(#253) 2003's who have the best chance to make an immediate impact in college next season
The lead story in today’s issue (#253) is a list of 10 players born in 2003 who I believe have the chance to make a big impact on their college teams next season. The list includes players headed to Maine, Northeastern, Denver, Wisconsin, Boston University, North Dakota, Cornell, Michigan, New Hampshire, and one uncommitted player.
Also in today’s issue:
We have some clarification on the new rule passed that will eliminate the volunteer assistant coach and add a third full-time coach.
My take on the Connecticut Ice “controversy” after accusations were made that Quinnipiac blocked opposing fans from attending the tournament.
Todd Knott was named the Flanagan Award winner, and it’s well deserved.
Stonehill’s games won’t count toward NCAA Tournament criteria.
We have one new commitment. A former Ohio State commit is headed to Army.
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