DU's Youngest Recruit To Play For USNDT

(above) Jared Fiegl will be playing for the US National Development Program for the next two seasons

Jared Fiegl (6'0 178 lbs.-Parker, Colorado) has been projected for quite some time to become a top nine forward on the U.S. National Development Team.  This week it became official as Fiegel made a commitment to play in Ann Arbor for the National Team Development Program. 

Fiegl played last year for the Colorado Rampage U16AAA team and for Coach Ed Saxer playing in 59 games and scoring 7 goals and 4 assists. Because of his size and ability he was able up an age group that was all 1994 and 1995 birth years and skipped his second year of U14 hockey.

It's been a busy off season for Fiegl, who committed to University of Denver, the college hockey team he grew up watching. Fiegl was being pursued by many college hockey powers before making his choice to play for DU. Fiegl will arrive on campus in 2014 and will play the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 season in Ann Arbor Michigan for the NTDP. 

Fiegl is projected to become a high NHL pick in 2014. Director Andrew Sherman said “the Rampage are fortunate to have someone of Fiegl's abilities and character in our program.”
2012 Recruiting Class
F Tyler Pham (Indiana Ice, USHL)
D Dakota Mermis (Green Bay, USHL)
D Matt Van Voorhis (Sioux Falls, USHL)
F Garrett Allen (Des Moines, USHL)
D Nolan Zajac (Cedar Rapids, USHL)
F Quentin Shore (U.S. Under-18)
F Connor Honey (Green Bay, USHL)
F Grant Arnold (Green Bay, USHL)

2013 Recruiting Class

F Brad Hawkinson (Lincoln Stars, USHL)
F Landon Smith (Cedar Rapids, USHL)
F Connor Chatham (U.S. Under-17)
F Ray Pigozzi (Des Moines, USHL)
D Will Butcher (U.S. Under-17)

2014 Recruiting Class

F Jared Fiegl (Colorado Rampage, U-16)
D Gage Ausmus (U.S. Under-17)
F Trevor Moore (Tri-Cities, USHL) 


dggoddard said...

Good news. We've had a Garrett Allen sighting.

He's on the roster of the USHL Des Moines Buccaneers. He hasn't appeared in a game yet, so he's likely still recovering from the injury that hampered his tryout with Dubuque.

vizoroo said...

First, congrats to Jared. Then glad we know where Garrett is. Hope he is soon playing and producing for Des Moines.

Do you remeber when Tyler Pham was our only 2012 recruit? Things have certainly changed.