Top ’04s Yet To Make Commitments

Oct 9, 2020 | Craig Peterson

Jackson Dorrington starts skating up the ice during a hockey game for Cushing Academy.

Ten studs still available. Where will they land when signing day comes?

Some of the top players in North America raced to make their verbal commitments on August 1st — when 2004-birth year players can first engage in open communication with Division-I coaches. However, there’s still a ton of high-profile names available after the initial wave of commits last month. Here is the World Hockey Hub Top 10 available ’04s remaining…

10. Arthur Smith, Selects Academy

Goalie, 6-foot-3, 194 lbs, Farmington, Connecticut

9. Anthony Kahl, Little Caesars
Forward, 5-foot-6, 154 lbs, Naples, Florida

8. Aiden Dubinsky, Omaha Lancers
Defenseman, 5-foot-11, 161 lbs, Highland Park, Illinois

7. Landen Gunderson, Maple Grove High
Forward, 5-foot-11, 161 lbs, Plymouth, Minnesota

6. Jimmy Clark, Edina High
Forward, 5-foot-11, 161 lbs, Edina, Minnesota

5. Nathan Lewis, North Jersey Avalanche
Forward, 6-foot-4, 195 lbs, Chicago, Illinois

4. Jackson Dorrington, Cushing Academy
Defenseman, 6-foot-1, 185 lbs, North Reading, Massachusetts

3. Jimmy Snuggerud, U.S. National Team Development Program
Forward, 6-foot-1, 174 lbs, Chaska, Minnesota

2. Gavin Brindley, U.S. National Team Development Program
Forward, 5-foot-8, 150 lbs, Estero, Florida

1. Charlie Stramel, U.S. National Team Development Program
Forward, 6-foot-4, 205 lbs, Rosemount, Minnesota

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