2012 Western Australian Draft Prospects

Discussion in 'Drafts, Trading & Free Agency' started by Chris25, Mar 4, 2012.

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  1. Masto

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    Garlett is talented but his inconsistency worries me. I'm not sure I would want to spend a 1st round pick on him.

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    Fairly sure he isn't old enough for this year, but whats the news on jack martin?
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    In Europe with the AIS squad?
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    Anyone know how long Mason Shaw is out for? Will he be back for the U18 champs or later in the year in the WAFL?

    Would be a pretty good forward line with Shaw, Jesse Hogan at CHF and maybe someone like Marco Paparone down there, Yarran and Garlett at their feet and Jack Martin floating around.

    I was reading about the National Indigenous Championships - there looks to be more Yarran's, Garletts, Headlands, Ahchee's, Bennells and Winmars on the way from WA!! No Farmer's though, what happened to Jeff's boy Jeff Jnr (14 yo so eligible for the champs)! Has he been sidetracked by film and fame since his little movie role?
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    Mason Shaw was due out for six weeks , so he should be right to play about now .
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    Jack Darling Mark II?

    Imagine Garlett and Newman on our HF flanks together...

    Let's hope he can get his off field stuff sorted..
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    WAFL Colts Round 4

    East Perth 92 def. Perth 61

    East Perth
    #5 Shaquille McKenzie (22d,5m,2g)
    #16 Jackson Ramsay (17d,3g)
    #28 Marcus Ruggiero (11d,7m,5g)

    Perth
    #1 Aaron Dow (17d,2g)
    #5 Blake Robinson (25d,7m,1g)

    Peel Thunder 70 lost to East Fremantle 71

    Peel Thunder
    #6 Corey Morris (22d)
    #9 Blair Bell (14d,4m,4g)

    East Fremantle
    #4 Jacob Green (24d)
    #9 Harrison Marsh (20d,6m)
    #23 Marco Paparone (17d,7m,6g)

    Claremont 71 def. West Perth 63

    Claremont
    #8 Jesse Hogan (21d,12m,15ho,1g)
    #11 Jack Martin (18d,6m)

    West Perth
    #7 Matthew Johnson (11d,4m,3g)
    #15 Benjamin McNamara (19d)
    #35 Aidan Lynch (20d, 6m)

    Swan Districts 34 lost to South Fremantle 88

    Swan Districts
    #3 Jacob Coniglio (18d)
    #15 Kurt Tanner (22d)
    #16 Fraser Millar (20d)
    #44 Jesse Manton (24d)

    South Fremantle
    #1 Adam Carter (20d,5m,1g)
    #5 Sean Lynch (19d,7m,2g)
    #8 Emmanuel Collard (19d,1g)
    #15 Brendan Verrier (21d)

    Bye: Subiaco
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    Jesse Hogan looks a special talent love the way he goes about it.

    Will end up a big midfielder 192cm a bit like mundy from freo.

    Has that presence I love to see in a player, is a good athlete to go with a good footy brain.

    Chris Yarran has been really disappointing this season so far.

    Adam Carter is another lovely user of the footy.

    Devon McPharlane has been very good in Peel's league side another with deadly footskills.
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    Shaq is in the under 18s squad and as such not eligible for selection at league level until the the 18s are over, as I understand matters.
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    Jesse Hogan a midfielder? Takes about 5 or more contested marks a game and has been playing part ruck and mainly at CHF. Hopefully he isn´t finished growing yet. Still underaged!
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    Looks like he has been named in the League squad for today's game.

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    Garlett has been suspended by SD for two weeks , hope he improves his discipline and make the most of his talent because at this rate he may not get drafted !
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    Not what I wanted to hear.

    I was just saying the other day, that he was looking good and his football seemed to be on track. Thought his draft prospects were starting to get back up to first round territory.

    At least it sounds like more a discipline problem, as opposed to a destructive personality.
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    When abouts will the under 18s start this year? Hopefully they'll do a better job this year and televise a few more games.
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    The U18 Championships starts on the 26th of May, and runs for about 6 weeks. I wouldn't expect them to televise anything more than the last couple of games though.
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    G'day brother, pretty sure they start on the last weekend in May?

    ROUND 1
    Saturday May 26
    NT vs Vic Metro at TIO Stadium,Darwin 6:30pm
    Saturday June 2
    QLD vs WA at Blacktown 11am
    NSW/ACT vs VIC Country at Blacktown 1:30pm
    Sunday June 3
    TAS vs SA at Blundstone Arena at 11:30am

    ROUND 2
    Saturday June 9
    WA vs NSW/ACT at Patersons Stadium 12pm
    Sunday June 10
    VIC Country vs QLD at Visy Park 12pm
    VIC Metro vs TAS at Visy Park 2:30pm
    SA vs NT at AAMI Stadium 1pm (C/R AFL Port vs Hawthorn)

    ROUND 3
    Saturday June 16
    SA vs VIC Metro at Coopers Stadium,Norwood 12pm
    Sunday June 17
    WA vs VIC Country at Patersons Stadium 12pm
    Saturday June 23
    QLD vs TAS at Yeronga 12pm
    NSW/ACT vs NT at Blacktown 12pm

    ROUND 4
    Friday June 29
    VIC Metro vs VIC Country at Simonds Stadium,Geelong 12pm
    WA vs SA at Simonds Stadium,Geelong 2:30pm
    Saturday June 30
    NT vs QLD at Visy Park 12pm
    TAS vs NSW/ACT at Visy Park 2:30pm

    ROUND 5
    Wednesday July 4
    Vic Country vs SA at Etihad Stadium 5:35pm
    VIC Metro vs WA at Etihad Stadium 7:35pm
    Thursday July 5
    NT vs TAS at Simonds Stadium 12pm
    QLD vs NSW/ACT at Simonds Stadium 2:15pm
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    Hahaha cheers, that is pretty close I guess!!
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    Reckon Marco Paparone is rising in draft calculations.

