BROOKS, AB (October 27, 2020) – Brooks Bandits defenceman Corson Ceulemans has been listed as an A-rated prospect for the upcoming 2021 NHL Entry Draft, Central Scouting announced Tuesday in its initial Players to Watch List.
Players on the list are rated on an A-to-C scale with A-rated prospects are considered potential first-round picks.
Ceulemans is among 16 Canadian Junior Hockey League players named to the Players to Watch List. He appeared in 44 games during the 2019-20 season with Brooks, posting 35 points (5G, 30A).
The 6?2?, 196lb native of Beaumont, AB also represented his country at the World Under 17 Hockey Challenge in Medicine Hat, AB in November of 2019, scoring 4 points (4A) in 4 games for Team Canada Black. Then, in December of 2019, he was named to Team Canada West at the World Junior A Challenge in Dawson Creek, BC. He capped off the season being recognized as one of the nation’s top 46 under-18 players and was invited to the 2020 National Men?s Summer Under-18 Selection Camp, which was cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
As a 15 year-old affiliate, he appeared in 8 games during the 2019 AJHL Playoffs and Doyle Cup for Brooks, posting 3 points (2 goals, 1A). After turning 16, he played in five games in the 2019 National Junior A Championship, scoring 3 points (3A).
Ceulemans is committed to the University of Wisconsin (NCAA Division I, Big Ten Conference).
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