This will be our final public rankings released prior to the 2016-2017 season.  Listed below are the top 5 prospects from each of the four provinces as well as the top 5 Western USA and top 5 goalies.

2002 British Columbia Top 5 Prospects

  1.  Ethan Bowen – F – Yale Hockey Academy Prep
  2.  Justin Sourdif – F – Delta Hockey Academy Prep
  3.  Payton Mount – F – Delta Hockey Academy Prep
  4.  Aidan De La Gorgendiere – D – Yale Hockey Academy Prep
  5.  Ryan Helliwell – D – BWC Bruins

2002 Alberta Top 5 Prospects

  1. Connor McClennon – F – POE Prep
  2. Kaidan Guhle – D – OHA (Edmonton) Prep
  3. Kyle Crnkovic – F – POE Prep
  4. Jake Neighbours – F – POE Prep
  5. Jordan Borysiuk – F – POE Prep

2002 Saskatchewan Top 5 Prospects

  1. Ethan Ernst – F – Notre Dame Hounds
  2. Stanley Cooley – F – Regina Pat Blues
  3. Josh Pillar – F – Sask Valley Vipers
  4. Tom Cadieux – D – Saskatoon
  5. Drew Englot – F – Weyburn Red Wings

2002 Manitoba Top 5 Prospects

  1. Ty Thorpe – F – Rink Hockey Academy Prep
  2. Anthony Kehrer – D – Rink Hockey Academy Prep
  3. Seth Jarvis – F – Rink Hockey Academy Prep
  4. Sequoia Swan – F – Rink Hockey Academy Prep
  5. Jake Poole – F – Yellowhead Chiefs

2002 Top 5 Goaltenders

  1. Koen MacInnis – BWC Bruins
  2. Eric Clark – Yale Hockey Academy Prep
  3. Bryan Thomson – Moose Jaw Warriors
  4. Ryan Deighton – Delta Hockey Academy Prep
  5. Dante Giannuzzi – Rink Hockey Academy Prep

2003 Born Top 5 Prospects

  1. Zack Stringer – F – Lethbridge Golden Hawks
  2. Carson Lambos – D – Rink Hockey Academy Prep
  3. Cole Sillinger – F – Regina
  4. Logan Stankoven – F – Kamloops Jardine Blazers
  5. Sean Tschigerl – F – Edmonton CAC

2002 Top 6 Western USA Prospects

  1. Ty Smilanic – Colorado Thunderbirds
  2. Ty Yoder – Dallas Stars Elite
  3. Samuel Deckhut – San Diego Gulls
  4. Hunter Strand – Alaska
  5. Saahil Panwar – LA Jr. Kings
  6. Ryan Mulrenin – Minnesota