2011 NHL Mock Draft: Chicago Blackhawks Select Jonathan Miller With No. 18 Pick

With the 18th pick in SB Nation's 2011 NHL Mock Draft, our Chicago Blackhawks bloggers at Second City Hockey select, from the US National Team Development Program in the United States Hockey League, center Jonathan Miller.

Jonathan Miller, C, USNTDP (USHL)

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via Tom Sorenson & Hockey Wilderness

Miller, who also goes by J.T., has committed to the University of North Dakota for the 2011-12 campaign. He's a two-way forward that's responsible anywhere on the ice, can use his body well and is very solid when it comes to dishing the puck. On the flip side, he isn't the most consistent of players, and that's something he'll have to work on in college and, eventually, in the pro ranks.

You can find every pick from our 2011 NHL Mock Draft in this StoryStream.

For full coverage of the 2011 NHL Draft, stick with SB Nation's network of 34 hockey blogs, covering the draft from every angle. Also, stick with SB Nation's NHL Draft hub, where you can find all the latest player profiles and news surrounding the event, which takes place in St. Paul, Minn. on June 24-25.

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