Thought it would be good to start a list for these guys already.
Danny DeKeyser is the guy this year. All 30 teams wanted him last summer, but he decided to stay in school. Watch the video.
Andrej Sustr - a moster defender (6'08/203) who is a lock to get a contract somewhere. His teammate (Nebraska-Omaha) is Ryan Walters (see below) who leads the nation in scoring so that doesn't help. Sustr was at Lightning camp last summer, so Tampa may have the inside scoop. He is also very smart apparently.
Ryan Walters - Usually these types of players are undersized, but like Sustr, Walters is 6'/196. He got things rolling since he was named player of the month in November. Collected 15 points in 7 November games and hasn't looked back since. He isn't the most sought after forward, but since he leads the country in scoring he should have a handful of teams interested.
Rylan Schwartz - Yup, Jaden's older (2 years) brother. Both played at Colorado College and was the determining factor why Jaden went the NCAA (Colorado) route. During their time together, Rylan put up 78 points in 76 games compared to Jaden's 88 points in 60 games. They are both 'undersized', roughly 5'10/195 but Rylan is definitely the feistier player. Rylan has taken a step forward this year and is scoring at a 1.25ppg pace, up from 1.02 when he was playing with Jaden. I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up in St. Louis at all. I get the feeling the Schwartz family is very family oriented.
Antoine Laganiere - 22 year old center from Yale. 6'4, 196. Just this past weekend actually, McKenzie tweeted that 'Yale frwd Antoine Laganiere is the player Mike Gillis and Laurence Gilman were scouting over wknd.' He attended the Canucks camp in 2011, but also participated in the Oilers and Penguins development camps too. A point a game player in college with his size is bound to attract attention. Im fairly certain he will get a contract.
Don't have time for any more writeups right now but some more players to keep on eye on....
Spiro Goulakos (recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease, which would probably ruin his chances; sad story)
Feel free to add some more names.