Elite Junior Profiles announces that young athlete Logan Crisp has committed to play hockey for York College of Pennsylvania.
Aiden has developed an outstanding track record with remarkable achievements. In the 2017-18 season, Winslow was selected in the NCDC Futures Draft by the New Hampshire based Northern Cyclones club.
Cameron has been playing hockey for 5 years, being a late starter, however, his performance and track record would suggest otherwise. The 5’5, 145 C/LW player has been rapidly moving up in the hockey world from house league to the AAA level to U18AAA today.
Tobin Winslow has many ambitious goals for the future; his passion and commitment in everything he chooses to participate in has proven very successful for this rising hockey star from Florida.
Elite Junior Profiles has recently partnered with several coaches, organizations and other companies that provide resources for student-athletes and their parents.
Nominated as Captain of his Junior team by teammates and coaches alike, Luke Houk demonstrated the characteristic of grit and a never give up attitude every week after suffering a torn labrum in his left shoulder early in the season in October.
With most high school athletes about to start playing for their summer teams and attending showcase camps, now is a good time to discuss how college recruiting really works.
Their road to the finals was not easy for the Richmond Generals who ended up taking home the 2018-19 USPHL Elite Championship title.
The youngest Elite All-Star, Shaun Houk made the move to the USPHL Elite team this year and played extremely well against players up to four years older than him throughout the year. He posted three goals and 20 assists for 23 points in 43 games.
Through his inaugural USPHL season, Shaun amassed 23 points and was the defensive point leader for his Carolina Eagles Elite team establishing himself as one of the top young defensemen in the USPHL.