S N Y P E R S 7 Posted March 11, 2015 Share Posted March 11, 2015 A smart and competitive two-way center with high offensive upside. Exhibits smooth natural skating ability with a top speed that can be hard for the opposition to handle. Soft hands allow him to let his creativity flow free. Possesses a prolific skillset; he can snap the puck to the back of the net, make a seemingly tricky pass look easy, or hold onto the puck and establish a firm forecheck until the right opportunity shows itself. All-in-all, a player who has the ability to dominate offensively and defensively due to his size, speed, individual skills, and intelligence with and without the puck. (Curtis Joe, EP 2014) Watching David Cotton play this year - I can't think of any NHLer who he reminds me of. His speed and forechecking ability is bullish, and he has the size of a Kesler-type player - but he's smarter than Ryan Kesler; more creative and smart with the puck. Great hands and uses his size well and to his advantage. Cold competitor who outworks the opposition at both ends of the rink. He's a complete player not without his dynamics. Name: David Cotton Team: Cushing Academy Size: 6'3 || 192lbs Position: Center Games Played: 33 Goals: 27 Assists: 42 Total Points: 69 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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