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Wingard is still clearly the best player from that draft to date.Adams performed well over both years whereas wingard had an amazing 2013 but a rather quiet 2012. Either way it is wayyyyyy too early. Many players would've had second year blues and the talls have yet to develop more.
Assume you're referring to Adams > Wingard. Not an easy call, I rate Wingard extremely highly. We only have 2 years output to base this on and I just reckon that Adams's two years have been incredible for a young player in a shit team. Watch the hype he gets next season. Had he been drafted to Collingwood instead of GWS in 2011 he would already be considered a B+ mid, not to mention the inevitable Selwood comparisons. Don't get me wrong, Wingard deserved his AA this year and I reckon it was one of the better follow up seasons we've seen in recent times. I just think Adams's output to this point is slightly higher and he deserves the number one ranking. Just.Hoooooow?
I think you might have the rose coloured glasses on.top 10?
Stiff: Hill, Tomlinson, Dickson, Coniglio
too early to make any kind of definitive call, there's about 25 i could name that could easily end up here in 3-4 years time
He's an average player playing in a average team. Every time I've seen him play I've wondered how he was getting a game..Baguely has been pretty good for Essendon and definitely deserves a mention if you rank players on performance.
I struggle to see him playing more than 50 games.I think I disagree, no way in hell he'll be in there in a couple of years, but on output he deserves an honourable mention at the very least for now