It looks like Jonathan Young is no longer committed to Merrimack. High End Hockey Advising, an advising group, tweeted last week that Young is “garnering quite a bit of attention from Division 1 schools as he enters his final year of junior hockey.”
Young just turned 20 years old. He spent last season in the NAHL split among three teams, beginning the season with Amarillo and Maryland before finishing the season closer to home with the Northeast Generals. In 51 total games, he scored 15 goals and added 15 assists.
Young is from Pelham, N.H. and committed to the Warriors as a 16-year-old while playing for the Islanders Hockey Club. He was drafted by the Youngstown Phantoms in the USHL and appeared in two games for the club, but has spent the majority of his junior career in the NAHL after one season with the Islanders in the NCDC.
Jonathan Young has enjoyed success at every level throughout his hockey career. He’s garnering quite a bit of attention from Division 1 schools as he enters his final year of junior hockey. pic.twitter.com/dPd71t2pU1
— High End Hockey Advising (@HEHAdvising) July 3, 2020