If we always ask, how will a player win? How will he create space? I’m not sure I have an answer at present for Sillinger. I don’t think he’s theoretically playmaking deficient, per se, but when you’re not a transition threat, not a real threat on the wall, when checking is way tighter cutting middle, how will you get your shot — your major weapon— off? If you might not create space for yourself or your teammates, that’s not my ideal prospect. Lucius is another one. Doubles his goals to assists at every stop. 13 goals in 13 USHL games.....at 2.6 shots/game. It’s a good shot, but that doesn’t cut it for me. In the couple games I saw, he played the slot on the PP, lot of 5v5 net drive looks — not so much creating his own looks. Now, he’s bigger and more average athletically, but for a guy flirting top 10, not sure I see it. He’s not a poor center, just vanilla, but projectable goal scoring centers are unicorns. Lucius doesn’t look like a unicorn. This could be the rare draft where the USHL/NCAA players are the overvalued ones because of adequate sample.