    193cm, 76kg forward. Has had quite a few BOG´s for Easts in the WAFL colts.

    Another 12 marks, 23 poss, 2 goals 3 behinds.

    Others may be interested to see that Stephen Coniglio´s younger brother is starting to dominate for Swans. 31 possessions today. Not eligible until next year. Like Stephen though, has to make the decision between cricket and footy!
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    Paparone has been one who has stepped up this year. I wrote about him a couple of weeks ago, mentioned that he has gone to another level since his games as an underaged player last year. Always good to see another KPP step up. I would also imagine he'd be more than 76kg, because that was his weight about 18 months ago.

    Also, the AIS players all made their returns this weekend. Shannon Taylor and Josh Simpson had good games in the Colts.

    I'm looking forward to seeing some footage of Laine Wilkins' game though - he had 15 disposals, all kicks. That's to go with his 13 kicks (from 14 disposals) from his only game prior to the Europe trip. Pretty much exactly what I wanted to see from him through the midfield.
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    The big trip
    The big trip

    Get Taylor if they're boys.

    Father-Son selections. :thumbsu:
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    when do we stop calling them superdrafts and they just become normal??

    2013 already looks like having some top names.

    aish and dunstan here in sa

    martin, hogan coniglio in wa

    mcdonald in vic is highly rated isnt he??

    anyway, aish had a couple of very good games for norwood seniors already.
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    The WA State Talent Academy 18s squad.

    Jamhal Bedford - Claremont - 21.04.94
    H: 177cm - W: 60kg
    Shannon Taylor - Claremont - 05.02.94
    H: 177cm - W: 72kg
    Jesse Hogan - Claremont - 12.02.95
    H: 193cm - W: 97kg
    Jack Martin - Claremont - 29.01.95
    H: 185cm - W: 64.3kg
    Brendan Lim -Claremont - 1.05.95
    H: 184cm - W: 84kg
    Chris Yarran - Perth - 27.4.94
    H:185cm - W: 85.5kg
    Dylan Loo - Perth - 24.06.95
    H: 182cm - W: 72kg
    Sam Garstone - Perth - 01.06.95
    H: 195cm - W: 77.8kg
    Brant Colledge - Perth - 25.10.94
    H: 191cm - W: 88.5kg
    Dominic Sheed - Subiaco - 10.04.95
    H: 186cm - W: 77kg
    Cameron Wohling - Subiaco - 22.03.94
    H: 180cm - W: 73kg
    Adam Carter - South Fremantle - 17.04.94
    H: 180cm - W: 71.5kg
    Sean Lynch - South Fremantle - 30.01.94
    H: 184cm - W: 76.5kg
    Dale Hamilton - South Fremantle - 23.02.94
    H: 184cm - W: 70.1kg
    Marvin Warrel - South Fremantle - 19.09.94
    H: 180cm - W: 67.2kg
    Samuel Lowrie - South Fremantle - 22.07.94
    H: 187cm - W: 80kg
    Corey Chalmers - West Perth - 24.11.94
    H: 179cm - W: 76.2kg
    Tim Sutherland - West Perth - 01.07.94
    H: NA - W: NA
    Matt Johnson - West Perth - 05.09.94
    H: 183.5cm - W: 73kg
    Nick Robertson - West Perth - 03.06.95
    H: 187cm - W: 78kg
    Corey Morris - Peel Thunder - 30.05.94
    H: 176cm - W: 66kg
    Chase Strange - Peel Thunder - 05.03.94
    H: 176cm - W: 65kg
    Kamdyn McIntosh - Peel Thunder - 03.04.94
    H: 191cm - W: 83.9
    Laine Wilkins - Peel Thunder - 30.03.94
    H: 183m - W:78kg
    Josh Simpson - East Fremantle - 09.02.94

    H: 186cm - W: 70.9kg
    Marco Paparone - East Fremantle - 03.09.94
    H: 197cm - W: 78Kg
    Alex Howson - East Fremantle - 25.05.94
    H: 197cm - W: 78kg
    Lochie Dennis - East Fremantle - 03.09.93
    H: NA - W: NA
    Andrew Stokes - East Fremantle 14.12.93
    H: NA - W: NA
    Harry Marsh - East Fremantle - 13.04.94
    H: 193cm - W: 78kg
    Shaquille McKenzie - East Perth - 22.04.94
    H: 175cm - W: 70.2kg
    Riley Hutchinson - East Perth - 12.01.94
    H: 186cm - W: 88.1kg
    Scott Jones - East Perth - 20.05.95
    H: 202cm - W: 99.6kg
    Jackson Ramsey - East Perth - 20.11.94
    H: NA - W: NA
    Laurence Grescos - Swan Districts - 08.04.95
    H: 195cm - W: 77.8kg
    Herman Humphries - Swan Districts - 25.07.95
    H: 184cm - W: 68kg
    Dayle Garlett - Swan Districts - 09.01.94
    H: 183cm - W: 75kg
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    Pleased to see some of the names in the second intake of the state academy - Howson and Paparone in particular. Not entirely sure about some of the measurements though.
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    Good to see Jesse Hogan is still growing.

    As is Marco Paparone at 197cm now. Must be rocketing up in calculations the way he has been playing.

    His East Freo teammates Alex Howson (197cm key forward who has been kicking a fair few goals) and Harry Marsh (193cm mid) are interesting prospects also.

    Few options there for us to pick up a good KPP depending on how the kids go for the rest of the year.
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    Im very pleased to see Lowrie make the squad, i hope he gets some game time in the Champs so he can be judged better.