This afternoon, the NAHL held its draft and over the course of a few hours, over 350 names were called.
Nine of those selected are originally from Wisconsin, including a half-dozen that played for their WIAA high school teams.
Headlining that group were WHCA/American Family Insurance Player of the Year Trenton Bliss (Appleton United) and POTY finalist Blake Ripley (Waunakee).
Also selected were Aaron Grounds (Hudson), Brendan Sheehan (Somerset/Shattuck St. Marys), Noah Wilson (Fond du Lac), and Timmy Nicksic (Tomah/Buffalo Jr. Sabres).
Hunter Larsen (Jr. Ads U18), Alec Broetzman (Madison Capitols), and Zach Metsa (Jr. Ads U18) were picked as well.
|Round||Overall Pick||Team||Name||Pos||Old Team|
|3||56||Kenai River||Hunter Larsen||F||Jr. Ads U18|
|5||110||Coulee||Trenton Bliss||F||Appleton United|
|6||127||MN Magicians||Noah Wilson||D||Fond du Lac|
|8||175||MN Magicians||Blake Ripley||F||Waunakee|
|8||182||Coulee||Alec Broetzman||F||Madison Caps|
|8||186||MN Wilderness||Timmy Nicksic||F||Tomah/ Jr. Sabres|
|9||200||Brookings||Zach Metsa||D||Jr. Ads U18|