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Savage Kent

All Australian
Aug 1, 2015
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Hi Folks,

Was interested to see if there was interest in a draft game with the saints fans on bigfooty being assigned a team and selecting on their behalf. I organised a draft game a few years back (I believe in 2017). It was good fun but was put off at the time by an annoying poster, who shall remain nameless but think he's been largely moved on thanks to all your good work. This poster would DM me to push posters to hurry up their selections and also be pushy in the thread. Note that if said person messages me after this you will be blocked.

I digress but if you're interested reach out and I will assign you a team. Teams will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any suggestions on how this should be run I'm all ears. I will tag posters to the teams they've been assigned to.

Last time I took the saints and from memory I selected Clark, Bonar and Clavarino. Try not to hold Bonar and Clavarino against me. This time I'll be the recruiter for the tigers based on their draft haul.

Adelaide: sunny3193
Brisbane: L_W_P
Carlton: L_W_P
Collingwood: Savage Kent
Essendon: BrutThough
Fremantle: joydivision22
Geelong: SaintJunior
Gold Coast: Minga
GWS: Gresh_Magic
Hawthorn: BrutThough
Melbourne: Saint_Dos
North Melbourne: goodie23
Port Adelaide: Saint_Dos
Richmond: Savage Kent
St Kilda: Significant
Sydney: Ads734
West Coast: bird_man
Western Bulldogs: Savage Kent

PickClubPlayer
1CollingwoodNick Daicos
2North MelbourneJason Horne-Francis
3Greater Western SydneyFinn Callaghan
4Western BulldogsSam Darcy
5Gold CoastJosh Gibcus
6AdelaideBen Hobbs
7HawthornJosh Ward
8FremantleNeil Erasmus
9RichmondTyler Sonsie
10FremantleMatthew Johnson
11St KildaJosh Sinn
12West CoastJye Amiss
13EssendonJosh Rachele
14Port AdelaideNasiah Wanganeen-Milera
15Greater Western SydneyMac Andrew
16Brisbane LionsSam Butler
17RichmondJosh Goater
18SydneyDarcy Wilmot
19MelbourneCampbell Chesser
20Brisbane LionsMitchito Owens
21FremantleJacob Van Rooyen
22North MelbourneJesse Motlop
23HawthornArlo Draper
24GeelongToby Conway
25HawthornJudson Clarke
26St KildaMarcus Windhager
27CarltonMitchell Knevitt
28RichmondZac Taylor
29RichmondBlake Howes
30Greater Western SydneyJosh Fahey
31RichmondRhett Bazzo
32West CoastMatthew Roberts
33GeelongTom Brown
34SydneyLewis Rayson
35GeelongConnor MacDonald
36AdelaideJack Williams
37GeelongShay Linke
38West CoastCorey Warner
39MelbourneKai Lohmann
40SydneyJordan Lucak
41Brisbane LionsSam Banks
42North MelbourneLeek Alleer
43North MelbourneAlistair Lord
44MelbourneJosh Rentsch
45GeelongAngus Sheldrick
46EssendonBrady Hough
47Western BulldogsCooper Murley
48Western BulldogsCharlie Dean
49EssendonNed Long
50MelbourneTaj Woewodin
51HawthornLachlan Rankin
52Brisbane LionsCasey Voss
53FremantlePaul Curtis
54Port AdelaideKade Dittmar
55CarltonDante Visentini
56HawthornCharlie Molan
57West CoastHugh Jackson
58Gold CoastBohdi Uwland
59FremantleRonald Fejo Jr
60SydneyBlayne O'Loughlin
61Greater Western SydneyBlake Schlensog
62Greater Western SydneyCharlie Constable
63North MelbourneJackson Archer
64Port AdelaideHugh Stagg
65Port AdelaideSaxon Evans
66Port AdelaideJase Burgoyne
67AdelaidePass
68Brisbane LionsTyreece Leiu

The current draft picks for your reference:

