Striving For The Next Level

Younger Norris boys moving up the Hockey Ranks

Hockey has become a 12 month of the year commitment.

 

Josh Norris

Josh Norris

Josh Norris, a 6’1” 180lb forward is the 16 year old son of Dwayne Norris, signed a four year full paid hockey scholarship to be a member of the University of Michigan Wolverines starting in 2017. In April, he was picked to be a member of USA Hockey's National Development Program. This will start next season and is a two year commitment. The 16 year old Norris will play against 19 and 20 year olds this upcoming season, as the US National Development Team will compete in the USHL.
Josh’s home for the next 6 years will be Ann Arbor, Michigan, home of the National Development Program and Michigan Wolverines.

2017 forward Josh Norris is a future Wolverine
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Josh Norris Commits To Michigan
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U16 Midget Minor AAA Team Sends Two Players TO NTDP For The 2015-2016/2016-2017 Seasons
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Coale Norris

Coale Norris

Coale Norris, a 17 year old Midget AAA forward and captian of Oakland Grizzlies in Detroit, Michigan, is off to the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL next season, a U.S. junior operation that’s steadily producing more and more college players and eventual pros.

Chips Off The Ol' Block - The Telegram - Saturday, May 9th, 2015
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Dalton Norris

Dalton Norris

Dalton Norris, a bantam AAA defensemen is also on the radar with the US National Development Program at the age of 13.