Opinion 2020 Draft Watch #2 (picks 1, 8, 20, 29, 44, 50, 60, 74) - finalised 10/10/20

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Oct 30 – Nov 6: AFL Free Agency Period
November 4 – 12: AFL Trade Period
November 20: List Lodgment 1
November 27: List Lodgment 2
November 30: AFL Draft Nominations close
w/c December 7: NAB AFL Draft and Rookie Draft (exact date to be confirmed in due course)
Mid-December: Final List Lodgment & TPP estimates​

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Disco Fox

Oct 7, 2020
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So when we get pick 2 I think we should take TT and Hollands.
So, on SEN this morning they claim Crows & Saints have struck a deal to hopefully result in Crows getting Pick 2 for Crouch. They were going to pay BC $550,000, but have bumped it to over $700,000. Saints get Crouch + late draft choices. Crows take two Saints players(reportedly Luke Dunstan & Jimmy Webster) which gives the Saints the salary cap relief they would need to pay Crouch the increased salary. Luke Dunstan is a mid who's played 103 games, is 25 & originally played for the Eagles in SA. Webster is a defender who's played 93 games & is 27. If this is true I would like to hear my fellow posters opinions on this. Does it mean that Crows will delist at least a further 2 players or by giving those late draft picks(doesn't say how many) will they not need to. Surely it would only be max of 2 late picks that crows would give to Saints. I await your thoughts - oh, or do we think that the AFL won't play ball due to their ability to "massage" the formula for compensation.

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