Adelaide: 6, 36, 65
Brisbane: 16, 20, 41, 52, 66
Carlton: 26, 55
Collingwood: 1
Essendon: 13, 46, 49
Fremantle: 8, 10, 21, 53, 58
Geelong: 24, 33, 35, 37, 45
Gold Coast: 5
GWS: 3, 15, 30, 60, 61
Hawthorn: 7, 23, 25, 51, 56
Melbourne: 19, 39, 44, 50
North Melbourne: 2, 22, 42, 43, 62
Port Adelaide: 14, 54, 63, 64
Richmond: 9, 17, 28, 29, 31
St Kilda: 11, 26
Sydney: 18, 34, 40, 59
West Coast: 12, 32, 38, 57
Western Bulldogs: 4, 47, 48
 
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goodie23

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Yeah I've been trying to find the answer, it's not well explained, found it buried in this article:

Are there any other Next Generation Academy rules to be aware of?
The West Australian and South Australian clubs pushed for access to metropolitan Indigenous players to be added to their NGA zones and won approval for that two years ago in 2019.
Prior to that, West Coast, Fremantle, Adelaide and Port Adelaide had only had access to Indigenous players living in rural and remote areas. The AFL opened things up more in line with Victorian clubs' zoning, but put a caveat on that access, granting them rights to match a bid only after pick 40.
It means Fremantle, which has South Fremantle's Jesse Motlop in its Next Generation Academy this year, will only be able to match a bid on the small forward if it comes from pick 41 onwards.

 

Saint_Dos

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Yeah I've been trying to find the answer, it's not well explained, found it buried in this article:

Are there any other Next Generation Academy rules to be aware of?
The West Australian and South Australian clubs pushed for access to metropolitan Indigenous players to be added to their NGA zones and won approval for that two years ago in 2019.
Prior to that, West Coast, Fremantle, Adelaide and Port Adelaide had only had access to Indigenous players living in rural and remote areas. The AFL opened things up more in line with Victorian clubs' zoning, but put a caveat on that access, granting them rights to match a bid only after pick 40.
It means Fremantle, which has South Fremantle's Jesse Motlop in its Next Generation Academy this year, will only be able to match a bid on the small forward if it comes from pick 41 onwards.

Motlop is a member of Fremantle's Next Generation Academy but the Dockers will only get priority call on him if he slips out of the top-40 picks at the draft under rules applying to metropolitan Indigenous prospects.
 

SaintJunior

All Australian
Mar 13, 2014
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St Kilda
Threw around a few names here.

Could really go anyway given the age demographic of the list we basically just need to get young talent in for the future given we have loaded up for a shot.

But one area that has been a weakness basically since Brad Ottens is ruck. Stanley and Ceglar can cover the now but need an up and coming ruck.

With pick 24 we select Toby Conway from the Geelong Falcons

204cm and 90kg

Local lad

Great family cousin of Paddy and Tom McCartin so no issues with him making his own bed.

Love how competitive he is in the air and at ground level.

Back to you BrutThough
 

BrutThough

Brownlow Medallist
Oct 2, 2010
14,413
53,350
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St Kilda
With pick 25, Hawthorn will select Judson Clarke.

After adding 2 mids with earlier picks, Hawthorn have decided to go with an exciting small forward to boost the front half. Clarks speed, clean hands and finishing skills will instantly add to the Hawks developing group, plus he has the ability to run up on the wing and accumulate.


L_W_P your turn with Carlton's first pick.
 

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Savage Kent

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Aug 1, 2015
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Out of curiosity I looked back at the draft game from 2017. Some interesting observations. First thing to standout was that Naughton was a steal at pick 21 while Sam Taylor slid to the 40s and Starcevich to the late 60s.

Also interesting to see which non academy players ended up at the actual club they were picked in this draft game. Cerra ended up at Freo but with pick 2 instead of 5. I got Clark and Clavarino but don't know if it's worth boasting about Clav.

