The month of March had Pre Draft Combine coordinators traveling cross country to the University of Denver and on to Niagara University.
Testing, scouting, educating players and parents on the many different paths toward College Hockey are the three core features each participant experiences.
“We have seen some great young players at both of our satellite events. There is a lot of talent out there that many scouts are missing. The Pre Draft Combine has proven to be able to help bridge that gap for the unknown, or little known player.” Said Niel Liston Vice President of Player Development
With the Pre Draft Combine heading into its main event next month in Muskegon Michigan, scouts from every league are preparing to descend upon L.C. Walker Arena.
“We will have ten teams of players participating this year. That number is up from previous years because we have invited some of the “All Star” athletic and academic performers from the satellite events to attend the Main Event.” Said Joseph Kolodziej CEO of Hockey Holdings Group
The Pre Draft Combine is not only a testing and competition event. It is an educational environment.
Having the ability to attend educational seminars, and interact directly with coaches and scouts over four days has proven to be an invaluable experience for many players throughout the years.
Just this week, two more Pre Draft Combine Alumni have added their names to the ever growing list of NCAA commitments. We would offer congratulations to Kohei Sato University of New Hampshire and Will Riedell Lake Superior State for their commitments.
Christian Gorscak also continued on his NCAA journey by tendering with the NAHL’s Johnstown Tomahawks on Friday.
If you are pursuing an NCAA opportunity, and you are not one of those players who have been able to catch the attention of scouts. The Pre Draft Combine may be the right environment for you to change your career trajectory.
If you are interested in attending, email a resume to [email protected]
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