In the Western College Hockey Blog's review of the 2012 NAHL Showcase, Chris Dilks had this to say: Christian Evers-D-Omaha Lancers U16-Already a huge kid, listed at 6'4", and clearly the top D on a team with a pretty strong defense. Very good hands and feet for a player of his size. Definitely a big time prospect.
NHL Entry Draft eligible in 2015.
He will play for the USA Hockey NTDP Under-17 Team.
In July, he participated in USA Hockey's Select 16 Development Camp, recording one assist in five games.
Played for the Omaha AAA U-16 Lancers of the North American Prospects Hockey League, recording 69 points (27G, 42A) in 70 games on his way to earning All-NAPHL U-16 1st Team honors.
Participated in USA Hockey's Select 15 Development camp, where he produced four points (2G, 2A) in five games in being named the fourth best defenseman at the camp by USHR: Christian Evers (#3 Grey, 2-2-4) 6-2/190 — We were told before we got here that the Waukee, Iowa native was in the same class as Hanifin and Werensky and were a little bit disappointed the first couple times we saw him. That said, we are glad we stuck around until the final day because he was great -- really showed us what he is capable of. Tall kid, smooth skater and passes the puck like a pro. Does not have the same offensive upside as the three d-men above him on this list, but has the ability to develop into a mean, shut-down type defenseman. Will play for the Omaha U16 team.