We are now onto the top uncommitted players part of the junior player rankings series. Sections just started this week and we have seen a full regular season from all of these junior forwards. One of these players is actually ranked higher than one of the committed forwards, so that is a good feat for him. The top five uncommitted forwards are featured in this article.
The top uncommitted Junior isfrom CDH. He has some insane stats this season, as he is nearing 40 points with 14 goals and 25 assists. For sure an unselfish player that is a great playmaker, but can also find the back of the net. He will likely pick up some more exposure in the section tourney, and also if they do make state. Fisher averages 2.17 points per game, and that is super good for a junior. I expect him to have an even better season next year and is the most likely forward to get D1 interest next.
Klotz is the top junior Forward in ’A’ and is the second-best uncommitted forward overall. Klotz had a great season; he had 46 points with 15 goals and 31 assists. This is also a really great playmaker that can also really put the puck in the net. Klotz averaged an astonishing 2.56 points per game this season. Klotz had 50 points last year as a sophomore- he has had a very elite year. I expect him to keep it up and hit mid 50 points next year. Also, look for him to play at a prestigious team this offseason as more opportunities should come for him.
is another top junior forward for CDH. Also, a very good playmaking forward who has more assists than goals this season. Sondreal has 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points at this point of the season. Last year he finished with 31 points. I also expect him to improve even further in his senior season and hit around 45 points. Jake has had a great start to his career, and I fully expect it to continue next year.
is at a small ’A’ school, but the numbers he has put up so far in his career are super impressive. This season Kennett has 27 goals and 26 assists for 53 points and almost averaging 3 points a game. Last year had 75 points and averaged 3 points per game. This is a player that I think will get recognized just by his stats and not judged by the school he goes to. Tyler played in the HS elite league this last summer, and that is a great step in the right direction.
is one of the best forwards in ’AA’, he has 35 points this season with 14 goals and 21 assists. Last year he also notched 35 points and had 9 points in the elite league. Will has an amazing line next year with two other junior forwards who are also ranked. Expecting huge things from Will in the playoffs this year and in the season next year. Well- balanced two-way player that can tally up some points.