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2020 NCDC Entry Draft Set For Wednesday

By Joshua Boyd/USPHL.com, 06/09/20, 11:45AM EDT

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The United States Premier Hockey League will hold its annual Entry Draft for the tuition-free National Collegiate Development Conference tomorrow, which is Wednesday, June 10. The Draft is one of many ways in which a prospective player can join an NCDC team.

 

Players Eligible: Players born in the years 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 that are not already USPHL organizational assets.

 

Players cannot register for the Draft - teams will draft players that they or their staff have scouted throughout the season.

 

Players not drafted but who still want to play in the NCDC are encouraged to apply for individual teams’ Tryout Camps. Go online to usphl.com/tryouts for more information.  

 

Results: The results of the NCDC Draft will be released on a team by team basis shortly after the completion of the Draft.

 

About the NCDC

The National Collegiate Development Conference of 2020-21 will feature 13 teams coming from some of the most highly-acclaimed hockey organizations on the East Coast. 

NCDC organizations not only have sent nearly 150 players to the NCAA Division 1 ranks in the league’s first three seasons, but they also feature alumni in the NHL, including Jack Eichel, Charlie Coyle, Noah Hanifin, Connor Clifton, Colin White, John Marino and 2019 Stanley Cup Champion Zach Sanford.

The NCDC produced more than 130 NCAA commitments during the 2019-20 season. Out of a 50-game schedule, nearly one-quarter of each NCDC team’s games are played at scout-friendly multi-team showcases within the compact NCDC footprint. Three NCAA Division I and seven NCAA Division II/III conferences share the NCDC’s geographic area, making it even easier for college coaches and scouts to watch and meet players in person.

Full-time, professional coaching staffs in conjunction with first-class facilities and player amenities present a college and pro hockey atmosphere within each of the 13 organizations. Learn more at USPHL.com/NCDC