2019 OHL Priority Selection


Round Overall Name Position Height Weight Hometown 2018-19 Team
 1 15 Landon McCallum C 5’10” 153  Simcoe, ON Brantford 99ers
 2 25 Chase Stillman C 5’10 155  Sudbury, ON  Sudbury Wolves Minor Midgets
 2 26 Ethan Larmand C  5’10” 156 Midland, ON North Central Predators
 4 71 Andre Anania LD 6′ 175 Richmond Hill, ON Toronto Red Wings MM
5 97 Payton Robinson RD 6’1″ 190 Burlington, ON Don Mills Flyers
6  117 Redmond Savage LW/C  5’10 160 Northville, MI Detroit Compuware 16U
 7  137 Ryan Gillespie RW 5’11” 172 Toronto, ON Red Wings MM
 8 155 Ryan Burke  C  5’10” 142 London, ON Elgin Middlesex Chiefs
8 157 Alex Pineau RD 6’1″ 176 Thunder Bay, ON Thunder Bay Kings U16
 9 177 Jaxon Bedard RW 5’8″ 141 Mississauga, ON Mississauga Senators MM
 10 197 Cameron Kosurko  C  5’8″  138 Uxbridge, ON Central Ontario Wolves
 11 217 Joshua Simpson RD 5’11”  156 Ajax, ON Whitby Wildcats
 12  237 Cole Watson RW  6’1″ 167 London, ON London Junior Knights
 13 257 Owen Hollingsworth RW 5’8″ 143 Ottawa, ON  Navan Grads U18
 14 277 Trevor Mitchell LD  6’4″ 185 South Lyon, MI Detroit HoneyBaked U16
15 297 Justyn Ross G 5’11” 147 Markham, ON Ajax-Pickering Raiders

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Scouting Reports:

Name Scouting Report
Landon McCallum  McCallum is a highly skilled forward with excellent vision and makes all the players around him better. He is an tremendous playmaker  and has a high compete level.
Chase Stillman Stillman has great vision and has a high hockey I.Q. He plays an honest 200 foot game and he has the ability to make the players around him better.
Ethan Larmand Larmand is arguably the best two-way centre available in the draft.  Larmand plays a high compete, high energy game. He also possesses elite level skating ability and skill as well as outstanding character.  He has all the tools to be an outstanding players for Sudbury for years to come.
Andre Anania An excellent two-way defenceman. Anania has a high compete level. He plays a tight game and uses his stick very well. On the offensive side of the puck, he has excellent hands and distributes the puck well and gets pucks on net.
Payton Robinson Robinson is a patient well rounded defenceman, with an outstanding shot and great gap control. He skates effortlessly and has a great first pass.
Redmond Savage Savage is a high speed, high skilled forward. He is the complete package and could have been a first round player if not already committed to the NCAA.
Ryan Gillespie Ryan is a player with a high hockey IQ. He has an exceptional compete level and
Ryan Burke Burke is a smart hockey player with a great shot. He was one of the most improved players in the Alliance league this season.
Alex Pineau Alex has excellent feet and edges, allowing him to create space and distance, while his patience and poise make for good outlet passes and quick decisions under pressure. Alex has the ability to play a 200 foot game, allowing for both stellar defensive play while at the same time joining the rush at the offensive end. One of Alex’s greatest assets is he compete, he is relentless and plays to win.
Jaxon Bedard Bedard is a high compete player with great speed and hockey IQ. He is a penalty kill specialist.
Cameron Kosurko Kosurko is a smart, highly skilled forward that got better as the year went on. As he gets bigger and stronger, he will continue to improve.
Joshua Simpson Simpson is a very good skater. He is a right shot defenceman, that consistently moves the pucks and plays a tight gap on the defence side of the puck.
Cole Watson Watson is a big winger with strong skating ability. He has a high compete level and improved on the goal scoring department as the season went on.
Owen Hollingsworth Hollingsworth is an undersized, skilled forward who competes hard on a consistent basis. He is creative offensively and had good vision.
Trevor Mitchell Mitchell is a huge mobile defenceman, capable of playing at both ends. Move the puck up ice very well.
Justyn Ross Ross is very agile, quick, and competes very well. We see great potential in him with support from Al Valiquette.