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2014 NLL Draft Results Announced

September 22, 2014 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) News Release

A total of 55 players heard their names called at the 2014 National Lacrosse League Draft at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre on Monday, Sept. 22. The Edmonton Rush selected Ben McIntosh from Drexel University with the first overall selection while Jeremy Noble (University of Denver) to the Rochester Knighthawks and Miles Thompson (University at Albany) rounded out the top three picks.

The results from the entire six-round draft are listed below:


1. Edmonton (from Minnesota): Ben McIntosh (Drexel University)

2. Rochester (from Vancouver): Jeremy Noble (University of Denver)

3. Minnesota (from New England via Edmonton): Miles Thompson (University at Albany)

4. Colorado: Eli McLaughlin (Coquitlam)

5. Minnesota (from Buffalo): Shane MacDonald (Brampton)

6. New England (from Toronto via Calgary): Mark Cockerton (University of Virginia)

7. Colorado (from Edmonton): Robert Hope (Pfeiffer University)

8. New England (from Calgary): Quinn Powless (Six Nations)

9. Buffalo (from Rochester via Vancouver): Brandon Goodwin (Adelphi University)


10. Minnesota: Joe Maracle (Six Nations)

11. New England (from Vancouver via Rochester): Rodd Squire (Six Nations)

12. Vancouver (from New England via Buffalo): Conrad Chapman (Nanaimo)

13. Edmonton (from Colorado): Adam Shute (New England College)

14. Buffalo: Matthew Bennett (Brampton)

15. New England (from Toronto): Matt Crough (Dowling College)

16. Calgary (from Edmonton via Buffalo via Colorado): Tyson Roe (Concordia University Wisconsin)

17. New England (from Calgary via Toronto): Alex Buque (American International College)

18. Buffalo (from Rochester via New England): Tyler Ferreira (Dowling College)

19. Edmonton (compensatory): Tyler Melnyk (Marquette University)


20. New England (from Minnesota): Josh Johnson (Six Nations)

21. Vancouver: Brandon Clelland (Orangeville)

22. New England: Sheldon Burns (Dowling College)

23. Vancouver (from Colorado via Rochester): Dan Keane (University of Delaware)

24. Buffalo: Jordan Dance (Orangeville)

25. Vancouver (from Toronto): Jakob Doucet (New Westminster)

26. New England (from Edmonton via Calgary): Ty Thompson (University at Albany)

27. Rochester (from Calgary via New England): Brier Jonathan (Six Nations)

28. New England (from Rochester): Connor Campbell (Brampton)


29. Minnesota: Eric Guiltinan (Brampton)

30. Vancouver: Matt Delmonico (Seton Hill)

31. New England: Mike Mawdsley (Sacred Heart University)

32. Colorado: Zach Rogers (Providence College)

33. Toronto (from Buffalo): Brandon Benn (Johns Hopkins University)

34. New England (from Toronto): Jayson Crawford (Brampton)

35. Edmonton (from Edmonton via Minnesota): Matt MacGrotty (Bryant University)

36. Calgary: Pat Henry (Calgary Mountaineers)

37. Rochester: Ian Martin (Six Nations)


38. Minnesota: Pat Miles (New England College)

39. Vancouver: DJ Saari (Coquitlam)

40. Minnesota (from New England): Paxton Leroux (Peterborough)

41. Colorado: DJ Giacobbo (Canisius College)

42. Colorado (from Buffalo): Terry Ellis (University at Denver)

43. Toronto: Jordan Robertson (Whitby)

44. Edmonton: Chad Mitchell (Bellarmine University)

45. Calgary: Cam Gardner (Bellarmine University)

46. Rochester: Anthony Patterson (Six Nations)


47. Edmonton (from Minnesota): Mitch McAvoy (Mercyhurst University)

48. Vancouver: Steve Ferdinandi (New Westminster)

49. Buffalo (from New England): Mike Melnychenko (Chestnut Hill)

50. Colorado: Mike Crampton (United States Air Force Academy)

51. Toronto (from Buffalo): Brady Haseltine (Mercyhurst University)

52. Toronto: Darryl Robertson (Whitby)

53. Edmonton: Mike Digeralmo (Edmonton Outlaws)

54. Calgary: Andrew Smistad (Marquette University)

55. Rochester: Zach Williams (Six Nations Rebels)

There were plenty of trades involving players and draft picks, all of which can be found at the following link:

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