List Mgmt. 2020 Draft and Delistings

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tmitchell

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Gus last year to show he can be part of our midfield. Needs to do more around half forward and back especially with pressure from Rivers now.

Scoring from centre bounces is basically nothing now as is scoring from clearances. Either we have to change how the games played or we need to move out some inside players and get some turnover specialists
Not sure why they don’t play Gus off back flank. Penetrating kick, likes to tackle in and outside player!
 

gawndog37

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Hi guys I did a bit of research into a few players who look like they might be available at 18,19, or 28 in the draft this year. I've compiled a list of 10 player profiles who appear a chance to be available at our selections:

Finlay Macrae
  • Position: Inside or Outside midfielder
  • Height: 186cm
  • Weight: 78kg
  • Club: Oakleigh Chargers
  • Plays like: Jack Macrae
  • Draft range: 12-25

Finlay, brother of Jack is one of the most classy midfielders in this years draft and plays very similar to his brother. Some of his best traits are: very good kick on both feet, clean hands, decision making, composure, vision, agility, work rate. Finlay is very good at chaining up possessions in the midfield and then lowering his eyes to hit up targets inside 50. Some of his drawbacks is that he is not overly quick or explosive, but he makes up for that with his endurance where he ran a 6:17 2km time trial. Finlay doesn’t do the flashy stuff but he’s a very clean, classy, consistent player where he didn’t get much midfield time for Oakleigh last year due to how stacked their midfield was with the likes of Rowell and Anderson. With good height and football nous, Finlay could step into AFL level next season on a wing or half forward/half back and have an immediate impact.


Nik Cox
  • Position: key defender, key forward, wing
  • Height: 200cm
  • Weight: 87kg
  • Club: Northern Knights
  • Plays like: Darcy Moore
  • Draft range: 15-25

Nik Cox is one of the most unique prospects in this year draft, the AFL might have never seen a player like him with his skill set. Cox is a very good key position height at 200cm where he has played at either end of the ground successfully but he also played a fair bit of footy on the wing where he proved his capabilities at the combine running a 6:02 2km time trial, and a 2.95 second 20m sprint. Cox is ridiculously quick for his size and has an enormous tank, but add on to that he is very good kick on both sides of his body, and has very clean hands as well. Cox is dominant in the air with his overhead marking and dominant on ground level with his skills, he is just very raw at this stage but he possesses all the tools to be an absolute star of the competition. Cox will likely take quite a few years to develop where he needs to put on size to be able to compete 1v1 with bigger bodies of the AFL, but he possesses all the attributes to develop into a dominant intercepting CHB, a roaming CHF, or a unique wingman.


Jack Carroll
  • Position: Half back flank or inside/outside midfielder
  • Height: 188cm
  • Weight: 76kg
  • Club: East Fremantle
  • Plays like: Adam Cerra/Trent Rivers
  • Draft range: 15-30

Carroll is basically a clone of Trent Rivers in his under 18 year in the way he plays and has played plenty of footy already with Riv and Jacko due to him coming from the same club as them. Carroll combines class, toughness, and athleticism to form a very ceiling for what he could become at AFL level. Physically Carroll possesses some very good attributes to become a great player in numerous positions, he ran a 3.018 20m sprint, 8.67 second agility test, and a 88cm running vertical leap. Carroll possesses a piercing left foot kick and always makes the best decision with ball in hand. Carroll also has very clean hands and at times somehow manages to find time and space where others cant. Carroll started the season off at half back where he was seen as just an outside player but in the second half of the season he moved into the inside midfield for East Fremantle where he showed a very good contested side to his game as well. Despite his light frame Carroll is not afraid of running back with the flight of the ball or crashing open a pack to win the ball on the inside. With his progression to a midfield he led the WAFL colts competition in contested possessions per game with 15. Carroll needs to add size to his frame and work on his endurance but he is also the youngest player in this years draft pool where he doesn’t turn 18 until December. Carroll will likely start his AFL career at half back where he can have an immediate impact next season and then could potentially develop into an inside midfielder in the long term.

