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Nov 7, 2017
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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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Swiggy

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Oct 9, 2014
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I only count one of those as a genuinely good KPF prospect.

JVR is probably best suited to playing as a third tall defender at AFL level. I believe he would struggle playing forward.

I believe it’s long odds Williams makes it at afl level.
Interesting thoughts on Williams I think he differently has the tools to make it at AFL level
 

Bennie the Nurse

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Dec 9, 2010
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Port Adelaide
Pick 70 Jase Burgoyne
Height: 185cm Wgt: 64kg

Reasoning: On a needs basis I would like a ruck here but I dont feel I can justify any that remain on the table. Decided to go with Burgoyne because although light and very outside, I always thing the combination of good agility, a bit of speed and generally good kicking skills can be made to work in a range of positions.

There are a couple of others I have around this mark, so will see if Arr0w takes either.
Burgoyne will be bid on / matched by Port prior to this……… they are keen to bring him in as F/S.
 

Moppey

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Oct 24, 2020
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A great read and good fun.

What i dont get is people have GWS trading out of what is basically the fourth pick in the nd.

Here we have other clubs trading in to try and get that pick yet GWS will just trade it out!!!!!

Im not really with the thinking. They have pick 4 and it will go on most likely Callaghan and with their second pick which is currently pick 13? they can address the so called list weakness.

Its like people are saying they are desperate for talls when its just not true. They are not that desperate that they will give up a pick, a pick every one wants because they know a gun will be there.

Cmon heres a list of their talls and remember there is supposed to be a tall draft coming next year and they are not in such bad shape that they cant wait.

KPF: Himmelberg, Hogan, Sproule. and Ricciardi.Sproule is mature backup and Riccardi is a promising junior. If they want another there is a chance one of Amiss or JV-R gets to their second pick.

KPD: Taylor, Haynes, Davis, Keefe, Stein, Buckley, Idun. Again i think the eyes are going to get picked out of the mids and Andrew or Gibcus or even at a stretch they could reach for Bazzo here having taken potentially the best mid in the draft. Its not a short term need there is depth.

Ruck : Preuss, Flynn 24yr , Briggs 22yr.Maybe they will look at a mature ruckman somewhere.

Can do a very similar exercise for gcs as well. They could do with a mature ruckman as cover for Witts in the ruck. Imo they could do with a quality KPF but that could be resolved if Lukosius goes fwd.

Key Defenders Imo they have two real good solid citizens holding down the key posts in Ballard and Collins and Lukosius currently plays back there.

If thompson gets on the park he is great cover for injury in the short term and Burgess is a genuine swingman. They are not desperate and there is no reason why they cant wait till next year.

One area that is light on in Numbers is midfield i count just 12 genuine mids on gcs list and at their pick there are plenty of rated good ones available to em.
 

GWS Goose

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 14, 2011
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A great read and good fun.

What i dont get is people have GWS trading out of what is basically the fourth pick in the nd.

Here we have other clubs trading in to try and get that pick yet GWS will just trade it out!!!!!

Im not really with the thinking. They have pick 4 and it will go on most likely Callaghan and with their second pick which is currently pick 13? they can address the so called list weakness.

Its like people are saying they are desperate for talls when its just not true. They are not that desperate that they will give up a pick, a pick every one wants because they know a gun will be there.

Cmon heres a list of their talls and remember there is supposed to be a tall draft coming next year and they are not in such bad shape that they cant wait.

KPF: Himmelberg, Hogan, Sproule. and Ricciardi.Sproule is mature backup and Riccardi is a promising junior. If they want another there is a chance one of Amiss or JV-R gets to their second pick.

KPD: Taylor, Haynes, Davis, Keefe, Stein, Buckley, Idun. Again i think the eyes are going to get picked out of the mids and Andrew or Gibcus or even at a stretch they could reach for Bazzo here having taken potentially the best mid in the draft. Its not a short term need there is depth.

Ruck : Preuss, Flynn 24yr , Briggs 22yr.Maybe they will look at a mature ruckman somewhere.

Can do a very similar exercise for gcs as well. They could do with a mature ruckman as cover for Witts in the ruck. Imo they could do with a quality KPF but that could be resolved if Lukosius goes fwd.

Key Defenders Imo they have two real good solid citizens holding down the key posts in Ballard and Collins and Lukosius currently plays back there.

If thompson gets on the park he is great cover for injury in the short term and Burgess is a genuine swingman. They are not desperate and there is no reason why they cant wait till next year.

One area that is light on in Numbers is midfield i count just 12 genuine mids on gcs list and at their pick there are plenty of rated good ones available to em.
I agree totally with this.
 

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