Burke having acquired 2 late first-rounders, along with our own low second-rounder, I really think he'll try to go after a real ******* of a player, much like he did last draft with Ross, who he went out of his way to get, trading Hayes for a pretty early pick at no. 43. It seems guys like McNeill, Ambroz, Jacobs, Jenner, Ritchie, Biggs are the consensus later-rated powerforward class of this draft, although there is conflicting information on who is actually real physical. I think Burke definitely goes after Ambroz. He's a guy who was rated in the top-10 early into the season, has dropped, but really seems to exemplify the play that Burke likes, and could even be a top-six player being rated so highly at one point. Jenner seems the other most overtly physical player rated later. No way Burke overlooks a player like that who is also a PPG junior. Guys like Ritchie and Jacobs are underproducing, and Biggs is still at an early period in his development with the NTDP, so I'm thinking Burke should be looking primarily at the trio of Ambroz, Jenner and McNeill, as they are also about healthy PPG producers going into the draft at this point. Anybody I may be missing? Or maybe I'm not evaluating these players correctly? Sorry if this appears as a Leafs thread, but the powerforward seems to be quite the universal commodity to any team at the moment anyways. Everybody wants to draft that guy late in a round, like M. Richards, Perry, Getzlaf, C. Stewart, etc..