National Lacrosse League Entry Draft Date Set: September 21

Ron KnabenbauerCorrespondent IAugust 31, 2011

The Rochester Knighthawks selected Cody Jamieson with the first overall pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (Credit: Graig Abel).
The Rochester Knighthawks selected Cody Jamieson with the first overall pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (Credit: Graig Abel).

The National Lacrosse League will hold their 2011 Entry Draft on Wednesday Sept. 21 in Toronto, Canada. 

The draft will begin at 7 p.m. at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and will consist of a total of 59 selections in six rounds. 

The Philadelphia Wings have the first pick, while the rest of the top five consist of the Rochester Knighthawks, the Colorado Mammoth, the Minnesota Swarm and the Calgary Roughnecks. 

Minnesota, Calgary and Colorado will each have two picks in the first round, with the Swarm also selecting sixth, the Roughnecks eighth and the Mammoth ninth. The Boston Blazers hold the other first round pick at the seventh position. 

The NLL champion Toronto Rock’s first pick will be the 13th overall selection in the second round. 

There will be a live webcast of the 2011 draft on the NLL Network at The draft will also be open to the public. 

Here is a list of the current draft order, barring any trades. 



1. Philadelphia
2. Rochester (from Edmonton)
3. Colorado
4. Minnesota
5. Calgary (from Boston via Buffalo)
6. Minnesota (from Rochester via Colorado via Edmonton)
7. Boston (from Calgary)
8. Calgary (from Washington)
9. Colorado (from Toronto)



10. Edmonton (from Philadelphia via Toronto via Minnesota)
11. Rochester (from Edmonton)
12. Calgary (from Colorado)
13. Toronto (from Minnesota via Boston)
14. Colorado (from Boston via Toronto)
15. Colorado (from Rochester via Minnesota)
16. Buffalo
17. Colorado (from Calgary)
18. Toronto (from Washington)
19. Calgary (from Toronto via Buffalo via Minnesota via Philadelphia)


20. Minnesota (from Philadelphia)
21. Edmonton
22. Washington (from Colorado)
23. Washington (from Minnesota via Buffalo)
24. Boston
25. Rochester
26. Buffalo
27. Buffalo (from Calgary)
28. Toronto (from Washington via Colorado)
29. Minnesota (from Toronto)


30. Philadelphia
31. Minnesota (from Edmonton)
32. Colorado
33. Minnesota
34. Boston
35. Rochester
36. Buffalo
37. Boston (from Calgary)
38. Washington
39. Toronto


40. Rochester (from Philadelphia)
41. Philadelphia (from Edmonton)
42. Colorado
43. Minnesota
44. Boston
45. Rochester
46. Buffalo
47. Calgary
48. Washington
49. Toronto


50. Rochester (from Philadelphia)
51. Calgary (from Edmonton)
52. Colorado
53. Minnesota
54. Boston
55. Rochester
56. Toronto (from Buffalo)
57. Calgary
58. Washington
59. Toronto