Our ranking of the Oilers under-25 contingent.
New Faces in the Top 25 Under 25
The Oilers' number one slides up from 7th to 3rd in this year's edition of the Top 25 under 25.
Young forward has some way to go to crack the top six and earn some PP time, but was certainly serviceable in 2016-17.
The undrafted goaltender settles into the top 20.
Oilers look for depth in the NCAA once again
Hulking right-hander sneaks in ahead of one other guy.
The Top 25 Under 25 concludes with the player ranked number one.
Coming in at #2: Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Draisaitl stays at number four in our Top 25 Under 25 rankings.
A look at Darnell Nurse, the defenseman with the highest rank
Nail Yakupov falls three spots to number 6 in our Top 25 Under 25. Buy Low.
Lucky number Sweden.
After much delay, Anton Lander has finally established himself as an NHL-level player.
The former Oil King make his first appearance on our list.
Big Bo is King of the Leftovers
Coming in at number 11 on the list is 22-year old defenceman Jordan Oesterle.
Moving up yet again Greg Chase moves to #12 in the Top 25
Do the Oilers have a starting goalie in the system?
Tyler Pitlick's sloth-like climb continues up the Top 25 Under 25 tree.
The Russian forward makes a big jump in our rankings, finding himself in the 15th overall position.
Rearguard a long shot to make team out of camp may see action later in year
The dawn of a new Iiro.
Undersized attacking defenseman Ethan Bear may not be high up the Top 25 Under 25 but he can still move a man to poetry.
Martin Gernat makes the Top 20
He slid down the rankings from last year, but he's holding on.
This is what happens when you start taking compiling rankings for players to extremes...
Roman Horak drops 2 spots from 19 down to 21 in the Top 25 Under 25
The big forward takes a tumble, but still makes the list.
After a season that saw him earn numerous NCAA accolades including Hobey Baker Finalist, 5'9" defender Joey LaLeggia cracks the Top 25 Under 25 for the first time ever since being drafted in 2012.
A fourth round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Kyle Platzer makes his first appearance in the Top 25 Under 25.
Towering defenceman kicks off Top 25
It would be short sighted to write off Mitch Moroz's potential.