Windsor Jr Spitfires
Someone any team would love to have in their offensive group, Stefan Djordjevic does a little bit of everything. Djordjevic is known to pass quite a bit, seeing him put up 26 points (17 of which were assists) over the span of 29 games in the Alliance. Djordjevic was also able to put up a point per game pace in the OHL cup tournament, with 1 goal and 3 assists. That one goal was part of a 4-1 loss to Waterloo, making Djordjevic the lone scorer. Despite being more of a playmaker, Djordjevic is known to be able to bury a lot of goals as well, and is also great at utilizing his size to win battles. Djordjevic is a leader and a team player, and is constantly looking to help the team improve, as well as trying to push his teammates to be the best that they can be. Djordjevic tends to compare himself to Alexander Ovechkin, as both tend to use their body in a physical game, while also being able to score some very nice goals with his solid shot. Djordjevic feels good about the upcoming draft and is ready to perform when his time in the OHL comes, however he will be taking some time to work on his skating and his usage of skills in thigh spaces. This could see Djordjevic going somewhere in the middle rounds, where after a year or two of development, he could step in as a reliable producer in the team's middle six as a winger who is willing to go into the dirty areas to battle, and is able to put up decent numbers.