NHL Central Scouting released their final set of rankings prior to this June's NHL Draft.
You can view the North American skaters here and the North American goalies here. The NHL has also started putting up some profiles on some of the top prospects for the draft.
Looking at the first round, Jordan Schroeder moved down one spot behind Brayden Schenn. That's probably more Schenn than Schroeder. Schenn's teammate Scot Glennie also made a little move up the rankings. John Moore moved from 8th to 6th, but more significantly, passed two defensemen in Jared Cowen and Simon Despres.
These rankings are just one group's opinion, but it's looking like a good draft year for future college players, with 10 players committed to colleges listed in the top 30 prospects.