3 potential options for the Chicago Blackhawks if they trade up from the 20th overall pick

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Berkly Catton

Looking back a few months ago, many draft experts would have penciled in Berkly Catton as a possible top-five pick. His excellent season with the Spokane Chiefs (WHL) saw Catton post 54 goals and 116 points in 68 games, making him one of the most dynamic scorers in the draft class. He is a strong skating center with deceiving offensive capabilities and a coveted high-motor.

In their recent draft rankings McKenzie, Pronman, and Button have Catton placed as follows:

McKenzie: 11th overall

Pronman (subscription needed): 10th Overall

Button: Outside of top 16

The main reason Catton's stock has fallen is his size, he currently stands at 5-foot-11 and 165 pounds which would not address the Blackhawks need for size. However, Catton's talent is undeniable and could definitely make him a draft steal if he falls.

Pronman's prediction of Catton going 10th overall to the New Jersey Devils is the most likely option, and that could be the exact team looking to make a move if the deal is right. It will all depend on the assets the Blackhawks are willing to give up.

If Levshunov is the guy at No. 2 for Chicago, possibly adding Catton as well would be a huge step forward for the rebuild.