Topeka RoadRunners first-year forward Tyler Andrew has made some waves this season. Having already secured a college commitment with Division I Ferris State, Andrew is now being listed on the NHL Central Scouting Mid-Term Rankings Report. The report, released this Tuesday on NHL.com, ranks players eligible for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. 

    His 6'6", 205 lb frame casts a long shadow across the ice but the Bethel Park, PA native is more than just an imposing figure. "He has great hockey sense and he's a very unselfish, team-first type of player," said RoadRunner Head Coach/GM Scott Langer. "He's got a great work ethic, learns quickly and continues to improve every week. He has a solid future in hockey ahead of him."

    Andrew currently ranks third on his team in scoring with 11 goals and 12 assists in 28 games. A fixture on special teams, he has contributed eight power play points and a shorthanded goal. His commitment to Ferris State begins in the Fall of 2014.