Mason Nevers is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Nevers put up an impressive week for the Des Moines Buccaneers. In fact, he is the only player that seems to have the read on last weeks’ Goalie of the Week, Jakub Dobes. He was able to beat him three times on Saturday to earn his hat-trick. He also managed to pick up an assist the before by feeding the puck to Harrison Roy for the Buccaneers’ only tally against the Waterloo Black Hawks, Friday night.
Center, Mason Nevers (18) is a native of Edina, MN. Throughout his youth, Nevers spent the majority of his development with Edina High. Captaining the team his last season there. He also played with Team Northeast and Team Southwest of the UMHSEHL. He has committed to play for the University of Minnesota beginning in 2020.
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