Prep Hockey is currently in the process of rolling out updated rankings across all three classes ’22, ’23, and ’24. The goal is to have 100 seniors ranked, 75 juniors ranked, and 50 sophomores. Now is the best time to…
Prep Hockey is currently in the process of rolling out updated rankings across all three classes ’22, ’23, and ’24. The goal is to have 100 seniors ranked, 75 juniors ranked, and 50 sophomores. Now is the best time to subscribe to see the most comprehensive rankings that anyone puts out. In this article, we will take a look at who we think are the top 3 seniors this year. The senior class lost a lot to early junior players.
Fechko is officially our number one player in the senior class, he is the most college-ready out of any other senior commit. Trey has been on varsity in high school since his 8th-grade year at Holy Family. He played there for 3 seasons, then for his junior year he transferred to Edina. Fechko is a very good all-around player: he can skate very fast, can play defense and be physical, and can also score and make plays when needed. Fechko has 117 career total points and will keep adding to that this year. He decided to stay in HS one last year instead of going to juniors. He is the best player in this class as of now.
Godbout is ranked as our number two player in the senior class. Godbout continues the HM pipeline to Wisconsin, and he will be joining them after a year or two of juniors. Godbout has been off to a pretty fast start so far this year, with 4 goals and 7 assists for 11 points. The thing that Godbout excels at is his playmaking ability- he really knows how to pass the puck well. Godbout doesn’t put up the craziest stats, but he is a selfless player that does the things that do not show up on the stat sheet. Very solid HS career so far for Godbout.
is making the biggest jump in our rankings from last year to this year. At the end of last season, we had him at 17 overall, and now he is at our number three spot. Thor is a St. Cloud State commit and played a bit in the USHL this year. His career numbers are very good for a defenseman; he has 62 career points in about 2.5 seasons. Thor is a high-potential guy that will be a very good D1 player and could turn pro. He edges Sarsland as the best defender in this class because of his ability to make it on the stat sheet. Thor is a gamechanger and can help lead the Rams to state this year, but also propel all of his high-level teams in the future.