Brayden Cook
  • Position: wing or medium forward
  • Height: 189cm
  • Weight: 82kg
  • Club: South Adelaide
  • Plays like: Jaidyn Stephenson
  • Draft range: 15-30

Brayden Cook is this years biggest draft bolter when he shot onto the scene for South Adelaide this year where he took over games and won them off his own boot. Cook is an athletic outside midfielder who can go forward and kick bags of goals where he proved that by kicking 5.5 and collected 22 possessions in a 1 point win over Woodville-West Torrens. Cook is a really strong overhead mark and he boasts a 74cm running vertical leap. He is also just as good on the ground where he recorded a 8.45 seconds agility test where he uses that to be creative at ground level and then makes good decisions with ball in hand. Cooks field kicking and goal kicking could use some work, he kicked 26 goals this year but also recorded 27 behinds. Cook will also need to add strength to his frame where he is a very raw player at the moment but has a very high ceiling. Cook will likely take a few years as a wingman where he needs to build his endurance but he could have an immediate impact next year as a medium forward where he could potentially produce the same output as Jaidyn Stephenson did in his first year.


Caleb Poulter
  • Position: inside/outside midfielder or medium/key forward
  • Height: 192cm
  • Weight: 79kg
  • Club: Woodville-West Torrens
  • Plays like: Bailey Smith
  • Draft range: 15-30

Poulter is this years tall midfielder who is capable of eye-catching plays with his ability to impact the game on the inside and outside and has the ability to use his size to go forward and kick goals. Poulter possesses a penetrating left boot and clean hands where he is just as effective at extracting the ball in and under, as well as chaining up possessions on the outside and hitting forwards on the lead. Poulter has a 81cm running vertical leap, 3.058 seconds 20m sprint, and a 6min38seconds 2km time trial which allows him to provide a marking option around the ground as a midfielder or up forward inside 50. He also uses his size and presence around the ball with a great tackling ability and has a knack of breaking tackles with ball in hand. At the moment Poulter has a tendency to drift in and out of games but that can happen when played in multiple positions, but he also needs to work on consistent execution by foot as he can tend to blaze away from time to time when in front of goal. Poulter’s ceiling is enormous and the potential to play just about any position on the ground, he may take a little bit of time to develop but he has all the tricks to be a star at AFL level and potentially make an impact next year. He also has an incredible Bailey Smith-like mullet that will attract fans to games with his looks and what he is capable of.


Tom Powell
  • Position: inside midfielder
  • Height: 183cm
  • Weight: 74kg
  • Club: Sturt
  • Plays like: Tom Mitchell
  • Draft range: 15-35

Powell is the one of most consistent midfielders in this years draft where he won SANFL under 18 league best and fairest. Powell has the ability to rack up enormous amounts of possessions where has very clean hands and highly skilled stoppage craft. He is a good decision maker and excels at finding players on the outside. He is not overly quick but he does have great agility where he recorded a 8.35 seconds agility test. Powell is a great competitor who always gets the best out of himself and has great leadership qualities, and he applies good defensive pressure and tackling on the field. There have been questions on how much does Powell hurt you by foot which is an area of his game he continues to work to become a more damaging midfielder. Powell averaged just under 35 disposals a game for Sturt this year and will likely be a very, very good midfielder at AFL level but may struggle for opportunity in Melbourne’s midfield.


Nathan O’Driscoll
  • Position: inside/outside midfield or defender
  • Height: 187cm
  • Weight: 76kg
  • Club: Perth
  • Plays like: Ed Curnow
  • Draft range: 15-35

O’Driscoll might just be the hardest working player in this years draft, where he influences games through his work rate and defensive work; he could be described as this years draft’s “Mr Fix It.” He is a running machine who recorded a 6:23 minute 2km time trial which allows him to play on the inside and outside in the midfield. O’Driscoll busts his guts on defensive and offence where he will tirelessly chase and negate his man on defence and then outwork them on offence. O’Driscoll will often run the length of the ground just to provide an option or to open up pockets of space for his teammates. O’Driscoll excels around stoppages where he usually racks up large tackle numbers and possessions himself. He started the season in defence he is able to shut down small forwards with his 2.931 seconds 20m sprint and 8.12 seconds agility test and provide rebound from half back. He also shown the ability to lockdown the best midfielders on the inside or outside when used in the midfield. O’Driscoll is also a courageous overhead mark where he uses his size to his advantage. The offensive side to his game does need a bit of work, with tidying up his kicking, improving his kick-to-handball ratio, and increasing scoreboard impact but he makes up for it with his enormous influence on games defensively. O’Driscoll could potentially be the best tagger in the league one day and is likely where he will start his career, but he also potentially could be one of the best lockdown defenders in the league.

Bailey Laurie
  • Position: small forward or inside midfielder
  • Height: 179cm
  • Weight: 78kg
  • Club: Oakleigh Chargers
  • Plays like: Toby Greene
  • Draft range: 20-30

Laurie is the best small forward in the open pool this year who can carve opposition up with his creative skills more as a high half forward. Laurie is not overly quick for a small forward but makes up for it with his work rate (6:24 2km time trial), agility, smarts, decision making, and most importantly his evasion. He is an incredibly crafty player who is very hard to tackle and you feel like every time he touches the ball something good is going to happen. He is an incredible crumber who seems to always know where the ball is going to drop. Laurie’s defensive side of his game is just as proficient, he is a keen tackler works really hard to keep the ball inside 50. Laurie excels around stoppages where his incredible handball skills are on display, his vision and craftiness with his hands give him the potential to become a midfielder as well. You want the ball in Laurie’s hands going inside 50 as he has great skills and composure on both feet and has great finishing ability around goal and on tough angles. Laurie is packed full of X-factor but can drift in and out of games and does need to put on size. Laurie could step straight in next year as a small forward due to his great work rate and whilst he may not kick massive bags of goals he sets up a lot of goals as well chipping in a goal or 2 game himself.


Zane Trew
  • Position: inside midfielder
  • Height: 185cm
  • Weight: 80kg
  • Club: Swan Districts
  • Plays like: Clayton Oliver
  • Draft range: 20-40

Trew is a dominate contested ball player who thrives at winning his own ball and then feeding it to receivers on the outside. Trew is a very good size for a midfielder which allows him to influence stoppages by winning possessions and is a good tackler. He is quite agile (agility test time of 8:39 seconds) and has a bit of toe (3.034 seconds 20m sprint), but his best asset in his midfield craft is his clean hands that almost every time release a player on the outside. He also has excellent poise with ball in hand and is a reliable kick by foot. Trew doesn’t have much of an outside game at the moment but that is an area he could develop where he can hurt the opposition on the scoreboard with his sound kicking. He also has had an injury interrupted last few years where he has struggled to string together runs of matches. Trew is a reliable high production midfielder who would be ready to step into AFL next year due to his size but like Powell Melbourne’s midfield would be a hard one to break into.

Kaine Baldwin
  • Position: key position forward
  • Height: 193cm
  • Weight: 90kg
  • Club: Glenelg
  • Plays like: Charlie Curnow
  • Draft range: 20-60

Baldwin is one of the biggest unknown commodities at this draft, he was one of the most promising youngsters at the Under 16s National Championships, but since he has done 2 ACL’s. As a player Baldwin can play either as a mobile centre half forward or a close to goal key forward where he possesses a real strong contested mark. He is a one grab player who is aggressive in the way flies for the ball and attacks the contest. He also covers the ground really well and gets involved in link up play where he is a really good kick going inside 50. His ground level ability also brings the potential for Baldwin to run through the midfield. In his Under 16s campaign for Glenelg he averaged 21.8 disposals, 9.6 marks, and 2.8 goals a game as a key forward. The obvious drawbacks with Baldwin is the unknown area around if he will be the same player he was post injury, and how well his body will hold up in the long term. However due to his untapped raw potential and versatility he looks certain to be drafted but it is highly likely he won’t feature at AFL level next season as a club will look to build his body up and ease him into things.

 

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Hi guys I did a bit of research into a few players who look like they might be available at 18,19, or 28 in the draft this year. I've compiled a list of 10 player profiles who appear a chance to be available at our selections:

Finlay Macrae
  • Position: Inside or Outside midfielder
  • Height: 186cm
  • Weight: 78kg
  • Club: Oakleigh Chargers
  • Plays like: Jack Macrae
  • Draft range: 12-25

Finlay, brother of Jack is one of the most classy midfielders in this years draft and plays very similar to his brother. Some of his best traits are: very good kick on both feet, clean hands, decision making, composure, vision, agility, work rate. Finlay is very good at chaining up possessions in the midfield and then lowering his eyes to hit up targets inside 50. Some of his drawbacks is that he is not overly quick or explosive, but he makes up for that with his endurance where he ran a 6:17 2km time trial. Finlay doesn’t do the flashy stuff but he’s a very clean, classy, consistent player where he didn’t get much midfield time for Oakleigh last year due to how stacked their midfield was with the likes of Rowell and Anderson. With good height and football nous, Finlay could step into AFL level next season on a wing or half forward/half back and have an immediate impact.


Nik Cox
  • Position: key defender, key forward, wing
  • Height: 200cm
  • Weight: 87kg
  • Club: Northern Knights
  • Plays like: Darcy Moore
  • Draft range: 15-25

Nik Cox is one of the most unique prospects in this year draft, the AFL might have never seen a player like him with his skill set. Cox is a very good key position height at 200cm where he has played at either end of the ground successfully but he also played a fair bit of footy on the wing where he proved his capabilities at the combine running a 6:02 2km time trial, and a 2.95 second 20m sprint. Cox is ridiculously quick for his size and has an enormous tank, but add on to that he is very good kick on both sides of his body, and has very clean hands as well. Cox is dominant in the air with his overhead marking and dominant on ground level with his skills, he is just very raw at this stage but he possesses all the tools to be an absolute star of the competition. Cox will likely take quite a few years to develop where he needs to put on size to be able to compete 1v1 with bigger bodies of the AFL, but he possesses all the attributes to develop into a dominant intercepting CHB, a roaming CHF, or a unique wingman.


Jack Carroll
  • Position: Half back flank or inside/outside midfielder
  • Height: 188cm
  • Weight: 76kg
  • Club: East Fremantle
  • Plays like: Adam Cerra/Trent Rivers
  • Draft range: 15-30

Carroll is basically a clone of Trent Rivers in his under 18 year in the way he plays and has played plenty of footy already with Riv and Jacko due to him coming from the same club as them. Carroll combines class, toughness, and athleticism to form a very ceiling for what he could become at AFL level. Physically Carroll possesses some very good attributes to become a great player in numerous positions, he ran a 3.018 20m sprint, 8.67 second agility test, and a 88cm running vertical leap. Carroll possesses a piercing left foot kick and always makes the best decision with ball in hand. Carroll also has very clean hands and at times somehow manages to find time and space where others cant. Carroll started the season off at half back where he was seen as just an outside player but in the second half of the season he moved into the inside midfield for East Fremantle where he showed a very good contested side to his game as well. Despite his light frame Carroll is not afraid of running back with the flight of the ball or crashing open a pack to win the ball on the inside. With his progression to a midfield he led the WAFL colts competition in contested possessions per game with 15. Carroll needs to add size to his frame and work on his endurance but he is also the youngest player in this years draft pool where he doesn’t turn 18 until December. Carroll will likely start his AFL career at half back where he can have an immediate impact next season and then could potentially develop into an inside midfielder in the long term.

Brayden Cook
  • Position: wing or medium forward
  • Height: 189cm
  • Weight: 82kg
  • Club: South Adelaide
  • Plays like: Jaidyn Stephenson
  • Draft range: 15-30

Brayden Cook is this years biggest draft bolter when he shot onto the scene for South Adelaide this year where he took over games and won them off his own boot. Cook is an athletic outside midfielder who can go forward and kick bags of goals where he proved that by kicking 5.5 and collected 22 possessions in a 1 point win over Woodville-West Torrens. Cook is a really strong overhead mark and he boasts a 74cm running vertical leap. He is also just as good on the ground where he recorded a 8.45 seconds agility test where he uses that to be creative at ground level and then makes good decisions with ball in hand. Cooks field kicking and goal kicking could use some work, he kicked 26 goals this year but also recorded 27 behinds. Cook will also need to add strength to his frame where he is a very raw player at the moment but has a very high ceiling. Cook will likely take a few years as a wingman where he needs to build his endurance but he could have an immediate impact next year as a medium forward where he could potentially produce the same output as Jaidyn Stephenson did in his first year.


Caleb Poulter
  • Position: inside/outside midfielder or medium/key forward
  • Height: 192cm
  • Weight: 79kg
  • Club: Woodville-West Torrens
  • Plays like: Bailey Smith
  • Draft range: 15-30

Poulter is this years tall midfielder who is capable of eye-catching plays with his ability to impact the game on the inside and outside and has the ability to use his size to go forward and kick goals. Poulter possesses a penetrating left boot and clean hands where he is just as effective at extracting the ball in and under, as well as chaining up possessions on the outside and hitting forwards on the lead. Poulter has a 81cm running vertical leap, 3.058 seconds 20m sprint, and a 6min38seconds 2km time trial which allows him to provide a marking option around the ground as a midfielder or up forward inside 50. He also uses his size and presence around the ball with a great tackling ability and has a knack of breaking tackles with ball in hand. At the moment Poulter has a tendency to drift in and out of games but that can happen when played in multiple positions, but he also needs to work on consistent execution by foot as he can tend to blaze away from time to time when in front of goal. Poulter’s ceiling is enormous and the potential to play just about any position on the ground, he may take a little bit of time to develop but he has all the tricks to be a star at AFL level and potentially make an impact next year. He also has an incredible Bailey Smith-like mullet that will attract fans to games with his looks and what he is capable of.


