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VitalDread

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Hello all,

Since we are now getting close to the trade period and the draft.

Thought it would be best to create this thread to separate the main thread

Edit: updated with players invited to draft combine

VIC METRO (32 invitees)

Braden Andrews (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 189cm, 83kg)

Finn Callaghan (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 189cm, 82kg)

Anthony Caminiti (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 196cm, 83kg)

Luke Cleary (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 189cm, 80kg)


Paul Curtis (Western Jets/Vic Metro, 183cm, 73kg)

Nick Daicos (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 183cm, 72kg)

Sam Darcy (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 197cm, 73kg)

Charlie Dean (Williamstown VFL, 195cm, 86kg)

Ben De Bolfo (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 188.9cm, 86kg)

Youseph Dib (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 174cm, 76kg)

Joel Fitzgerald (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 187cm, 77.5kg)

Felix Flockart (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 202cm, 80kg)

Josh Goater (Calder Cannons/Vic Metro, 190cm, 79kg)

Blake Howes (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 190cm, 79kg)

Tyreece Leiu (Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 194cm, 93kg)

Caleb Lewis (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 196cm, 86kg)


Ned Long (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 193.3cm, 93.3kg)

Luke Nankervis (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 189cm, 76kg)

Mitch Owens (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 190cm, 85kg)

Sam Paea (Calder Cannons/Vic Metro, 194cm, 94kg)

Corey Preston (Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 181cm, 76kg)

Lachie Rankin (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 182cm, 68kg)

Jed Rule (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 191cm, 79kg)

Josh Sinn (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 186cm, 72kg)

Jake Soligo (Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 179cm, 80kg)

Tyler Sonsie (Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 181cm, 77kg)

Zac Taylor (Calder Cannons/Vic Metro, 180cm, 74kg)

Dante Visentini (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 201cm, 88kg)


Josh Ward (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 181.4cm, 79.1kg)

Darcy Wilmot (Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 182.8cm, 75kg)

Marcus Windhager (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 183cm, 82kg)

Karl Worner (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 188cm, 78kg)

WESTERN AUSTRALIA (26 invitees)

Jye Amiss (East Perth/Western Australia, 195cm, 85kg)

Rhett Bazzo (Swan Districts/Western Australia, 195cm, 79kg)

Eric Benning (Claremont/Western Australia, 196cm, 83kg)

Josh Browne (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 185cm, 78kg)

Josh Cripps (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 197cm, 94kg)

Kade Dittmar (East Perth/Western Australia, 185cm, 86kg)

Neil Erasmus (Subiaco/Western Australia, 189cm, 82kg)


Richard Farmer (Subiaco/Western Australia, 175cm, 72kg)

Kaden Harbour (East Perth/Western Australia, 177cm, 78kg)

Brady Hough (Peel Thunder/Western Australia, 189cm, 74kg)

Matt Johnson (Subiaco/Western Australia, 192cm, 82kg)

Judd Mcvee (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 182cm, 72kg)

Jesse Motlop (South Fremantle/Western Australia, 176cm, 75kg)

Lochlan Paton (West Perth/Western Australia, 181cm, 76kg)

Noah Pegoraro (West Perth/Western Australia, 194cm, 88kg)

Luke Polson (Peel Thunder/Western Australia, 195cm, 94kg)

Ethan Regan (East Perth/Western Australia, 191cm, 80kg)

Angus Sheldrick (Claremont/Western Australia, 179cm, 88kg)

Jake South (Subiaco/Western Australia, 196cm, 90kg)


Jahmal Stretch (Claremont/Western Australia, 181cm, 62kg)

James Tunstill (East Perth/Western Australia, 185cm, 76kg)

Jacob Van Rooyen (Claremont/Western Australia, 193cm, 91kg)

Corey Warner (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 181cm, 73kg)

Bryce Watson (Swan Districts/Western Australia, 182cm, 71kg)

Jack Williams (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 194cm, 95kg)

Taj Woewodin (East Fremantle/Western Australia, 183cm, 77kg)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA (25 invitees)

Oscar Adams (Glenelg/South Australia, 198cm, 85kg)

Leek Alleer (Central Districts/South Australia, 196cm, 84kg)

Zac Becker (Sturt/South Australia, 190cm, 92kg)

Cooper Beecken (Glenelg/South Australia, 190cm, 75kg)


Isaac Birt (South Adelaide/South Australia, 182cm, 71kg)

