The NAHL Draft took place on Wednesday, July 14 and the coaching staff was hard at work, selecting future Tomahawk hopefuls. Here’s how things went down Wednesday afternoon:


Round 1, 28th overall: Sean Ramsay, Forward, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Round 2, 42nd overall: Tyler McNeil, Forward, South Lake Tahoe, California

Round 3, 86th overall: Myles Perry, Forward, Whitby, Ontario, Canada

Round 4, 110th overall: Ethan Perrault, Defense Tipp City, Ohio

Round 5, 129th overall: Noah Wagner, Forward, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Round 5, 144th overall: Chip Hamlett, Defense, Belle Mead, New Jersey

Round 6, 174th overall: Thomas DelFarno, Defense, Lincoln, Rhode Island

Round 7, 202nd overall: Marc Lund, Forward, Edina, Minnesota

Round 8, 231st overall: Will Elger, Forward, Lewis Center, Ohio

Round 9, 260th overall: Liam Gross, Goaltender, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

Round 10, 289th overall: Johnny Ramoundos, Forward, Prevost, Quebec, Canada

Round 11, 318, Robert Barrasso, Forward, Mountain Lakes, NJ

Round 12, 347th overall: Preston Brighton, Defense, Englewood, Colorado

Round 13, 376th overall: Arik Altman, Forward, Phoenix, Arizona

Round 14, 405th overall: Thomas Heaney, Goaltender, Oceanport, New Jersey

Round 15, 434th overall: Jared Lambright, Defense, Clifton Park, New York

Round 16, 463rd overall: Hunter Fairman, Forward, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Round 17, 492nd overall: Pablo Frank, Forward, Spokane, Washington


As main camp opens next weekend in Johnstown, the Tomahawks roster will be starting to form ahead of the NAHL Showcase to kick off the season in Minnesota, beginning September 15.