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2019 NLL Entry Draft Live Results

2019 NLL Entry Draft

FIRST ROUND

  1. New York – Tyson Gibson, Robert Morris University, Forward
  2. Rochester – Ryland Rees, Stony Brook University, Transition
  3. New England (from Philadelphia) – Andrew Kew, University of Tampa, Forward
  4. Saskatchewan (from Vancouver) – Holden Garlent, Canisius College, Transition
  5. Halifax – Clarke Petterson, Cornell University, Forward
  6. Colorado – Warren Jeffrey, University of Vermont, Defenseman
  7. Calgary (from New England) – Liam LeClair, Six Nations Jr. A, Defenseman
  8. Calgary (from San Diego) – Haiden Dickson, Coquitlam Adanacs, Forward
  9. Saskatchewan – Justin Robinson, Robert Morris University, Transition
  10. New York (from Toronto via Saskatchewan) – Tyson Bomberry, Syracuse University, Defense
  11. Georgia – Kason Tarbell, Cornell University, Defense
  12. Buffalo – Brent Noseworthy, University of Michigan, Defense
  13. Georgia (from Calgary) – Ryan MacSpadyen, Mercy College, Transition
  14. Halifax (compensatory selection – Matt Vinc) – Trevor Smyth, Rochester Institute of Technology, Defense
  15. Toronto (compensatory selection – Brodie Merrill) – Aaron Forster, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Transition
  16. Saskatchewan (compensatory selection – Dan Dawson) – Tanner Thomson, Marquette University, Forward
  17. New England (compensatory selection – Aaron Bold) – Zach Goodrich, Towson University

SECOND ROUND

  1. Rochester – Cory Highfield, University of Massachusetts – Lowell
  2. New York – Jake Fox, Johns Hopkins University, Forward
  3. Philadelphia – Alex Pace, Brock University, Forward/Transition
  4. Georgia (from Vancouver) – Philadelphia* – Matt Marinier, Burlington Chiefs Jr. A, Defense
  5. Georgia (from Halifax via New England) – Calgary* – Marshal King, Drexel University, Forward
  6. Colorado – Will Malcolm, New Westminster Salmonbellies
  7. New York (from New England) – Connor Farrell, Long Island University
  8. San Diego – Matthew Sykes, Mimico, Defense
  9. Colorado (from Saskatchewan via San Diego) – Brett Craig, Seton Hill University, Defense
  10. Toronto – Zach Manns, Drexel University, Forward
  11. San Diego (from Georgia) – Devyn Mayea, Burlington Chiefs, Defense
  12. Buffalo – Nathaniel Kozevnikov, Robert Morris University
  13. Halifax (from Calgary via Buffalo via New England) – Clay Scanlan, Six Nations, Forward
  14. Colorado (compensatory pick) – Jake McNabb, St. Catherine’s Jr. A, Forward
  15. Rochester – Dustyn Pratt, Orangeville Northmen
  16. New York – Gale Thorpe, The Ohio State University, Forward

*Georgia sends 21st pick to Philadelphia in exchange for 2021 2nd round pick

*Georgia sends 22nd pick to Calgary in exchange for 2021 2nd round pick

THIRD ROUND

  1. New York – John Wagner, Marquette University, Forward
  2. Rochester – Thomas Whitty, St. Catherine’s Jr. A, Defense
  3. Philadelphia – Pat Spencer, Loyola University, Forward
  4. Rochester (from Vancouver) – Matt Van Galen, University of Detroit Mercy
  5. Halifax – Showahnonkon “Nonkon” Thompson, Awkesasne Jr A
  6. Colorado – Dylan Kinnear, Towson University
  7. Calgary (from New England) – Nick Scott, Langley Thunder
  8. San Diego – Kyle Dawson, Nanaimo Jr. A
  9. Saskatchewan – Cameron Dunkerley, Victoria Jr. A, Goalie
  10. Toronto – Jamison Dilks, Six Nations Jr. A
  11. Georgia – TJ Comizio, Villanova University, Transition/Defense
  1. Buffalo – Ryder Garnsey, Notre Dame University, Forward
  2. Calgary – Landon Kells, Peterborough Jr. A
  3. New York – Travis Longboat, Six Nations Arrows, Forward
  4. Rochester – Sean Darroch, Lindenwood University, Defense

FOURTH ROUND

  1. Rochester – Tyler Biles, Brampton Jr. A
  2. New York – Jack Rowlett, University of North Carolina, Defense
  3. Philadelphia – Kyle Marr, Johns Hopkins University, Forward
  4. Vancouver – Derek Lloyd, Stony Brook University
  5. Philadelphia (from Halifax) – Dave Smith, University of Virginia, Transition/Defense
  6. Georgia (from Colorado via Buffalo) – New England* – Braiden Davis, University of Vermont
  7. Buffalo (from New England) – Taylor Kauffeldt, Brampton Jr. A
  8. San Diego – Oliver Bolisteri, Six Nations Jr. A
  9. Saskatchewan – Colin Berglof, Saskatchewan Jr A
  10. Toronto – Troy Holowchuk, Six Nations Jr A
  11. Georgia – Gunnar Schimoler, University Maryland – Baltimore County
  12. Buffalo – Tyler Halls, Orangeville
  13. New England (from Calgary) – Bailey Brown, Toronto Beaches
  14. Rochester – Bradley Voigt, Syracuse University, Forward
  15. New York – Matthew Borges, The Ohio State University, Defense

*Georgia sends 54th pick to New England in exchange for 2020 4th round pick

FIFTH ROUND

  1. New York – Daylen Hill, Six Nations
  2. Rochester – Carter Badour, The College of Saint Rose, Forward
  3. Philadelphia – Jordan Krug, Cabrini University, Forward
  4. Vancouver – Keegan Bell, Langley Thunder
  5. Halifax – Matt Dziama, The University of Virginia, Transition
  6. Colorado – Dan Bucaro, Georgetown University, Forward
  7. New England – Tristan Rai, Lehigh University, Forward
  8. San Diego – Ryan Jones, Delta Jr. A
  9. Saskatchewan – Luke Keenan, Princeton University, Forward
  10. Toronto – Ryan Conrad, University of Virginia, Transition
  11. Georgia – Jordan Gillis, Hamilton Jr. B
  12. Georgia (from Buffalo) – Mikey Herring, University of Virginia, Forward
  13. Calgary – Cordell Hastings, Calgary Shamrocks Jr. B

SIXTH ROUND

  1. Rochester – Alec Simons, Mimico Jr A
  2. New York – Brad McKinney, Syracuse University
  3. Philadelphia – Austin Fusco, Syracuse University, Defense
  4. Vancouver – Gord Phillips, Monmouth University
  5. Halifax – Brad Fannell, St. Catherine’s Jr. A
  6. Colorado – Liam Osborne, Belmont Abbey College
  7. New England – Travis Brown, Orangeville
  8. San Diego – Russ Oakes, Onondaga Community College
  9. Saskatchewan – Jordan Getz, Wheeling University
  10. Toronto – Jordan Caskenette, Orangeville Jr A
  11. Georgia – No Pick
  12. Buffalo – Joel Watson, Whitby
  13. Calgary – Travis Getz, Wheeling University