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Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

Hit up the Q

The majority of players they draft don’t go due to losing the ncaa eligibility. Always a spot for an American who can play.

They have drafted a lot of New England kids that never even knew they were drafted and/or never went.

Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

Anon
Hit up the Q

The majority of players they draft don’t go due to losing the ncaa eligibility. Always a spot for an American who can play.

They have drafted a lot of New England kids that never even knew they were drafted and/or never went.
Echoing this, consider the Q as one option. Also: don’t listen to the negativity, sounds like you made up your mind, the question is which league. Not everybody wants or should go to college. I would say go with whoever takes you. The USHL isn’t all about NCAA, it’s a competitive league. There were plenty of players who went to the Q after. Why not do a year at the USHL and then see what else is out there. You can still go to Europe or Canada then, but you will be more experienced. There is no one size fits all. Enjoy the ride!

Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

PHL? :joy: :joy:
Dude, your confused.

Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

Good for you kid! Take your shot, life is too short. If it doesn’t work out you can go back to college later. More young adults should be encouraged to try what they want to make them happy.

Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

Anon
Good for you kid! Take your shot, life is too short. If it doesn’t work out you can go back to college later. More young adults should be encouraged to try what they want to make them happy.
👆🏻This

Re: Dosen't want to go NCAA

Love a young man who puts himself first for once! So sick of watching all these sheep not take a chance on themselves and just do what everyone else does, nobody wants average, don't be average. If Pro is your goal then 1 year is fine in USHL but I would suggest the Q and then overseas. Very good money to made in many of those leagues and they cover most of your living expenses so its just money in the bank! Good luck.