Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by TeamPlayer, Oct 8, 2005.
Where would he go??? Would he challenge for #1 overall??? Or would he not even be in the top 5????
I haven't been impressed with him from a character standpoint, after he pulled an Eric Lindros-type of draft day move in the Q draft.
As he is now 54, I think that Toronto might take a chance on him in the 6th round.
Frolik, Kessel, Espo .. just for the hype.
I'd say 3rd behind Kessel and Frolik. I've only seen Espo play once though, and that was on tape.
He would be up there with Kessel and Frolik...another year of development for Espo if he was 17 (which he would be if he was ranked for 2006), he would be a year stronger and better i would say he would be right up there with Frolik and Kessel in the top 3.
well Esposito was on the same Shattuck team as Jonathan Toews last year, and Espo had something like 60 points while Toews had like 110 points. I would assume then that Toews would go ahead of him unless he had a really bad year and Espo had a great year developing.
Top 15, IMO.
Easily in the top five and if continues to progress, he most certainly challenge for the number one spot.