Minnesota Magicians selected North Branch high school forward, Brady Meyer in the 4th round (83rd overall) of the 2017 NAHL Draft.
The first thing you notice about Meyer is his big frame. Meyer is 6′ 5″ 190 lbs. and was a force in the Minnesota State High School League last season. In 24 games, Meyer had 54 points including an impressive 31 goals. In his career high school career at North Branch, he has tallied 81 points in 47 games.
Meyer is a University of Minnesota-Duluth commit and recently attended the USA National 17 Development Camp where he was selected to represent Team USA at the 2017 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup.
“We are excited to have selected Brady in the 2017 NAHL draft. We eager to add a big-body, skilled forward, who has endless potential as a player,” said Minnesota Magicians Head Coach Scott Meyer.