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51. Bobby Brink (RW, PHI): A distinct lack of foot speed resulted in Brink – a clear first round talent – falling to the Flyers with pick No. 34 of the 2019 draft. Brink has an awkward, choppy skating stride. That's not up for debate. What also isn't up for debate is the fact he possesses elite hockey sense and excellent creativity with the puck on his stick. Brink had no issues with the transition to the collegiate ranks in posting 11 goals and 24 points in 28 games in his first season at the University of Denver. Brink has the look of a solid middle-six winger who can help the Flyers on the power-play. He never should have been available in the second round.
52. Seth Jarvis (RW, CAR): Carolina loves smaller, skilled forwards so it was no surprise they snatched up Jarvis at No. 13 in this past October's draft. Jarvis is highly skilled and competitive. The size (5-foot-10, 170 pounds) worries me a bit moving forward but Jarvis is more than willing to go to the difficult areas of the ice to make a play. Jarvis is a winger by trade but I think he can fake playing center for a short period of time if the needed arises. A player with Jarvis' skill set in addition to possessing the ability to play multiple positions is an easy top-100 prospect.
53. Rasmus Sandin (D, TOR): Sandin is coming off an excellent season. He split the year between