This is clearly a kind of late thread, but other than Schwartz and Tarasenko, I came away real impressed with Brian Dumoulin in the 011' WJC, and he was among a few highly-rated prospects on that American defensive group, including those such as Merrill, Leddy, Forbort and Faulk, all of whom receive more attention than him. I saw a defenseman who was obviously sizeable, (listed as 6'3" and 205 lbs at 18) but also a real smooth-skater, and his strength really stood out in comparison to those around him. However, what really stood out was his poise with the puck. He never seemed phased by incoming checking pressure, and patiently would calculate his decision with the puck, able then to pass it off crisply and accurately. He put up 3 goals and 33 points in 37 games in his sophomore year in college this season. He definitely has the upside to be a real steady, big-minute man with his poise, size and strength but also a secondary producer due to his ability to quickly and smartly distribute the puck. How would you guys rate him? Again, I thought he was the US' best, or at least most well-rounded defenseman in this latest WJC.