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UPDATED: We added the goalies! Lists will be added this morning for subscribers.
On the non-age weighted side, Anthony Willis, Fort Zumwalt East, and Jacob Bachesta, Seckman were our top two. If you want to see the rest of the non-age weighted list you can access it here as a member of the DITRHockey community.
On the age-weighted side, Mariano Colombo Clayton and Anthony Willis Fort Zumwalt East were our top two. If you want to see the rest of the non-age weighted list you can access it here as a member of the DITRHockey community.
On the non-age weighted side, Ryan Taylor of Fort Zumwalt East, Anthony Berni of Priory and Joseph Winkelmann Saint Louis University High. If you want to see the rest of the non-age weighted list you can access it here as a member of the DITRHockey community.
On the age-weighted side, Gage Vierzba of Fort Zumwalt East, Ryan Taylor of Fort Zumwalt East (again) and Austin Meers of Duchesne, led the charge. If you want to see the rest of the age-weighted list you can access it here as a member of the DITRHockey community.
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We will start with Midwest High School Hockey, keep coming to this post because we will put the page posts here first.
The lists will take a little bit because even though MN has a great web portal (https://www.mnhockeyhub.com/), as well as MI (https://www.mihshockeyhub.com/) for the player stats, age data is missing and we have to rely on approx. information based on HS grades to cull down the lists before we research ages.
Now we get to the skaters (forwards & defense). We are doing something different this year. Say we added some more facets (sorry bad pun).
In the past, we only rated players by their DITRP which measures them as a total prospect, which took in factors like age, the strength of the team, amount of saves, and other factors. We had some people that challenged that while once kid may be a better long-term project, they may not be better right now analytically at this moment, so how do you measure that? Well, we introduce DITRW, weighting that is independent of age factors, to measure that.
Let’s look at this year by example. While there are several incredible prospects in NE Prep hockey, there might not be a better defenseman prospect than Jack Rathbone of Dexter (Harvard) or a better forward prospect than John Farinacci of Dexter (Harvard). But it is a legit argument that they were not the best forwards or defense in NE Prep last year, that could probably go to players such as Matthew Fawcett of Winchendon (Quinnipiac) or Matthew Guerra of Cushing (Bentley) as forwards or Patrick Lavin of Worcester Academy or Jayson Dobay of Thayer (UMass) as defensemen who lead their teams to great success last year. So we should recognize those achievements as well.
Why penalize a player for mere age, especially since the NCAA D1 & D3 programs average in the 20’s for freshmen? We heard you and will rank both age-related prospect analytic lists as well as those independent of those factors.
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