Funnily enough, they're my big 3 right now too. Serong has been a bit hot and cold for me lately, but finished the champs strongly. Flanders and Kemp just keep getting better.I’d be very happy with any one of him, Serong or Flanders.
Agreed. Would prefer our first pick on a small/medium goal kicker like Flanders or Sorong but after that I’d hope were into a project key defender in case Young doesn’t work out or decides to go home.
I wonder if he could be turned into a KPD. Has great athleticism, height and a bit of aggression. It might take a 213 years but could be a 1KPD that we are trying to find right now.Luke Jackson as that second ruck/forward working in tandem with English is one hell of a prospect.
There are queries around if Jackson can play forward however considering he is always the played as the number 1 ruck.
Has the athleticism to be very dangerous up there and would work with Naughton and Schache.
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He's overrated a bunch of the talls here I reckon. Something tells me he felt the need to balance out what it really a draft weak in tall players.
Decent summary covering most of the names being discussed on here.
We have 4 father son's as well .. maybe some may emerge as alright.Somewhat realistic dream draft at this point would be:
Lachlan Ash with our first pick
Cam Taheny with a later first round we trade in (using multiple third rounders or trading out players)
Elijah Taylor with later pick
Definitely would love to add Brodie Kemp to add a different dynamic to our midfield with his pace.Brodie Kemp is the man this year. How many times do we say we need two bonts? With this guy we have it, just get him in!
Strengths (according to Knightmare):
Versatility to impact games in any position other than ruck, acceleration, line breaker, movement and evasion through traffic, ground ball winner, intercept marking, reading of the ball in flight, aerial marking, one-on-one marking, leadup marking, contested marking, hurt factor by foot, vision