Darting in and out of traffic and wizardly passing pucks to open teammates was how Jeremy Wilmer truly announced his arrival as an elite hockey player.
Long considered one of the top 2003-born prospects in the United States, Wilmer committed to Boston University this past January as a 14-year-old. Despite being undersized at just 5-foot-7, Wilmer was one of the most productive offensive players at both the World Selects Invite and the USA Hockey Select 15 Player Development Camp.
The New York City native scored six goals and added three assists at the WSI in Voorhees, N.J., before tallying a goal and adding five helpers while competing against the best 2003-born players in the United States at Select 15’s.
After dazzling USA Hockey, USHL and OHL scouts at both events, he shined in the Junior Battle of Boston. Following a very successful summer, Wilmer made the transition to the wildly successful North Jersey Avalanche program for his first year of Midget hockey.