2017 NHL Entry Draft

Scott Reedy

SCOTT REEDYUSA

SAN JOSE • ROUND: 4 OVERALL: 102

 

Previous Team: U.S. NTDP Under-18 Team (USHL)

Hockey Draft Central Ranking: No. 70

Vital Statistics

Position: C • Height: 6-1 • Weight: 202 • Shoots: Right
Birthdate: April 4, 1999 • Hometown: Prior Lake, Minn.

Additional Information

Current Status: ACTIVE | STATS
Previous Teams: Shattuck-St. Mary's (Minn. HS); U.S. U-17 (USHL)
USHL Debut: Sept. 26, 2015 (Team USA at Chicago)
First USHL Goal: Oct. 24, 2015 (Team USA vs. Lincoln)
NCAA Commitment: University of Minnesota

IN THE NEWS:
Has Raw Talent to Be an Offensive Force
Focused on Improving During Draft Year
Following in His Big Brother's Footsteps

Quotes from Major Draft Guides

• "Two-way Minnesota commit with nice hands fell off as NTDP run went on." (Hockey News Draft Preview)

• "Average skating forward with good size and physicality. Has good puck skills and supports the play well with his linemates. Will need to improve his explosion and agility to be able to play at the next level and create any kind of impact offensively. NCAA player and minor-league pro if no improvement on skating." (Jose Charbonneau, ISS Scout)

• "Differing opinions on the U.S. NTDP winger regarding his vision and skating, with the main knock being that he doesn’t always utilize his linemates properly. He has some pucks skills, and will have lots of time to work on all parts of his game." (Recrutes.ca)

• "Has some good finishing style around the net, and his hands are above average, as he can make plays out of the corner, behind the net, or off the rush. The Minnesota recruit has seen his draft stock fall this season, although has been one of the better U.S.-born 1999's in the years leading up to the entry draft." (HockeyProspect.com Black Book)

• "At his best when driving into traffic and bulling his way to net. Takes the puck in deep and cycles well down low, making power moves to net. Heavy shot; needs to use it more. Not a high-end offensive talent, but has the jam to appeal to NHL clubs when on his game." (Red Line Report)