Non academy who went to the actual club picked in this game Cerra, Stephenson, Richards, Balta, Petrucelle, Spargo, Ainsworth but in different draft, Fritsch and Meek.

Summary of the saints haul of Bonar, Clark, Clavarino and Jackson Ross. From my memory I really bought into the Bonar hype that was being generated at the time.

1 Brisbane Lions - Luke Davies-Uniacke
2 Fremantle - Adam Cerra
3 Carlton - Cameron Rayner
4 North Melbourne - Paddy Dow
5 Fremantle - Darcy Fogarty
6 Collingwood - Jaiydn Stephenson
7 St Kilda - Aiden Bonar
8 St Kilda - Hunter Clark
9 Western Bulldogs - Andrew Brayshaw
10 Carlton - Nicholas Coffield
11 Greater Western Sydney - Jack Higgins
12 Adelaide - Lochie O'Brien
13 West Coast - Charlie Constable
14 Sydney - Jarrod Brander
15 Brisbane Lions - Nathan Murphy
16 Western Bulldogs - Ed Richards
17 Richmond - Noah Balta
18 Brisbane Lions - Matthew Ling
19 Gold Coast - Hamish Brayshaw
20 Richmond - Oscar Allen
21 West Coast - Aaron Naughton
22 Geelong - Sam Hayes
23 North Melbourne - Joel Garner
24 Geelong - Zac Bailey
25 Richmond - Tim Kelly
26 Richmond - Patrick Naish (Father-Son Bid Matched)
27 West Coast - James Worpel
28 Greater Western Sydney - Charlie Ballard
29 Greater Western Sydney - Tom De Koning
30 Melbourne - Lachie Fogarty
31 Carlton - Harrison Petty
32 Melbourne - Ryley Stoddart
33 West Coast - Jack Petruccelle
34 Sydney - Will Walker
35 Brisbane Lions - Connor Ballenden (Academy Bid Matched)
36 St Kilda - Oscar Clavarino
37 Geelong - Jordan Houlihan
38 Melbourne - Charlie Spargo
39 West Coast - Brayden Ainsworth
40 Collingwood - Hayden MacLean
41 Adelaide - Jackson Edwards
42 Brisbane Lions - Jack Payne (Academy Bid Matched)
43 Gold Coast - Sam Taylor
44 Fremantle - Dylan Moore
45 Hawthorn - Kyron Hayden
46 St Kilda - Jackson Ross
47 Port Adelaide - Brayden Crossley (Academy Bid Not Matched)
48 Melbourne - Bayley Fritsch
49 Essendon - Gryan Miers
50 Port Adelaide - Liam Ryan
51 Gold Coast - Trent Mynott
52 Sydney - Ben Patton
53 Brisbane Lions - Oskar Baker
54 Gold Coast - Adam Sambono
55 Collingwood - Cassidy Parish
56 Greater Western Sydney - Ethan Floyd
57 Geelong - Nicholas Shipley
58 Port Adelaide - Brandon Zerk-Thatcher
59 Fremantle - Lloyd Meek
60 Brisbane Lions - Pass
61 Collingwood - Charlie Thompson
62 Port Adelaide - Callan England
63 Port Adelaide - Haiden Schloithe
64 North Melbourne - Jordan Johnston
65 Greater Western Sydney - Pass
66 Fremantle - Aiden Domic
67 Brisbane Lions - Pass
68 Essendon - Andrew McPherson
69 Hawthorn - Brandon Starcevich
70 West Coast - Tyler Brown
71 Collingwood - Pass
72 Fremantle - Ben Miller
73 Geelong - Tom McCartin
74 Carlton - Jonty Scharenberg
75 Richmond - Marty Hore
76 Hawthorn - Sam Collins
77 Gold Coast - Angus Styles
78 Adelaide - Alex Keath (Rookie Upgrade)
79 North Melbourne - Toby Wooller
80 Fremantle - Jordon Butts
81 Collingwood - Pass
82 Hawthorn - Billy Hartung
83 Western Bulldogs - Brent Daniels
84 Fremantle - Alex Federico
85 Melbourne - Pass
86 Essendon - Jake Patmore
87 Port Adelaide - Pass
88 West Coast - Gordon Narrier
89 Sydney - Mathew Day
90 Greater Western Sydney - Pass
91 Geelong - Stewart Crameri
92 North Melbourne - Pass
93 Richmond - Pass
94 Brisbane Lions - Pass
95 Gold Coast - Ben Lennon
96 Port Adelaide - Pass
97 North Melbourne - Pass
98 Fremantle - Ryan Nyhuis (Rookie Upgrade)
99 Collingwood - Pass
100 Hawthorn - Pass
101 St Kilda - Pass
102 Western Bulldogs - Pay
103 Melbourne - Pass
104 Essendon - Jake Long
105 Port Adelaide - Pass
106 West Coast - Tom North
107 Sydney - Pass
108 Greater Western Sydney - Pass
109 Geelong - Pass
110 Adelaide - Pass
 

