With the 2018-19 hockey season in the rearview and junior camps in full swing, now is a good time to look at the top uncommitted, 2003-born prospects in New England.
As most readers know, college hockey recruiting is its own unique beast. Players can play college hockey as true freshmen or as 20-21 year old freshmen after a few years of junior hockey. Some ‘03s could be just two years away from college while many are more likely to be three to four years away.
Some of the top ‘03s in New England are already committed to a Division I college hockey program, but there are plenty of uncommitted players who are highly regarded. Stating the obvious, there are players on the radar who will almost certainly play Division I while others might end up in Division III, club hockey, or out of the sport all together.
Without further ado, here’s a look at the top 45 uncommitted, 2003-born college hockey prospects in New England: