- Sep 26, 2004
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- MUFC, LAL, PSG
JUH should automatically be a matched bid at 1-3 and the rest of the Phantom just continue as per order and same with Jones between 8-12Be sure to watch as someone opts to not match bids in order to engage in a thought experiment.
What about this guy?I'm trying to work out which one I should draft with my first pick...
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Strong, quick, find space when surrounded by opponents. Plenty of X-factor.
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Does his best work inside...
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All class, can do things most others can't, powerful, smooth, looks a million bucks...
Just start the phantom draft without Port and Bulldogs assigned.Would like to get this started tomorrow at the latest.
Still 2 clubs available to select for - Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs.
Please let me know if you are keen to participate otherwise I will simply assign them to two existing participants who will have an extra club to pick for.
Jimmae if the spreadsheet is good to go, can you please send through a link and I will pin it to the OP and also to the top post of each page.
Are you volunteering to take them on?Just start the phantom draft without Port and Bulldogs assigned.
They've both structured up their draft hand to match bids for JUH and Jones. Consequently, they won't have any live picks until the back end of the draft.
It's a formality they match those bids as they're holding back end picks.
Maybe someone selecting for a team like Gold Coast or Sydney who will be done very early in the draft can select for those teams as it won't compromise the selections for their current club.
Realistically, both Sydney and Gold Coast may be done with live picks come picks 3 and 5 respectively. Gold Coast were given free access to their academy players, whilst Sydney will most likely not require any further selections following any bid matched for their two academy players.
Pick 1 – Logan McDonald
With Tex and Lynch getting on, the Crows could do with some more firepower up forward. Strong consideration was given to Thilthorpe, however he projects more as a ruck/forward. McDonald has demonstrated that he can be the focal point up forward. His performances against senior bodies are well documented, and should hold him in good stead playing AFL next season. Long-term the Crows will be hoping he can form a partnership with Fogarty and/or Himmelberg. In an uncertain draft, McDonald should at least be a serviceable player.
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The Western Bulldogs match Sydney's bid for Jamarra Ugle-Hagan.
Agree with this, thinking DGB next best bet, although the ruck/forward would be a great list fit. Cox too speculative this early.