The Philadelphia Flyers select 11th overall in the 2013 NHL draft, set for June 30 in Newark. While many fans wished their playoff-less season ended with a higher draft choice, they should take solace knowing that this is an extremely deep draft.
There is a lot of talent across the board at every position, and it is a guarantee that at least one or two great prospects will still be around when the Flyers are set to pick.
Without knowledge of its plans for other offseason moves, Philadelphia's most obvious weakness is its defense. I would be very surprised if it passes up one of the defensemen listed here, although the forward talent in this class is truly impressive.
GM Paul Holmgren could very well look into moving up in the first round if he has a certain player in mind, but it's impossible to predict now. So, I only took into account players who realistically could be around at 11.