Tom Powell
  • Position: inside midfielder
  • Height: 183cm
  • Weight: 74kg
  • Club: Sturt
  • Plays like: Tom Mitchell
  • Draft range: 15-35

Powell is the one of most consistent midfielders in this years draft where he won SANFL under 18 league best and fairest. Powell has the ability to rack up enormous amounts of possessions where has very clean hands and highly skilled stoppage craft. He is a good decision maker and excels at finding players on the outside. He is not overly quick but he does have great agility where he recorded a 8.35 seconds agility test. Powell is a great competitor who always gets the best out of himself and has great leadership qualities, and he applies good defensive pressure and tackling on the field. There have been questions on how much does Powell hurt you by foot which is an area of his game he continues to work to become a more damaging midfielder. Powell averaged just under 35 disposals a game for Sturt this year and will likely be a very, very good midfielder at AFL level but may struggle for opportunity in Melbourne’s midfield.


Nathan O’Driscoll
  • Position: inside/outside midfield or defender
  • Height: 187cm
  • Weight: 76kg
  • Club: Perth
  • Plays like: Ed Curnow
  • Draft range: 15-35

O’Driscoll might just be the hardest working player in this years draft, where he influences games through his work rate and defensive work; he could be described as this years draft’s “Mr Fix It.” He is a running machine who recorded a 6:23 minute 2km time trial which allows him to play on the inside and outside in the midfield. O’Driscoll busts his guts on defensive and offence where he will tirelessly chase and negate his man on defence and then outwork them on offence. O’Driscoll will often run the length of the ground just to provide an option or to open up pockets of space for his teammates. O’Driscoll excels around stoppages where he usually racks up large tackle numbers and possessions himself. He started the season in defence he is able to shut down small forwards with his 2.931 seconds 20m sprint and 8.12 seconds agility test and provide rebound from half back. He also shown the ability to lockdown the best midfielders on the inside or outside when used in the midfield. O’Driscoll is also a courageous overhead mark where he uses his size to his advantage. The offensive side to his game does need a bit of work, with tidying up his kicking, improving his kick-to-handball ratio, and increasing scoreboard impact but he makes up for it with his enormous influence on games defensively. O’Driscoll could potentially be the best tagger in the league one day and is likely where he will start his career, but he also potentially could be one of the best lockdown defenders in the league.

Bailey Laurie
  • Position: small forward or inside midfielder
  • Height: 179cm
  • Weight: 78kg
  • Club: Oakleigh Chargers
  • Plays like: Toby Greene
  • Draft range: 20-30

Laurie is the best small forward in the open pool this year who can carve opposition up with his creative skills more as a high half forward. Laurie is not overly quick for a small forward but makes up for it with his work rate (6:24 2km time trial), agility, smarts, decision making, and most importantly his evasion. He is an incredibly crafty player who is very hard to tackle and you feel like every time he touches the ball something good is going to happen. He is an incredible crumber who seems to always know where the ball is going to drop. Laurie’s defensive side of his game is just as proficient, he is a keen tackler works really hard to keep the ball inside 50. Laurie excels around stoppages where his incredible handball skills are on display, his vision and craftiness with his hands give him the potential to become a midfielder as well. You want the ball in Laurie’s hands going inside 50 as he has great skills and composure on both feet and has great finishing ability around goal and on tough angles. Laurie is packed full of X-factor but can drift in and out of games and does need to put on size. Laurie could step straight in next year as a small forward due to his great work rate and whilst he may not kick massive bags of goals he sets up a lot of goals as well chipping in a goal or 2 game himself.