Jase Burgoyne (Woodville-West Torrens/South Australia, 186cm, 65kg)

Lukas Cooke (Woodville-West Torrens/South Australia, 195cm, 83kg)

Arlo Draper (South Adelaide/South Australia, 185cm, 76kg)

Isaiah Dudley (Central District/South Australia, 166cm, 69kg)

Morgan Ferres (Sturt/South Australia, 190cm, 80kg)

Harvey Harrison (North Adelaide/South Australia, 181cm, 71kg)

Jason Horne-Francis (South Adelaide/South Australia, 184cm, 81kg)

Hugh Jackson (North Adelaide/South Australia, 182cm, 71kg)

Shay Linke (Central Districts/South Australia, 191cm, 78kg)

Alastair Lord (Norwood/South Australia, 180cm, 76kg)

Jordan Lukac (Woodville West Torrens/South Australia, 196cm, 89kg)


Cooper Murley (Norwood/South Australia, 180cm, 71kg)

Blayne O’Loughlin (North Adelaide/South Australia, 173cm, 71kg)

Lewis Rayson (Glenelg/South Australia, 183cm, 69kg)

Matt Roberts (South Adelaide/South Australia, 184cm, 80kg)

Will Spain (Sturt/South Australia, 178cm, 69kg)

Hugh Stagg (Glenelg/South Australia, 179cm, 81kg)

Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (Glenelg/South Australia, 188cm, 70kg)

Luca Whitelum (Central Districts/South Australia, 188cm, 79kg)

James Willis (North Adelaide/South Australia, 183cm, 79kg)

VIC COUNTRY (23 invitees)

Mac Andrew (Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 200cm, 70kg)

Jamieson Ballantyne (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 183cm, 79kg)


Miller Bergman (Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 188cm, 65kg)

Sam Breuer (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 183cm, 80kg)

Tom Brown (Murray Bushrangers/Vic Country, 186cm, 71kg)

Sam Butler (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 184cm, 73kg)

Campbell Chesser (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Country, 186cm, 83kg)

Judson Clarke (Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 179cm, 69kg)

Toby Conway (Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 204cm, 90kg)

Justin Davies (Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 194cm, 92kg)

Josh Gibcus (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 195cm, 84kg)

Cooper Hamilton (Bendigo Pioneers/Vic Country, 182cm, 86kg)

Ben Hobbs (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 183cm, 80kg)

Mitchell Knevitt (Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 181cm, 77kg)


Kai Lohmann (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 185cm, 76kg)

Connor MacDonald (Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 184cm, 77kg)

Charlie Molan (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 186cm, 83kg)

Oscar Morrison (Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 193cm, 86kg)

Joshua Rachele (Murray Bushrangers/Vic Country, 180cm, 78kg)

Josh Rentsch (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 197cm, 100kg)

Jai Serong (Gippsland Power/Vic Country, 192cm, 80kg)

Hamish Sinnott (GWV Rebels/Vic Country, 185cm, 65kg)

Cooper Whyte (Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 181cm, 73kg)

NSW-ACT (5 invitees)

Angus Anderson (Sydney Swans Academy/NSW-ACT, 188cm, 85kg)

Ryan Eyers (Murray Bushrangers/NSW-ACT, 197cm, 80kg)


Josh Fahey (GWS Giants Academy/NSW-ACT, 187cm, 77kg)

Harrison Grintell (GWS Giants Academy/NSW-ACT, 175cm, 71kg)

Patrick Voss (Oakleigh Chargers/NSW-ACT, 194cm, 91kg)

NORTHERN TERRITORY (3 invitees)

Andy Moniz-Wakefield (NT Thunder/Northern Territory, 180cm, 73kg)

Ned Stevens (NT Thunder/Gold Coast Academy/Northern Territory, 196cm, 85kg)

Ronald Fejo Jnr (West Adelaide/Northern Territory/South Australia, 178cm, 70kg)

QUEENSLAND (3 invitees)

William Bella (Gold Coast Academy/Queensland, 196cm, 95kg)

Austin Harris (Gold Coast Academy/Queensland, 178cm, 70kg)

Bodhi Uwland (Gold Coast Academy/Queensland, 187cm, 88kg)

TASMANIA (3 invitees)


Sam Banks (Tasmania/Tasmania, 186.5cm, 73kg)

Baker Smith (Clarence/Tasmania, 194.3cm, 81.2kg)

Will Splann (North Hobart/Tasmania, 195cm, 90kg)
 
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA
- Jordan Pinto

Blayne O’Loughlin (North Adelaide)
The Crows NGA prospect was South Australia’s best, setting up his side from the back-half to finish with 22 disposals and a game-high 137 Champion Data ranking points. O’Loughlin’s kicking was outstanding – short and long – and he continually cut through WA’s defence, rolling quickly onto his damaging left-foot. He ran hard from defence and his hands were clean in tight, often setting his fellow defenders free. And, like he has been challenged to be for most of the year, the 171cm O’Loughlin was sound defensively.

Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (Glenelg)
He had 15 disposals – like he did in game one – but Wanganeen-Milera again showed he doesn’t need to find much of the footy to have a big impact. The 188cm, who glides across the ground, is incredibly well-balanced, dancing around the opposition to find a teammate on both feet.

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Isaiah Dudley finishes brilliantly on the run against WA. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos

Isaiah Dudley finishes brilliantly on the run against WA. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos
Isaiah Dudley (Central District)
After a quiet opening game, Dudley, another member of Adelaide’s Academy, reminded recruiters of his undeniable talent on Saturday. He booted three crucial second-half goals, two of them after finding space inside-50 and one a brilliant finish on the run after two bounces. Dudley was involved in eight of SA’s 14 scoring chains and impressed with his ability to weave out of trouble at ground level and find a teammate.

Adam D’Aloia (Eagles)
It’s been a big fortnight for the bottom-age midfielder, who isn’t eligible to be drafted this year. Fresh off a best-on-ground performance for the Eagles in the under-18 grand final, the 184cm D’Aloia won the first possession of the day and finished 21 disposals, 12 contested possessions, eight groundball-gets and 135 ranking points. The 17-year-old’s hands at the contest were a treat to watch.

Shay Linke (Central District)
The tall midfielder was an emergency for the first under-19 challenge game, but Linke showed why he’s garnered plenty of interest this year on Saturday. As he’s done for Central District, Linke spilt his time between the forward line and midfield, finding plenty of footy in space and making terrific decisions by hand in tight. On two occasions, Linke turned the ball over but showed his toughness to win the ball back immediately.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
- Dan Batten

Matthew Johnson was named Western Australia’s best in the curtain raiser. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos

Matthew Johnson was named Western Australia’s best in the curtain raiser. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos
Matthew Johnson (Subiaco)
Continued his strong second half of the season with a best on ground display, spending more time on the inside and tallying 21 disposals, seven tackles and five clearances. The well-rounded 191cm midfielder could have added a couple of goals to his name, missing a few gettable shots, but redeemed himself with a deft handball to set up the winning goal.

Jacob van Rooyen (Claremont)
After standing tall in defence with three contested marks, van Rooyen was swung forward at the death and won the game for his side by coolly slotting the go-ahead goal in the final minute. His versatility, overhead prowess and ability to stand up in big moments has boosted his standing in the past month.

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Small forward Arthur Jones celebrates his eye-catching goal against SA. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos

Small forward Arthur Jones celebrates his eye-catching goal against SA. Picture: Dylan Burns/AFL Photos
Arthur Jones (Claremont)
Jones announced himself with two cracking finishes: the goal of the day on the run from 50m featuring a blistering run up the middle, and a clever soccer off the ground in congestion to give him two majors to halftime. The speedy small forward finished with 15 touches in an eye-catching display, also impressing with his foot skills.

Jackson Broadbent (Peel Thunder)
At just 16 years of age, the 202cm talent was thrown in the deep as WA’s number one ruckman and shone brightly, covering the ground well and showcasing his pinpoint kicking – a rare trait for a prospect his size. Broadbent finished with 16 disposals (83 per cent kicking efficiency), 12 hitouts and 93 ranking points and is one to watch next year, having already featured at WAFL level for Peel Thunder in three matches this season.
 

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#52 Luke Nankervis

Nankervis has filled a number of roles this season, including across a half-forward flank and on the wing, but spent more time in the midfield against the Rebels. His willingness to take the game on really benefitted the Dragons forwards, who thrived upon the quick ball movement. An athletic mover who looks to have plenty of upside and room for development left in him, Nankervis was impressive one-on-one and had some nice moments in congestion, where his quick hands initiated some meaningful drive from the stoppages.

#52 Luke Nankervis

Playing as a high half-forward for much of the day, Nankervis was often the link player for the Dragons between the arcs using his 189cm frame and his athleticism to provide a threat both in the air and on the ground. He also spent time at stoppages but looked his best in open space in one-on-one situations. He took six marks for the game and his 18 disposals were mostly efficient, showing a propensity for either side of his body. His pressure game as a forward and around stoppages was just as good, laying a whopping 12 tackles despite his side’s control of the game.

#14 Luke Nankervis (Sandringham Dragons)
189cm/76kg | 25/05/2003 | Wing/Forward


Splitting his game time between the wing and the half-forward role as he does in the NAB League, Nankervis had some nice moments throughout the game, bringing his usual strengths with his leap, speed and marking particularly impressive. It’s been noted before that his ability to keep his hands free in tackles and contests is outstanding. It led to him getting some free kicks as the game went on, as opponents tried to get the ball out of his hands, pushing him in the back or getting him high in the process. He was the first link in a fourth quarter chain of play that led to a Metro goal, taking a high-leaping contested mark and then kicking it in front of a teammate to run onto. He showed defensive accountability as well throughout the game, running hard for tackles and spoils even when it wasn’t in his area.
 

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Literally for no other reason than the more Bailey's the better.

 

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Really like the look of Darcy Wilmot. Youngest in the draft but is very hard, quick and skilful. Can’t see him not making it, plays with a real urgency.


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#52 Luke Nankervis

Nankervis has filled a number of roles this season, including across a half-forward flank and on the wing, but spent more time in the midfield against the Rebels. His willingness to take the game on really benefitted the Dragons forwards, who thrived upon the quick ball movement. An athletic mover who looks to have plenty of upside and room for development left in him, Nankervis was impressive one-on-one and had some nice moments in congestion, where his quick hands initiated some meaningful drive from the stoppages.

#52 Luke Nankervis

Playing as a high half-forward for much of the day, Nankervis was often the link player for the Dragons between the arcs using his 189cm frame and his athleticism to provide a threat both in the air and on the ground. He also spent time at stoppages but looked his best in open space in one-on-one situations. He took six marks for the game and his 18 disposals were mostly efficient, showing a propensity for either side of his body. His pressure game as a forward and around stoppages was just as good, laying a whopping 12 tackles despite his side’s control of the game.

#14 Luke Nankervis (Sandringham Dragons)
189cm/76kg | 25/05/2003 | Wing/Forward


Splitting his game time between the wing and the half-forward role as he does in the NAB League, Nankervis had some nice moments throughout the game, bringing his usual strengths with his leap, speed and marking particularly impressive. It’s been noted before that his ability to keep his hands free in tackles and contests is outstanding. It led to him getting some free kicks as the game went on, as opponents tried to get the ball out of his hands, pushing him in the back or getting him high in the process. He was the first link in a fourth quarter chain of play that led to a Metro goal, taking a high-leaping contested mark and then kicking it in front of a teammate to run onto. He showed defensive accountability as well throughout the game, running hard for tackles and spoils even when it wasn’t in his area.
Hey, you leave him to GWS buddy :p
 

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Wonder whether we will pick up Raak or MacPherson.
I think both have shown a bit, especially when you consider Raak was on the mid-season draft radar.
I expect at AFL level he's no KPD but a medium sized interceptor but most clubs have room for one in their backline.

I think MacPherson could be a small defender, although he has played in the midfield as a junior,. His brother Darcy does the defensive stuff well and is a good tackler.
 

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I think both have shown a bit, especially when you consider Raak was on the mid-season draft radar.
I expect at AFL level he's no KPD but a medium sized interceptor but most clubs have room for one in their backline.

I think MacPherson could be a small defender, although he has played in the midfield as a junior,. His brother Darcy does the defensive stuff well and is a good tackler.
We could do with someone who could take over Duryea's role in the future, maybe Macpherson could grow into that. I can see Raak and Khamis competing for Wood's spot.
 

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We could do with someone who could take over Duryea's role in the future, maybe Macpherson could grow into that. I can see Raak and Khamis competing for Wood's spot.
Duryea and Ewan are the same height too (179cm)
Darcy is only 174cm! I didn't realise we was so short
 

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Matt Eagles had a good year in the VFL.
 

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Anyone think Toby Conway could be the developmental ruck we have been looking for? Would love to trade back into the draft after a Darcy bid to grab him
 

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