TORONTO - The Sudbury Wolves selected Don Mills Flyers right-winger David Levin with the first overall pick of the Ontario Hockey League draft on Saturday.
He had 80 points (39 goals, 41 assists) in 55 games this season.
Centre Gabe Vilardi of the Canadian International Hockey Academy went second overall to the Windsor Spitfires. The Flint Firebirds used the third pick to select centre Ryan McLeod of the Toronto Marlboros.
The Mississauga Steelheads picked Toronto Red Wings right-winger Owen Tippett fourth overall and the Peterborough Petes took Mississauga Rebels centre Zack Gallant at No. 5.
In total, 301 picks will be made over 15 rounds.