What’s next for Dylan Larkin?

Dylan Larkin, who was drafted 15th overall by the Detroit Red Wings last year, was one of two 18-year olds to be selected to the U.S. National team that won a bronze medal on Sunday. The other player was Jack Eichel. Eichel is most likely to be drafted 2nd overall in this year’s draft by the Buffalo Sabres.  This speaks volumes for the type of talent that Larkin is, but now that he has excelled in every level of hockey, Larkin has reached a crossroads. He can either turn pro, or return for a sophomore season at the University of Michigan.

Larkin’s accomplishments already include winning gold at the 2014 World Under-18 Championships and being awarded Freshman of the Year honors with 15 goals and 32 points in 38 games with U of M. If Larkin decides to turn pro, he would definitely compete for a roster spot on this year’s Red Wings, or he could decide to play one more year with Michigan where he could lead a very good Wolverines team on a title run.

What do you think is the best choice for Dylan Larkin at this stage of his career?

(Photo Credit: Associated Press)

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