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PMBangers

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Pick 1 - North Melbourne - Jason Horne-Francis
Pick 2 - Western Bulldogs MATCHED BID - Sam Darcy
Pick 3 - Collingwood MATCHED BID - Nick Daicos
Pick 4 - GWS - Josh Gibcus
Pick 5 - Gold Coast Suns - Neil Erasmus
Pick 6 - Adelaide - Finn Callaghan
Pick 7 - Hawthorn - Ben Hobbs
Pick 8 - Fremantle - Josh Rachele
Pick 9 - Richmond - Josh Ward
Pick 10 - Fremantle - Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera
Pick 11 - St Kilda - Matthew Johnson
Pick 12 - West Coast - Josh Goater
Pick 13 - Essendon - Tyler Sonsie
Pick 14 - Port Adelaide - Josh Sinn
Pick 15 - GWS - Mac Andrew
Pick 16 - Brisbane - Jye Amiss
Pick 17 - Richmond - Jacob Van Rooyen
Pick 18 - Sydney - Darcy Wilmot
Pick 19 - Melbourne - Campbell Chesser
Pick 20 - Brisbane - Mitch Owens

Pick 21 - Fremantle - Mitch Knevitt

Pick 22 - North Melbourne - Tom Brown
Pick 23 - Hawthorn - Rhett Bazzo
Pick 24 - GWS Giants MATCHED BID - Josh Fahey
Pick 25 - Geelong - Arlo Draper
Pick 26 - Hawthorn - Conor Macdonald
Pick 27 - Carlton - Angus Sheldrick
Pick 28 - Richmond - Zac Taylor
Pick 29 - Richmond - Cooper Murley

Pick 30 - Richmond - Blake Howes
Pick 31 - West Coast Eagles - Toby Conway
Pick 32 - Geelong - Sam Butler
Pick 33 - Sydney - Ned Long
Pick 34 - Geelong - Leek Alleer
Pick 35 - Adelaide - Matty Roberts
Pick 36 - Geelong - Brady Hough
Pick 37 - West Coast Eagles - Jesse Motlop

Pick 38 - Melbourne - Judson Clarke
Pick 39 - Sydney - Paul Curtis

Pick 40 - Brisbane - Alastair Lord
Pick 41 - North Melbourne - Jack Williams
Pick 42 - North Melbourne - Arthur Jones
Pick 43 - Melbourne - Charlie Molan
Pick 44 - Collingwood - Kai Lohmann
Pick 45 - Geelong - Kade Dittmar
Pick 46 - Essendon - Shay Linke
Pick 47 - Brisbane - Hugh Jackson
Pick 48 - Collingwood - Taj Woewodin
Pick 49 - Essendon - Corey Warner
Pick 50 - Melbourne - Youseph Dib
Pick 51 - Collingwood - Lachlan Rankin

Pick 52 - Hawthorn - Joshua Browne
Pick 53 - Brisbane - Miller Bergman
Pick 54 - Fremantle - Anthony Caminiti
Pick 55 - St Kilda - Bailey Rogers
Pick 56 - Port Adelaide - Sam Breuer
Pick 57 - Carlton - Luke Polson
Pick 58 - Western Bulldogs (Darcy bid residual points) - Morgan Ferres
Pick 59 - Hawthorn - Jake Soligo
Pick 60 - St Kilda - Jack Avery
Pick 61 - St Kilda - Charlie Dean
Pick 62 - West Coast - James Tunstill
Pick 63 - Fremantle - Eric Benning
Pick 64 - Sydney - Justin Davies
Pick 65 - North Melbourne - Sam Banks
Pick 66 - Port Adelaide - Harvey Harrison
Pick 67 - Port Adelaide - Oscar Adams
Pick 68 - Adelaide - Jordan Lukac
Pick 69 - Brisbane - Marcus Windhager

(Selections to meet minimum of 3 criteria) note: this is for the phantom only, in the real draft rookie upgrades and such will happen to meet the minimum criteria

Pick 70 - Gold Coast Suns - Jase Burgoyne
Pick 71 - Carlton - Isaac Birt
Pick 72 - Gold Coast Suns - Ethan Regan
Pick 73 - Western Bulldogs (Darcy bid residual pick) - Luke Nankervis
Pick 74 - Western Bulldogs (Darcy bid residual pick) - Hugh Stagg
Pick 75 - Western Bulldogs (Darcy bid residual pick) - Dante Visentini
Pick 78 - GWS (list spots left after Fahey bid) - Ronald Fejo Jnr

Rookie Draft (1 Round for fun xx)
RD Pick 1 - North Melbourne - Jahmal Stretch
RD Pick 2 - Collingwood - Lukas Cooke
RD Pick 3 - Gold Coast Suns - Max Chipper
RD Pick 4 - Adelaide - James Willis
RD Pick 5 - Hawthorn - Toby Murray
RD Pick 6 - Carlton - Mani Liddy
RD Pick 7 - Richmond - Lewis Rayson
RD Pick 8 - Fremantle - Luca Whitelum
RD Pick 9 - St Kilda - Blake Schlensog
RD Pick 10 - West Coast Eagles - Lochie Paton
RD Pick 11 - Essendon - Dylan Landt
RD Pick 12 - Sydney
RD Pick 13 - GWS - Corey Preston
RD Pick 14 - Brisbane - Oscar Morrison
RD Pick 15 - Geelong - Kaden Harbour
RD Pick 16 - Port Adelaide - Zavier Maher
RD Pick 17 - Western Bulldogs - Zac Becker
RD Pick 18 - Melbourne - Jamieson Ballantyne

