Jamestown defenseman Price makes NCAA DI commitment
December 17, 2018
The Jamestown Rebels of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are pleased to announce that defenseman Caleb Price has committed to Arizona State University for the 2020-21 season.
Price becomes the fourth player to commit to play at the collegiate level this season for the Rebels. The 18-year-old native of Hooksett, New Hampshire native will be traveling to the west coast in two years to become a Sun Devil. The 5’10/165 lbs. left-handed defenseman has played 19 games for the Rebels this season, recording one goal and nine assists.
Price was drafted #118 overall by the Rebels in the 2018 draft. This is his first season in the NAHL and is already proving himself in “the league of opportunity”. ASU has a long history of having Rebels players come through their program. They currently have three former Aston Rebels on their roster, along with one player from when the team was in Rio Grande Valley. In 2014 the Sun Devils won the National Championship for the ACHA Tournament. They are currently ranked 15th in the country with a 12-6 record.
Price is also an NAPHL grad, having played in the league during the 2016-17 season for the Northern Cyclones where he recorded five points in 12 games played.
“I am very excited to be committed to Arizona State. After my visit I knew it was the school I wanted to go to. I cannot thank the Rebels enough for everything they have done for me so far. I know they will help me improve my game to be ready for the D1 level,” said Price
“Caleb is an amazing young man with a very bright future. He is an elite skater with the ability to defend and break pucks out with the best recruitable players in the country,” said Rebels Head Coach Joe Coombs. “It has been a privilege to coach such an eager young man that’s passion for the game and life is second to none. ASU has gotten a good one.”