I know Scouching just came out with a report on him, but I didn't see it yet. I did watch a game of Martino's though since this post, and you're right: obvious 1st round skill as a complimentary scorer/playmaker. He's on the small side -- and if I put on my HockeyGuy™ cap, he does play small too -- but it's not even like he's not a good skater. Sillinger is a wing at the pro level, can't skate nearly as well, and is quite low effort himself defensively and in battles.......and he's a consensus top 15 pick, whereas Martino is rated in the 2nd range. I'm sure playing almost half the game at forward alters your compete consistency, but I didn't even find Martino's defense that bad from a skating/stick/positioning standpoint. If I had a complaint, it was that he seemed noticeably reluctant to engage physically or along the boards, which doesn't bode well for the playoffs! I like Buium too. You can tell he has a clue offensively -- or just in general. In the game I saw, anytime the puck went to him in the o-zone, he'd have surprising vision, especially below the dots. If he had more to his skating, he's a 1st. But if he's a ~2nd-3rd rounder, I'd bet on that profile. I watched the available Morrow game too. Watched the Scouching report afterwards, and he basically confirmed all my thoughts in a larger sample. His puck skills -- in a 6'2 right-handed body yet -- immediately stood out as being among the best in the class. Great body deception too. He could walk prep schoolers at will. I like his feet and crossovers, would like a bit more in the stride, especially if he is trying to beat forecheckers and guys at the point as often as he does. Seems projectable though. But he's a really intelligent passer too, breakouts and cycle. Like there is big time offensive potential. It's just that prep hockey is a f***ing mess to evaluate. I can't speak to his small USHL sample other than it doesn't jump out box score watching. It shouldn't matter in small sample, but sometimes it is a sign with these high school guys. It's just easier when there's no doubt. I thought he had some good gaps, but he had to play almost no defense because of the competition. I didn't think his d-zone urgency/compete was particularly good when required, and Scouching confirmed I'm maybe not out to lunch there. Raw talent is without question though. If you could trade down for Morrow or Heimosalmi, which would you prefer? I have a hunch the Flyers wouldn't take Martino or Morrow though. I still really like Coronato out of the USHL crop; don't know if you feel differently.