Max zeroYeah thats some really good odds there. How many post round 1 midfielders have been taken over that time (20 years)? Hundreds? A THOUSAND?!
So thats what a 1-2% success rate? I didn't say its impossible I said it's highly unlikely and with better scouting techniques its actually getting HARDER not easier to get lucky.
Shuey was rated but was injured. Watson was a father son. You have to go back to Simon Black (20 YEARS AGO!) to pad out the list to double figures.
The odds are even worse then I thought. Thanks for proving my point.
So we should not pick a A grade KPP for a 1 in a 100 chance for A grade mid? Thank god you are not on our recruitment team.
Here you go mate, this is you explaining to us why it would be pointless to draft Kelly or midfielders generally in the second round because you only get B-graders outside of the first round.
Implicitly you seem to be of the view that drafting A-grade KPPs in the second round and later is a much higher percentage play.
Got any stats to back your theory?