At pick 123, the Rangers selected defenseman Brandon Crawley of the London Knights.
He had gone undrafted in his first two years of draft eligibility and Hockey Prospect writes that he played a "top minute role" with London and could be considered for a late round pick. (Hockey Prospect)
He has developed into more of a physical player and has a "massive shot" that he needs to use more. (Hockey Prospect)
Crawley is more likely to make a safe and reliable play than a low percentage play and is tough to beat one on one. (Hockey Prospect)
At 145 the Rangers selected defenseman Calle Sjalin.
He was ranked 119th by Hockey Prospect and played last season in the third tiered Swedish League.
He played consistent minutes at the Under 18 tournament for Sweden and is considered to be a "steady puck mover who does not make a lot of mistakes." (Hockey Prospect)
"Calle Sjalin is a steady, conservative puck mover who has limited upside as an offensive player. He projects as bottom pairing defenseman and may struggle to transition to the next levels of professional hockey because of his average skating skills. He is a low end defensive prospect for the 2017 NHL Draft." (Hockey Prospect)
At 157, the Rangers selected Dominik Lakatos, a center from the Czech league.
McKeens wrote "Lakatos had a productive season and is finally hoping to get drafted this year, but is one of the older prospects available."
At pick 174 the Rangers selected Morgan Barron who will attend Cornell University.
On the NHL Network, Dave Reid said of Barron was the captain of his team from St. Andrews College in Halifax. His best asset is his size and skating combo."
Reid said that Barron could develop into a player like Andreas Martinsen.
He is 6-2, 200 lbs and Reid said that he is more of a project type of pick.
He was ranked 219th by Future Considerations who have him projected to be a potential third-line center in the NHL.
Future Considerations wrote of him, "He does have a very strong motor that tends to keep him in the mix at this level but will need to improve his feet if he wants to develop as he moves along. He plays a heavy game and protects the puck well, battling for it, and going to the gritty areas of the rink. He is willing to get his nose dirty and stand up for himself if needed."
He was ranked 158th by Hockey Prospect and they say that he is a player who uses his physical tools to make himself difficult to play against and an "effective forechecker."