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Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

anon
There are not any 96's currently playing Prep Hockey. There are a few 97's, that are mostly late and will likely be 19 when they graduate.

That being said, most elite 18 or 19 year old players are long gone from prep and playing Tier 1 or 2 Juniors.


Or the real elite 18 & 19 year old are already playing college.

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

Shoot I graduated HS before I turned 18. Wish I knew about this repeat thing back in the early 90s. Maybe I could have been somebody!

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

OP: find me two players that will be 20. Just two. If you can't then STFU.

And sorry your kid didn't get admitted.

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

Anon
OP: find me two players that will be 20. Just two. If you can't then STFU.

And sorry your kid didn't get admitted.


Kid from Exeter will be 20 this January, kid from Pomfret will be 20 in March

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

Now go get committed, STFU & and keep paying prep $!

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

It's impossible to compare kids in HS, prep or college by school year. There are kids playing Prep that are younger than players who are juniors in college. I love when someone compares my college player to a same school year player who is literally over 4 years older than him. Yeah just the same

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

'literally' four years older than him as opposed to what? Being figuratively four years older? God, the Kardashians sprinkling 'literally' into every sentence has now made it to the DBoard.

Re: 20 Year-old Prep Stars

anon
'literally' four years older than him as opposed to what? Being figuratively four years older? God, the Kardashians sprinkling 'literally' into every sentence has now made it to the DBoard.
Yeah, i struggled to understand what pij tht eposteeer was making. "There are kids playing Prep that are younger than players who are juniors in college?" Isn't that what you'd expect?