I have no real draft knowledge whatsoever and tend to rely on people who do. I reached out to one of those people, David St. Louis, to find out who he thought the Winnipeg Jets might draft. I have tried to link profiles on every player.
Arthur Kaliyev, W, Hamilton Bulldogs (OHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Victor Söderstrom, D, Brynäs IF (SHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Nils Höglander, W, Rögle BK (SHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Nicholas Robertson, W, Peterborough Petes (OHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Tobias Björnfot, D, Djurgårdens IF (SuperElit J20): EOTP Draft Profile
Bobby Brink, W, Sioux City Musketeers (USHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Ryan Suzuki, C, Barrie Colts (OHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Cam York, D, USNTDP (USHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Samuel Poulin, W, Sherbrooke Pheonix (QMJHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Raphaël Lavoie, W, Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Lassi Thomson, D, Kelowna Rockets (WHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Matthew Robertson, D, Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL): EOTP Draft Profile
Jamieson Rees, C/W, Sarnia Sting (OHL): EOTP Draft Profile
These are the players most likely to be available in the Jets range and who would be good value for that pick. It does not mean that if the Jets take a player instead of one of these ones, it is a bad pick. That is not the case. Unless there is a reaction like there was for Dylan McIlrath where Bob McKenzie was trying to be diplomatic on television, a lot of the draft is scientific guesswork. Someone might seem like a good player and then a year later a bad injury happens and things have gone south with them. It happens.