Review 2019 Trades by Implied Player Value

bergholt

Premiership Player
Mar 14, 2007
4,520
10,126
Brunswick
AFL Club
St Kilda
This list is based on the DVI point values from the Draftguru list: https://www.draftguru.com.au/trades/year/2019. For future picks that assumes clubs finish in the same spots they did this year. Lots of single player trades so we can get reasonably accurate values - only really the Acres-Hill and Howard-Ryder deals which are less clear.

3213: Tim Kelly
3000: pick 1
2643: Brad Hill (assuming Blake Acres is about 500 points)
1878: pick 5
1395: pick 10
912: pick 20

882: Ed Langdon
858: Dougal Howard (assuming Paddy Ryder is about 300 points)
843: Josh Bruce
690: Hugh Greenwood
665: James Aish
643: Callum Ah Chee
629: pick 30
615: Zak Jones
614: Alex Keath
429: pick 40
335: Tom Cutler
302: Lewis Taylor
273: pick 50
226: Sam Frost
197: Marc Pittonet
194: Billy Frampton, Dan Butler, Jon Patton, Sam Jacobs
184: Aiden Bonar
182: Eddie Betts
170: Zac Smith, Jack Steven
146: pick 60
71: Darcy Cameron
67: Andrew Phillips
39: pick 70
0: Josh Jenkins
 
Last edited:

(Log in to remove this ad.)

samFFC

Brownlow Medallist
Jul 1, 2013
12,464
9,064
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Fulham, 76ers, Cubs, Bills
So we had the 2 biggest hauls in the league, both for players requesting out, and WC paid overs for TKelly.
Not bad.

Though agree Keath is going to be more influential than Greenwood/Aish/CAC/Jones (and hence WB did well with that one).
 
Last edited:

rgauci

Norm Smith Medallist
Jul 16, 2004
9,105
6,732
Fremantle
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
DOCKERS
So we had the 2 biggest hauls in the league, both for players requesting out, and WC paid overs for TKelly.
Not bad.

Though agree Keath is going to be more influential than Greenwood/Aish/CAC/Jones (and hence WB did well with that one).
Debateable, Keath is 28 years old. The others are much younger.
 

Paracleet

Emotion is not going to get the job done..
Jun 30, 2011
3,455
5,317
AFL Club
Fremantle
how is this calculated? it’s not just total points of the picks but assigns some value to the traded player?
 

bergholt

Premiership Player
Mar 14, 2007
4,520
10,126
Brunswick
AFL Club
St Kilda
how is this calculated? it’s not just total points of the picks but assigns some value to the traded player?
Net value of the picks. So if you trade a player out for a pick worth 300 points, and along with them you include a pick worth 100 points, then the player’s value is deemed to be 200 points.
 

Suma Magic

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 22, 2009
22,229
23,478
AFL Club
West Coast
If anyone is interested I’ve done this in the xy thread based on tab odds for the 2020 season. I’ve also put in my own DVI values as a comparison to the official AFL DVI.
 

(Log in to remove this ad.)

Procrastinator35

Hall of Famer
Feb 24, 2013
38,753
31,992
The GoldenBrown Heart of Victoria
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Man Utd Green Bay Melb Storm
I cannot believe Hawthorn got Patton for less then they received for Pittonet.
That's precisely what makes this ranking list & it's premise both irrelevant & redundant.

Patton & Bonar were salary-dumps, pure n simple.....You simply cannot gauge nor measure their worth as players based upon this scale for that reason.
 

bergholt

Premiership Player
Mar 14, 2007
4,520
10,126
Brunswick
AFL Club
St Kilda
That's precisely what makes this ranking list & it's premise both irrelevant & redundant.

Patton & Bonar were salary-dumps, pure n simple.....You simply cannot gauge nor measure their worth as players based upon this scale for that reason.
Sure. Ultimately the only way to fully gauge their worth as players is at the end of their career, add up all their production at that point. But looking at the net DVI is a useful way of considering what happened in each trade - a salary dump isn’t included directly in the value but as you say it’s clearly part of the trade. (Ideally the AFL would make player salaries public, like in the NBA, then we’d be able to judge more accurately.)
 

Top Bottom