Six incoming and one current Wolverine made NHL Central Scouting’s Final Rankings list that was released this morning.

U.S. National Team Development Program Under-18 forward J.T. Compher is the highest ranked at #34 among North American skaters.  That is down from #20 in the Midterm Rankings.

Dubuque (USHL) defenseman Michael Downing checks in at #49, which is the same position he was in for the Midterm Rankings.

U.S. NTDP forward Tyler Motte is next at #84, up from #109 in the Midterm Rankings.

Victoria (BCHL) defenseman Nolan De Jong is ranked #111, up from #150.

Green Bay (USHL) forward Alex Kile is ranked #136.  He went undrafted last summer and was not ranked in the Midterm Rankings.

Freshman forward Andrew Copp made the list at #142 after a strong second half of the season saw him end up centering the top line. Copp was also undrafted last year and not ranked in the Midterm Rankings. Well deserved for him to make the list.

U.S. NTDP forward Evan Allen rounds off the Wolverines at #157, up from #180 in the Midterm Rankings.

2014 recruit Dexter Dancs (Vernon/BCHL) was ranked #154 in the Midterm Rankings and ended up unranked in the Final Rankings.