Hi everyone! With the 2018-19 OHL regular season beginning this week, it's a fitting time to start taking a look at some of the top prospects for the upcoming draft. The Toronto Titans Early Bird Tournament was the unofficial start of the Minor Midget AAA season in Ontario, and it did not disappoint, with many of the top 2003-born prospects and teams from Ontario and USA putting their skill on display. In the end, the Don Mills Flyers played to a dominant 8-0-0 record en route to the tournament championship. Many of the top prospects to watch this year will come out of the GTHL, but Alliance is set for a major bounce-back after a disappointing '17-18 season in terms of prospects. The ETA will have a few high-end players, but the SCTA looks to be the quietest in terms of top-end talent. Up in the HEO, a couple players to watch are Mason McTavish and Connor Lockhart, who could challenge as Top-10 picks. Over the course of the season, Prospect Pipeline is going to be covering this year's '03 draft class and creating Draft Rankings, Prospect Profiles, and Features Stories. Feel free to follow along the journey with us here and don't hesitate to share your input and opinions on who you feel should be considered Top Prospects for the 2019 OHL Priority Selection. To get up to date on what has transpired thus far, feel free to check out these articles! 2019 OHL Draft Ranking: Pre-Season Top-10 Toronto Titans Early Bird Tournament: Top 20 Performers 2018-19 GTHL Season Preview OHL Prospect Profile: Shane Wright OHL Prospect Profile: Brandt Clarke OHL Prospect Profile: Maddox Callens We look forward to hearing from you all and discussing this year's crop of OHL Prospects, and hopefully seeing some of you around the rinks!