The 2013 NHL Draft features a number of players who should have both an immediate and long-term impact on the organizations that select them.
Seth Jones, Nathan MacKinnon and Jonathan Drouin are the top-ranked prospects and are as near to being sure bets as there can be with eighteen-year-old hockey players.
While NHL clubs can be confident in knowing what they have with blue-chip prospects like Jones, MacKinnon and Drouin, there are question marks associated with most draft-eligible players.
The following 10 players, in ascending order, are high-risk, high-reward prospects.
They have tremendous upside, but lingering questions have influenced their draft rankings.