Bids in more detail
Pick 2 - GWS bid on Sam Darcy - (Requires 2014 points to match, Dogs use 23, 43, 44, 45, 52. Gain 2, 60)
Pick 3 - GWS bid on Nick Daicos - (Requires 1787 to match, Pies use 36, 38, 40, 43. Gain 3 [pretty sure this is about bang on])
Pick 24 - Geelong bid on Josh Fahey - (Requires 690 to match, GWS use 46 and 65. Gain 24. 200-odd point deficit)
 
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PMBangers

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Rookie Draft Pick 1 - Jahmal Stretch New

giantroo

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Sep 23, 2005
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So..... to kick off the Rookie draft....

I select...



#1 - Jahmal Stretch – Small forward - 178cm/62kg. - Claremont/ Western Australia


X-Factor and in spades. Jahmal is another excitement machine that can turn it on in a matter of minutes. He possesses a big leap with marking power and can kick goals from just about anywhere in the forward 50. His tackling pressure has been great this season as he averaged 3.4 tackles per game. He is a true small forward and has drawn comparisons to West Coast’s Liam Ryan. It’s a position North has struggled to fulfil since the early days of Lindsay Thomas and Matt Campbell and I was happy to take Jahmal and pair him with the earlier selection of Arthur Jones.

Pie 4 Life
 
Rookie Draft Pick 2 - Lukas Cooke New

Pie 4 Life

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I’ll edit it fully later but to keep the draft moving…

Pick 2 - Collingwood - Lukas Cooke (WWT Eagles/South Australia)

A mobile key forward, good developing prospect and perfect for the rookie draft.

Ysaye
 

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Ysaye

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Pick 3 - Max Chipper
Swan Districts
Height 182cm Weight 72kg

Reasoning: Fairly prolific midfielder in the WAFL Colts with reasonable attributes to play wing / flanks, he could be a useful player. Did consider Gorringe and McVee, but there are plenty of those types of players out there, whereas the possession numbers is what sold me.

Thunderstruck
 
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Ysaye

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Finn Gorringe is a player I like, interested to see if he is on anyone's radar?
Yes I tossed around with the idea of taking him with the last three picks, but I liked Burgoyne better as a HBF type and then also Max Chipper gave me more of a range of options, if more vanilla and maybe not getting the same level of hard working than Gorringe.
 

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Rookie Draft Pick 5 - Toby Murray New

Davo-27

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pick 5 - Hawthorn - Toby Murray - Murray Bushrangers - 198cm 80kg

athletic tall project KPF/Ruck, i have liked the small sample i have seen of him, i think he is a good rookie option because if he develops over the next few years could be a very worthwhile investment.

i was also considering James Willis before he was picked and Cooper Hamilton, but decided Toby Murray was a good option as a forw/ruck for us as i went midfield heavy in the ND.

Arr0w you're up
 
Rookie Draft Pick 7 - Lewis Rayson New

Smythe

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PICK 7 - Richmond Tigers - LEWIS RAYSON - 181cm 75 kg - DEF/WING

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Cannot believe this kid was still here, and i was originally hoping Fejo JNR lasted till here (wishful thinking :rolleyes: damn you PMBangers).
A few good ones left on the board, and a few that came into consideration before i realised that Lewis was still available were Lochlan Paton, Noah Pegoraro, Max Walton, Karl Worner, and Mitch Cox.

But in the end i couldn't believe that Lewis was still available. He is easily in the top 5 of the entire draft crop if we were rating them on disposal efficiency and foot skills.
He is also very agile and quick, and his production numbers are outstanding.
He has a very small gap between his low numbers and high numbers as his output is a model of consistency. He never dipped below 20 disposals and averaged 26.7 disposals, 6.6 marks and 4.7 inside 50s in 14 Under 18 matches, as well as holding his own in 2 reserves matches this year.
He is a very good decision maker and intercept marker as well as displaying his leadership qualities throughout every match he plays in.
He was named in the best for SA in both matches against WA, the second of which, he captained the side due to JHF playing in the league Prelim for South Adelaide.
He is a meters gained type of player using his speedy dash from the back-line and exceptional disposal skills to deliver the ball forward with surgeon like passes or a beautiful long bomb that hits its target out in front.

Fremantle is up next with Chris25
 
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Rookie Draft Pick 8 - Luca Whitelum New

Chris25

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Highest rated player I have left is Cooper Beecken, the question is can he play up on a wing or is half back his home. And I’m not going to take a defender for Fremantle. Which is why I’m also not taking Bryce Watson who I think is a very underrated prospect…

#8 Fremantle - Luca Whitelum (188cm, 77kg from SA)

Medium sized forward who split his time between school football and U18s before making his reserves debut in time for finals. His prelim final was particularly good, arguably his teams best. He’s a good height, takes plenty of marks and has the athletic ability you want in the position. He’s still learning the half forward role, having played more as a taller target at school level. But there’s enough to take a good look at.

Knightmare and Saints.
 

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