2007–08 OHL Season - OHL Priority Selection

OHL Priority Selection

The OHL conducted its annual draft, known as the OHL Priority Selection, starting at 9:00 AM on Saturday May 3, 2008 via internet.

No. OHL Team Player Previous Team
1 Sudbury Wolves John McFarland Toronto Jr. Canadiens
2 Erie Otters Gregg McKegg Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs
3 Owen Sound Attack Steven Shipley Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs
4 Kingston Frontenacs Erik Gudbranson Ottawa Jr. 67's
5 Peterborough Petes Ryan Spooner Ottawa Jr. Senators
6 Barrie Colts Ryan O'Connor Toronto Jr. Canadiens
7 Ottawa 67's Tyler Toffoli Toronto Jr. Canadiens
8 Mississauga Majors Devante Smith-Pelly Toronto Jr. Canadiens
9 Plymouth Whalers Tyler Seguin Toronto Young Nationals
10 Saginaw Spirit Brandon Saad Pittsburgh Hornets Major Midget
11 Sarnia Sting Gregg Sutch York-Simcoe Express
12 Guelph Storm Cody McNaughton Toronto Jr. Canadiens
13 London Knights Christian Thomas Toronto Marlboros
14 Niagara IceDogs Freddie Hamilton Toronto Marlboros
15 Brampton Battalion Sam Carrick Toronto Red Wings
16 Oshawa Generals Kevin Bailie Quinte Red Devils
17 Windsor Spitfires Cam Fowler Detroit Honeybaked 91's
18 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Brock Beukeboom Central Ontario Wolves
19 Belleville Bulls Stephen Silas Halton Hurricanes
20 Kitchener Rangers Jeff Skinner Toronto Young Nationals

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