That Connor Frost went as the top overall pick in Sunday’s BCJALL midget draft is no surprise. Who picked the left-hander, however, was. Heading into the draft, the Delta Islanders said they had been approached by a few clubs interested in trading for the top spot, and it was Port Coquitlam that ended up with the pick, and Frost. PoCo also got Delta’s second, third and fourth round picks in 2016 and in return, Delta got the playing rights to David McSkimming and Jayden Campbell and PoCo’s first-round pick in 2015. As for the rest of the first round: Nanaimo, Liam Finnigan (Juan de Fuca), New Westminster (from PoCo), Carter Dickson (Semiahmoo), Langley (from Delta), Connor McNeil (Chilliwack), Victoria (from Nanaimo, from Victoria), Taylor Martin (Cowichan), Victoria (from Langley), Apollo Claxton (Cowichan), Nanaimo (from Delta, from New Westminster), Tyler Mace (Saanich), and Nanaimo (from Coquitlam), Tyson Black. To see the other draft day deals that were made, click here and to see full draft results, click here.Chavez is an avid lacrosse player in Rochester and a journalist for the Democrat and Chronicle as well as a longtime Inside Lacrosse contributor. Email him at email@example.com or go to RochesterSports.com.
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