L_W_P

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 23, 2009
10,779
17,627
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St Kilda
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Using yhe inside knowledge gained from our new senior assistant in Aaron Hamill, Carlton will bid on Saints NGA Marcus Windhager.

Significant to confirm.
 

L_W_P

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Sep 23, 2009
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St Kilda
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Wouldn't mind a bid on the Giants Josh Fahey but we already have enough HBF options at the Blues.

For as good as our young squad is, we need more midfield depth.

So with pick 27 we select:

Mitch Knevitt

Midfielder
193cm/81kg
8/1/03
Geelong Falcons/Vic Country

Knevitt's last game of the season for the Falcons was a good, lasting reminder of his talents as a big-bodied midfielder. The Geelong Falcon powered his way to 36 disposals, 10 marks, eight inside-50s and a goal in a best-on-ground showing against Bendigo. It captured everything that Knevitt presents as a taller, stronger midfield option, with the 18-year-old averaging 24 disposals across a consistent NAB League season.
 

Savage Kent

All Australian
Aug 1, 2015
652
1,520
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St Kilda
With pick 28 Richmond select Zac Taylor.

Astute pick up. A combination of sublime kicking and ball winning ability, Taylor represents good value at pick 28.

With pick 29 Richmond select Blake Howes.

Tall mid/fwd who possesses impressive athleticism. The modern prototype who can play mid and forward. An exciting prospect with a load of potential.

With pick 30 Richmond bid on Josh Fahey. Gresh_Magic will you be matching the bid?
 

Gresh_Magic

All hail the King!
Sep 22, 2013
24,226
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St Kilda
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With pick 28 Richmond select Zac Taylor.

Astute pick up. A combination of sublime kicking and ball winning ability, Taylor represents good value at pick 28.

With pick 29 Richmond select Blake Howes.

Tall mid/fwd who possesses impressive athleticism. The modern prototype who can play mid and forward. An exciting prospect with a load of potential.

With pick 30 Richmond bid on Josh Fahey. Gresh_Magic will you be matching the bid?
GWS will match the bid for Josh Fahey
 

Savage Kent

All Australian
Aug 1, 2015
652
1,520
AFL Club
St Kilda
With pick 31 Richmond select Rhett Bazzo.

Tigers looking for a long term key defender and Bazzo fits the bill. Tall renowned for his intercept marking, good size and can shutdown key forwards. He can also go forward. Tigers have done well with key defenders from WA in the past.

Plus the added bonus is fans can call him Bozzo if he makes stupid decisions on or off the field.

bird_man over to you.
 

SaintJunior

All Australian
Mar 13, 2014
617
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With pick 33 Geelong select Tom Brown from the Murray Bushrangers.

Son of Paul and brother of Millie.

Athletic intercepting half back good foot skills and excellent leap and speed
 

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