With the third entry in the draft profile series, we have Jared McIsaac, a safe, but reliable defenceman. Expectations are a funny thing. There is always one particular player with high expectations in September that ends up falling after a disappointing season. In isolation, this player did not play poorly, but with the context set by expectation, they leave you wanting more. Oliver Kylington was hailed as a top 10 prospect during these way-too-early draft evaluations. He nearly fell out of the second round in the 2014 draft before the Calgary Flames picked him up. In anticipation of the 2016 draft, Jakob Chychrun seemed like a top three prospect, but slid to the Arizona Coyotes at 16th overall.