TheGuardian_ Posted June 7, 2017 Share Posted June 7, 2017 Glass half full, glass half empty, a matter of perception. One way to gauge just how good/bad this draft class is after the top two just about every scouting list has players all over the place. Now this could mean that all these players are so good there is no difference or there is nothing that they have that is a difference. As an example the #3 overall pick from various lists Makar - Mittelstadt - Heiskanen - Mittelstadt - Heiskanen - Vilardi ....these players vary from 3 to 10 depending upon the list. It gets more diverse with each following pick. These estimations are done by professional scouts, that's all their jobs are, no GMing or other things so back to the first sentence, full, empty? This becomes pertinent to Vancouver with the recent rumours of trading Tanev for the #3 spot and fan perception if Benning trades a pick for a bonafide player. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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