AA - try 1.
Shiel went for two firsts so there's your benchmark. Dangerfield, who has won everything bar a premiership medal, went for #9, #28 & Dean Gore with #50 coming back the other way.
And 'no', I wouldn't accept anything for those two because they will never be on the market.
Here it is:
GWS were given #1, #3, #5, #7, #9, #11, #13, #15, Phil Davis, Rhys Palmer, Callan Ward, Tom Scully then access to Bugg, Cameron, Darley, Golds, Growden (easy Joao ), Harding, Hombsch, Shiel, Treloar, Tunbridge, Ugle, Wilson, Shaun Edwards, Hampton, Aylett, Josh Bruce, Sam Schulz...
Not being obtuse.
"Whatever it takes" to do a trade with Dodo is often ridiculous. Last year he rejected #5 + #9, and then #9 + FF (#3) for a broken down Daniher. Now, while I don't expect him to be so idiotic this time around, it's possible.
We should make a reasonable offer (a pick in the...
...has taken picks #13 and #19 as top twenty draft picks total in the last seven years (Since Cripps was drafted)?
Compared to Fremantle which has used: #2, #5, #7, #8, #8, #9, #13, #17 and #17
You're making my point for me. Hawthorn has not had the high picks injected into their side like we...
In #3 he is next to Darcy #4 and Cerra #5 in the locker room with Fyfe #7, Brayshaw #8, Acres #9, Walters #10, Aish #11 (so pretty much the entire starting midfield) with Logue #2 and Hogan #1 on the other side.
In #22 he is going to have two new teammates next to him in #23 and #24 with...
...on a set of pretty arbitrary criteria, but I guess these ranks mostly reflects my thoughts on their importance to the team.
Rioli and Venables not included; Rioli slots in at #9, Venables #20
Patron thoughts? Ryan at 9 feels harsh; will go top 4 or 5 in our B&F, but tough to put him any higher
...60 - we will drop below Carlton on the ladder to hold pick #7, which will drop back to #11.
If we win we will go above GWS which will mean pick #9, which will drop to #14
It's important to remember that we will also have the compensation picks for Corr, Williams, Cameron going to GWS before...
...all the restrictions he has had to deal with in his first full season as coach and we will surprise a lot of people...l dont mind the idea of offering up our 2021 first pick for Gold Coasts 2020 first pick #5 if we could get it done. Then we have #2, #5, #9, and #25 as our first 4 picks this...
HF: Taylor, Larkey, Higgins
F: Thomas, Brown, Zurhaar
Foll: Goldstein, Simpkin, LDU
Int & Depth: Anderson, Dumont, Scott, Ziebell, Perez Pick #2, Pick #9, Walker, Bonar, Atley, Mahoney, Hayden, McMillan
The only thing I see missing from that side is a quality genuine small crumbing forward
...should get him a penalty to get into the field and he is absolutely thrown in at the weights. Top pick once he lands
3 - RUSSIAN CAMELOT (LW #9, $10.50) - I was always a doubter but now I am converted. Could be the next So You Think. Third of the big 3 only because it sounds like Cox Plate is...
8 - DASHING WILLOUGHBY (LW #8, $38) - Remains the standard English plodder that is generally not good enough
9 - RUSSIAN CAMELOT (LW #9, $12.5) - Resumes this week so expect big movement one way or the other
10 - NICKAJACK CAVE (LW ur, $32) - Like an Irish Dashing Willoughby - the...
...picks, would look to target a trade with a side which has a 1st rounder then a big gap to their next pick.
E.g. Bullies currently have pick #9, then #38... & need points to match... & we could avoid bidding pick #1, maybe #2.
So Bullies pick #9 (1469 points) for picks #20 (912) & #39 Atkins...
...been happy with Henry. In the end our move meant they got neither and we got 3 top 10 players.
As it turned out they bid on Henry anyway at pick #9, even though it served no benefit to them other than giving them more time to then eventually trade away pick #9 (which became #11 after the two...
By the same token, if Henry was rated 14-20 and the bid came at #9, should they have passed?
Sometimes you have the eat the sandwich in your hand and stop daydreaming about the steak. We had two gun players fall to our pick, then Carlton bid on our player so they could trade for a much later...
...meaning they effectively trade Papley for Campbell, which isn't ideal.
Carlton currently hold pick #9. Trade that for Papley.
Trade #9 to Freo for our 2021 first round pick.
Then we have #6, #9 which becomes #8 and #9 after deficit. With "our" first being pick #9, Carlton's former pick...
...agency compensation picks, that would be pick #20 and #29 - that's 1565 points, the equivalent of about pick #8.
The Dogs currently hold pick #9, worth 1469 points. Their bid should come before that pick.
They have #9, #38 and #46
I would be offering #20 and #29 for their #9 pick. I expect...
The Crows had picks #9, #16, #19 and #24 at the start of the 2018 Draft. They traded #19 for a future pick, and downgraded the #24 to #30.
I really don't think the currency was there (when you factor in where GC's list was at, and the prospects on offer) to prise #2 and #3 away from the Suns.
Adelaide's first pick was at #9, Rankine was selected at #3...
I pegged this guy to be the next Jimmy Toumpas, due to his slight frame and early injury woes. Good on him on a great debut though. Keen to see how he goes on with it from here.