Zane Trew
  • Position: inside midfielder
  • Height: 185cm
  • Weight: 80kg
  • Club: Swan Districts
  • Plays like: Clayton Oliver
  • Draft range: 20-40

Trew is a dominate contested ball player who thrives at winning his own ball and then feeding it to receivers on the outside. Trew is a very good size for a midfielder which allows him to influence stoppages by winning possessions and is a good tackler. He is quite agile (agility test time of 8:39 seconds) and has a bit of toe (3.034 seconds 20m sprint), but his best asset in his midfield craft is his clean hands that almost every time release a player on the outside. He also has excellent poise with ball in hand and is a reliable kick by foot. Trew doesn’t have much of an outside game at the moment but that is an area he could develop where he can hurt the opposition on the scoreboard with his sound kicking. He also has had an injury interrupted last few years where he has struggled to string together runs of matches. Trew is a reliable high production midfielder who would be ready to step into AFL next year due to his size but like Powell Melbourne’s midfield would be a hard one to break into.

Kaine Baldwin
  • Position: key position forward
  • Height: 193cm
  • Weight: 90kg
  • Club: Glenelg
  • Plays like: Charlie Curnow
  • Draft range: 20-60

Baldwin is one of the biggest unknown commodities at this draft, he was one of the most promising youngsters at the Under 16s National Championships, but since he has done 2 ACL’s. As a player Baldwin can play either as a mobile centre half forward or a close to goal key forward where he possesses a real strong contested mark. He is a one grab player who is aggressive in the way flies for the ball and attacks the contest. He also covers the ground really well and gets involved in link up play where he is a really good kick going inside 50. His ground level ability also brings the potential for Baldwin to run through the midfield. In his Under 16s campaign for Glenelg he averaged 21.8 disposals, 9.6 marks, and 2.8 goals a game as a key forward. The obvious drawbacks with Baldwin is the unknown area around if he will be the same player he was post injury, and how well his body will hold up in the long term. However due to his untapped raw potential and versatility he looks certain to be drafted but it is highly likely he won’t feature at AFL level next season as a club will look to build his body up and ease him into things.

Excellent work mate. A really good run down on each player. Much appreciated.

Gotta say after reading that Cox intrigues me massively . With his unicorn abilities and measurement I do wonder why he wouldn't be much higher rated than where we are drafting. . Seems like the kind of player scouts would drool over.

(Did anyone think he's looks like ex Dogs and Suns big head on a twig body Jarrad Grant when seeing the thumbnail on his highlights vid or just me ? 😂)
 

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I really like the look of Caleb Poulter.

Other than that, a KPD would be on my radar. Nik Cox certainly peaks my interest, his dad played a few games for the Dees in the 80s too. Other than that, Heath Chapman when I read this line - "Composed under pressure and with a sharp competitive edge". Basically the opposite of O Mac. Yes please.
 

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Cox's highlights are pretty ******* good also. Lovely skills for a bloke as tall as he is. Nice timing on marks.

No pressure, but his game, body, skill set reminds me a bit of Nat Fyfe at a similar age, just 10 CMS taller. Amazing versatility as is but put a body on him and he's massively unique. Would be too much for me to pass up on if he's there at 18

He definitely my number 1 out of the players I've come across so far. Would be stunned if he isn't a top 10 pick just off what I've seen and the upside alone.
 

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Watch Cox highlights from 2:34 ...Takes set shot with his right foot. In the very next clip from the same game further out he takes a set shot with his left. 😵😵😵😵

What a piss taking show off. Legendary. 😂👍
 

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First I've looked into the draft this year, and I still think we're likely to package picks to trade up, however having a read of this with 18,19 & 28 in mind, I really like the sound of Archie Perkins, Zach Reid, Oliver Henry, Heath Chapman, Nik Cox, Brayden Cook and Connor Downie.
 

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First I've looked into the draft this year, and I still think we're likely to package picks to trade up, however having a read of this with 18,19 & 28 in mind, I really like the sound of Archie Perkins, Zach Reid, Oliver Henry, Heath Chapman, Nik Cox, Brayden Cook and Connor Downie.
I like the idea of Taylor having a crack with those picks at a player/players that he rates and expects to come on but haven't had the chance to show the rest of the footy world because of covid this year
 

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"An announcement on the salary cap is expected either late this week or early next week. The AFL has consequently delayed by a week the first list lodgement by clubs to the AFL that was due to have been this Friday.

The list lodgement includes salary cap projections for next year so it would have been futile to request salary cap projections days before a revised salary cap and list size is confirmed."

 

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According to the saints board he was quite popular and alot of them wanted to keep him. Had ankle surgery this offseason and only played 2 games. Fell behind Higgins and Kent Butler etc.
 

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