Preview 2021 AFL National Draft

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King Corey

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Van Rooyen has been likened to Wayne Carey by Claremont colts coach Matt Angus, while Bazzo, the son of late WAFL great Steve, is coming off an 11-mark performance against the Falcons.
:oops:

Someone has gone there.

We've had comparisons to Boomer, Riewoldt, Dangerfield et al over the years.

Can't believe someone has swung for the fence with a Carey comparison though.
 

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Some snippets of Josh Sinn playing for Xavier in 2018 and 2019.

His explosive speed on show.


LOL, he's too slick for that company. Impressive left foot. Strikes me as one who will jumpo out of the box early.
 

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Seeing as this board is leaving no stone unturned regarding the 2020 pick 2 debate.

Let's assume for a moment we have a top 3 pick in 2021, what would the best combinations of pick 2 & top 3 pick next year be, if we were targeting the midfield?
 

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Seeing as this board is leaving no stone unturned regarding the 2020 pick 2 debate.

Let's assume for a moment we have a top 3 pick in 2021, what would the best combinations of pick 2 & top 3 pick next year be, if we were targeting the midfield?
Horne Sinn or Chesser will be f******* perfect
 

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Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Jase Burgoyne was a key influence this season in the Torrens University Cup U18 competition. Picture - Hannah Howard



By SANFL Media
SANFL has announced players selected for the 2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub, part of the new AFL Talent Pathway program.

The 50-player Academy will give South Australia’s most talented U18 and U17 males an opportunity to participate in an elite high-performance program which kicks off next month with a four-day training camp at Thebarton Oval.
SANFL U18s State Coach and Academy Manager Tony Bamford will lead the Talent Hub’s coaching panel, assisted by SANFL Head of Talent Brenton Phillips, Chris Smelt, Ben Kane, Ben Nelson and Jack Hannath.
The new talent program provides SA U17 and U19 State coaches and selectors an opportunity to assess the next crop of talent in South Australia ahead of next year’s AFL National Championships.
Speaking on SANFL Radio, Bamford said a second camp, also held at Thebarton Oval, will be conducted during the school holidays in January next year.



2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub - U18s

Name Club
Oscar Adams Glenelg
Zac Becker Sturt
Cooper Beecken Glenelg
Jason Burgoyne Eagles
Brayden Calvett Eagles
Lukas Cooke Eagles
Matt Dnistriansky Norwood
Arlo Draper South Adelaide
Isaiah Dudley Central District
Morgan Ferres Sturt
Cody Gilchrist Central District
Jason Horne South Adelaide
Declan Hortle Sturt
Jonte Hunter-Price Eagles
Hugh Jackson North Adelaide
Cade Kennedy West Adelaide
Hugo Kittel Sturt
Shay Linke Central District
Alastair Lord Norwood
Cooper Murley Norwood
Blayne O’Loughlin North Adelaide
Jarrod Parish Glenelg
Lewis Rayson Glenelg
Matt Roberts South Adelaide
Will Spain Sturt
Hugh Stagg Glenelg
Nasiah Wanganeen Glenelg
Jay Watson Eagles
Luca Whitelum Central District
James Willis North Adelaide

2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub - U17s

Shaun Bennier North Adelaide
Max Blacker North Adelaide
Fraser Bone West Adelaide
Oliver Britten-Jones Sturt
Hayden Brokensha Glenelg
Hunter Carter Eagles
Tyson Coe West Adelaide
Adam D’Aloia Eagles
Isaac Keeler North Adelaide
Harry Lemmey West Adelaide
Jaiden Magor South Adelaide
Austin McDonald Central District
Taj Rahui Norwood
Kobe Ryan West Adelaide
Nick Sadler Sturt
Lachlan Scannell Glenelg
Brodie Tuck Central District
Riley Verrall Norwood
Will Verrall South Adelaide
Tyson Walls Norwood
 

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Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Jase Burgoyne was a key influence this season in the Torrens University Cup U18 competition. Picture - Hannah Howard



By SANFL Media
SANFL has announced players selected for the 2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub, part of the new AFL Talent Pathway program.

The 50-player Academy will give South Australia’s most talented U18 and U17 males an opportunity to participate in an elite high-performance program which kicks off next month with a four-day training camp at Thebarton Oval.
SANFL U18s State Coach and Academy Manager Tony Bamford will lead the Talent Hub’s coaching panel, assisted by SANFL Head of Talent Brenton Phillips, Chris Smelt, Ben Kane, Ben Nelson and Jack Hannath.
The new talent program provides SA U17 and U19 State coaches and selectors an opportunity to assess the next crop of talent in South Australia ahead of next year’s AFL National Championships.
Speaking on SANFL Radio, Bamford said a second camp, also held at Thebarton Oval, will be conducted during the school holidays in January next year.



2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub - U18s

Name Club
Oscar Adams Glenelg
Zac Becker Sturt
Cooper Beecken Glenelg
Jason Burgoyne Eagles
Brayden Calvett Eagles
Lukas Cooke Eagles
Matt Dnistriansky Norwood
Arlo Draper South Adelaide
Isaiah Dudley Central District
Morgan Ferres Sturt
Cody Gilchrist Central District
Jason Horne South Adelaide
Declan Hortle Sturt
Jonte Hunter-Price Eagles
Hugh Jackson North Adelaide
Cade Kennedy West Adelaide
Hugo Kittel Sturt
Shay Linke Central District
Alastair Lord Norwood
Cooper Murley Norwood
Blayne O’Loughlin North Adelaide
Jarrod Parish Glenelg
Lewis Rayson Glenelg
Matt Roberts South Adelaide
Will Spain Sturt
Hugh Stagg Glenelg
Nasiah Wanganeen Glenelg
Jay Watson Eagles
Luca Whitelum Central District
James Willis North Adelaide

2021 SANFL Torrens University State Talent Hub - U17s

Shaun Bennier North Adelaide
Max Blacker North Adelaide
Fraser Bone West Adelaide
Oliver Britten-Jones Sturt
Hayden Brokensha Glenelg
Hunter Carter Eagles
Tyson Coe West Adelaide
Adam D’Aloia Eagles
Isaac Keeler North Adelaide
Harry Lemmey West Adelaide
Jaiden Magor South Adelaide
Austin McDonald Central District
Taj Rahui Norwood
Kobe Ryan West Adelaide
Nick Sadler Sturt
Lachlan Scannell Glenelg
Brodie Tuck Central District
Riley Verrall Norwood
Will Verrall South Adelaide
Tyson Walls Norwood
All of a sudden “Sydney Swans to gain priority access to SA Academy”
 

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