Fargo Force captain Chase Grant has been named the Reebok Offensive Player of the week. Grant scored five goals and registered a plus-three rating in helping the Force earn five of a possible six points in the standings during the week. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma native netted two goals and fired a game high seven shots in the 5-4 shootout loss to Des Moines on Wednesday. He scored the winning goal in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over Sioux Falls. The 20-year-old then tallied two more goals in the 4-1 win against Sioux City on Saturday. He is currently riding a four-game point streak (5g, 2a) and has scored 18 points (11g, 7a) in 25 games this season. It is his second USHL campaign after collecting 28 points (10g, 18a) in 57 games for the Force last season (USHL.com). Grant is committed to play for the Minnesota State University-Mankato Mavericks next season.
The list is in two parts: The "Listing By College" page lists the NCAA schools and the players who have reportedly committed to them. The league and geographic pages contains a listing of players who have done well at the junior or minor hockey level, and therefore may attract NCAA attention. These pages of potential NCAA recruits are based upon the information available to me, and do not represent the views of the NCAA or any of its teams. Accordingly, many players who may attract (or in fact have already attracted) NCAA attention may not yet be listed because that information has not come to my attention. The listing of school commitments reflects reported verbal commitments to attend the school. Although verbal commitments are not legally binding until the player signs a binding NCAA Letter of Intent ("LOI"). Players who have signed a LOI are noted in bold. All other listings are of reported verbal commitments. (Ivy league schools do not use a LOI, so all commitments are verbal commitments only.)