanejad F (Djurgården IF, SEL) 62.79%
3. Robin Lehner G (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 80.95%
4. Mark Stone F (Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL) 54.86%
5. Cody Ceci D (Ottawa 67's, OHL) 58.47%
6. Stefan Noesen F (Plymouth Whalers, OHL) 88.14%
7. Matt Puempel F (Peterborough Petes, OHL)33.81%
8. Shane Prince F (Ottawa 67s, OHL) 46.15%
9. Mark Borowiecki D (Binghamton Senators, AHL)32.09%
10. Stephane Da Costa F (Binghamton Senators, AHL)38.24%
11. Mike Hoffman F (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 45.00%
12. Andre Petersson F (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 27.83%
13. Jim O'Brien F (Ottawa Senators, NHL)40.34%
14. Patrick Wiercioch D (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 67.47%
15. Jean-Gabriel Pageau F (Chicoutimi Sagueneens, QMJHL) 41.67%
Derek Grant is my pick. "With more confidence and renewed health there's every reason to expect a 50-point plus season from Grant next year as he looks to become one of the go-to players in Binghamton and position himself as a potential call-up candidate for Ottawa." http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article...-of-prospects/
Well, all the players that I listed get underrated simply because they aren't flashy.
-If it wasn't for injuries he could have been a late first round pick in this last draft. He seems like the player with the highest potential from the remaining prospects so I think he fits in well at 16.
-The best d prospect still available. He just came off a season where he put up 20 points (10 g, 10 a) in the NCAA which is very good for a shut down d man. That ability to move the puck and provide some offence is pretty valuable for a big nasty shutdown guy. He could end up being a 2nd pairing guy
-IMO Blood is the next best d man after Sdao. He also has the potential to be a 2nd pairing guy and also seems like he has a bit of offensive skill for a shutdown guy
-He just came off a big season where he nearly tripled his goals and point total. Anyone who went to the development camp would have seen that he has vastly improved from last years camp. He could be another Chris Neil type of player which makes him a valuable asset to this organization
-Dizzy gets pretty underrated around here because he is still a bit raw. He is big, physical, has decent speed and is a solid skater, he is sound defensively and has some decent offensive skills. He has a lot of skills and just needs to put it all together. I see his pro potential as another Curtiss Glencross and so far he is following a similar career progression.
-I guess I am one of the few fans who haven't given up on Gryba. He will likely only be a 3rd pairing guy as a pro, but he could be very similar to Andy Sutton.
IMO the rest of the prospects need another year to establish themselves in the top 20.