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2019 NLL Entry Draft Results: Tyson Gibson Goes No. 1

Another National Lacrosse League season is upon us! Check out the 2019 NLL Entry Draft results listed below. Stay tuned for more National Lacrosse League coverage on LaxAllStars.

2019 NLL Entry Draft Results

Round 1

1. New York

What Stephen Stamp of the NLL and IL Indoor said about Tyson Gibson in advance of the 2019 NLL Entry Draft:

Gibson has been a key contributor to the Shamrocks run to a Mann Cup berth this summer, more than making up for any concerns after he was limited to six games and just 12 points in his sophomore regular season in the WLA. Gibson is a horse with an effective inside game and unselfish approach that will make him a popular teammate.


2. Rochester

What Stephen Stamp of the NLL and IL Indoor said about Ryland Rees in advance of the 2019 NLL Entry Draft:

Rees is a special athlete with a chance to be a player around whom you can build the core of your franchise. Just look at the difference Graeme Hossack makes and how teams have to prepare when they play against him. I don’t see Rees as being at the level of Hossack as a shutdown defender, but few players are, given that Hossack is the best defender to come into the NLL since Kyle Rubisch. Rees is, however, a very good defender with size, strength, speed and the stick skills to contribute in transition.


3. New England (from Philadelphia)

What Stephen Stamp of the NLL and IL Indoor said about Andrew Kew in advance of the 2019 NLL Entry Draft:

Back to back seasons leading the Oakville Rock in scoring have put Kew 26th in Major Series Lacrosse scoring over the last five years even though he’s only played two seasons in the league. That gives you an idea of how quickly he’s adjusted to playing at the highest levels of the game. The big lefty’s excellent outside shot and floor vision should allow him to make the same kind of immediate impact in the NLL.


4. Saskatchewan (from Vancouver)

5. Halifax

6. Colorado

7. Calgary (from New England)

8. Calgary (from San Diego)

9. Saskatchewan

10. New York (from Toronto via Saskatchewan)

11. Georgia

12. Buffalo

13. Georgia (from Calgary)

14. Halifax (compensatory selection)

15. Toronto (compensatory selection)

16. Saskatchewan (compensatory selection)

17. New England (compensatory selection)

See Evan Schemenauer’s 2019-2020 National Lacrosse League regular season schedule analysis HERE.

Round 2

18. Rochester Knighthawks

19. New York Riptide

20. Philadelphia Wings

21. Philadelphia Wings (from Georgia via Vancouver)

22. Calgary Roughnecks (from Georgia via Halifax via New England)

23. Colorado Mammoth

24. New York Riptide (from New England Black Wolves)

25. San Diego Seals

26. Colorado Mammoth (from San Diego Seals via Saskatchewan)

27. Toronto Rock

28. San Diego (from Georgia Swarm)

29. Buffalo Bandits

30. Halifax Thunderbirds (from Calgary via Buffalo via New England)

31. Colorado Mammoth (compensatory pick)

32. Rochester Knighthawks

33. New York Riptide

Round 3

Round 4

Round 5

Round 6

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