At least, he would be if I was in charge of the Ontario Hockey League year-end awards.
The Barrie Colts forward gets the nod, in this space, as the league's most outstanding player and top overager.
The 20-year-old has 47 goals and 63 assists through 65 games, and leads the OHL scoring race with three games to go in the season.
His transition from Windsor to Barrie has been seamless and he has helped keep the Colts in contention for an East crown.
The double dip in awards is well deserved. But there are more finalists and winners to name.