I feel like I haven't done one of these in a year so let's take a look at how BC's recruits are performing so far this season.
Miles Wood- After serving a suspension two weeks ago for a hit to the head against Thayer Academy, Wood has since returned and recorded 13 points in 4 games. That includes a 4 goal outburst against BBN and a game winning goal with just under two minutes left vs rival Belmont Hill. He now has 31 points in 15 games, giving him 2.07 goals per game.
Jeremy Bracco- Currently second on the NTDP U18 squad with 63 points in 45 games, which averages out to 1.45 points per game. He leads the team with 41 assists and 4 game winning goals.
Colin White- After missing a good amount of time due to injury, the Hanover native has bounced back with 33 points in 34 games, good for 0.97 goals per game. He is tied with Auston Matthews in power play goals (4).
Chris Brown- Coach Brown's nephew was traded from the Green Bay Gamblers to the Tri-City storm this week but in 43 games with GB, he recorded a team high 13 goals and 19 assists.
JD Dudek- In his first year outside of prep school, Dudek seems to be having a bit of a tough time adjusting to playing against bigger/faster kids as he has recorded just 12 points in 40 games.
Casey Fitzgerald- In 37 games with the NTDP, he has recorded 6 goals and 11 assists but somehow has a whopping 53 penalty minutes which is kind of surprising given his style of play.
Josh Couturier- The former Northeastern recruit has put up some great numbers with the Boston Jr Bruins this season, recording 15 goals and 19 assists in 46 games played.
Notes- I think the staff is going to add certainly one, maybe two, more forwards who will probably just provide depth unless they pull off a stunner and get Tkachuk (50% chance) or Matthews (5% chance). As we get closer to the draft, it will be interesting to see what they do with the D situation as I think there is a realistic chance that Hanifin, McCoshen, and Matheson are all gone.
David Cotton- The Cushing product is having a breakout season as he is leading all of New England prep hockey with 64 points on the season. Certainly a good sign for the staff.
Graham McPhee- 4 goals and 10 assists in 34 games played.
Zachary Walker- Just returned from a bad leg injury two weeks ago so not much to report.
Luke McInnis- The son of BC's volunteer assistant coach has recorded 10 goals and 23 assists for Dan Donato's Dexter squad. Those numbers land him at 3rd in defensemen scoring in prep hockey.
Connor Moore- the Georgia native and Brooks product is having a solid season with 4 goals and 16 assists for a Brooks team that is looking to make the small school playoffs.
Monte Graham- I don't think he will end up coming in 2016 as they'll probably have him do a year of Jr's but he has had a solid season for Tony's Tigers, recording 29 points in 26 games.
Mike Campoli- 4 assists in 44 games for the U17 team.