Teams 2021 SuperCoach Draft

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BennyGan

Club Legend
Jan 15, 2019
1,287
2,004
AFL Club
Geelong
if theres anyone thats serious about doing a draft this year and is looking for a league I may a some spots open in my league, feel free to message me
 

American Doggie

Debutant
Feb 28, 2019
59
90
Tallahassee, Florida
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Other Teams
Atlanta Braves, Blue Jackets NHL
What's the thoughts of having a SC Draft League next year ......how popular is it, and would the demand be there ?

Happy to have feedback :)
I'd love to be apart of it, especially if it's a long-term format (either keeper/dynasty or just the same folks getting together every year). I started an all-USA league this year (that's been harder to fill than I thought it'd be) but I doubt it'll be a raging success so I'll be down to help start something we can rely on every year!
 

WaynesWorld19

Moderator
Nov 6, 2003
92,456
108,002
Melbourne
AFL Club
Adelaide
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West Adelaide
great idea id be in.
im also lookng for a league if anyones starting one
Look in the Other League thread ....think there's few who will be seeking players

 

buttox

Norm Smith Medallist
May 20, 2009
6,132
8,967
coburg
AFL Club
North Melbourne

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Sammoll

All Australian
Apr 9, 2015
768
2,150
AFL Club
Carlton
Other Teams
Melbourne City FC, Southampton FC
Just playing around with my Draft team and wondering who you guys think would be better. Luke Breust or Jack Higgins?
 

American Doggie

Debutant
Feb 28, 2019
59
90
Tallahassee, Florida
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Other Teams
Atlanta Braves, Blue Jackets NHL
Hey all - looking for one more person to fill out my league. Was hoping to find only Americans (either born & raised or currently living in the states) but fear I won’t find a final player in time.

If anyone is interested in claiming the last spot, hit me up (12 team league, 15 players, 24-hour draft clock that starts in the next 8 hours)
 

Ingy

Premiership Player
Nov 5, 2014
4,030
5,895
AFL Club
Collingwood
Are there any draft leagues around looking for another coach? Wouldn't mind a crack at the format this year
 

Honeyboy Wilson

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 26, 2008
7,256
7,263
Adelaide
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
So who are everyone's late-round forward prospects? My draft is tonight and the forward pool is shallow. I don't wanna load up early on mediocre scoring forwards and miss out on premium mids, but I also don't want to be left with absolute dregs in the later rounds. Tricky balancing act!

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A Bit Dusty

2017🏆2019🏆2020🏆
Oct 6, 2017
3,439
7,941
AFL Club
Richmond
So who are everyone's late-round forward prospects? My draft is tonight and the forward pool is shallow. I don't wanna load up early on mediocre scoring forwards and miss out on premium mids, but I also don't want to be left with absolute dregs in the later rounds. Tricky balancing act!

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Look at players like Tom Atkins even Peter Wright you will probably get very late.
 

Guardian Hawk

Premiership Player
Oct 16, 2003
3,237
4,297
Murrumbeena
AFL Club
Hawthorn
So who are everyone's late-round forward prospects? My draft is tonight and the forward pool is shallow. I don't wanna load up early on mediocre scoring forwards and miss out on premium mids, but I also don't want to be left with absolute dregs in the later rounds. Tricky balancing act!

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Yes, this worries me also. Doing my first SC draft tonight and not really sure the strategy to take as all but a handful of forwards look atrocious. I'm in an 8 team league with 4-5-1-4-5 format. If I look at the 28th - 32nd best forwards (i.e. the last on field forwards - F4), the approx average of those players is 75.

Conversely, if I look at the 35th -40th best mids (i.e. the last on field mids - M5), the approx average is 97 (with plenty of good, proven players still available).

As such, there is a real temptation to fill F1-F4 as early as possible and pick M3-M5 as the last on field picks in the draft and still get guys avering 95-100 that are left over. That's a 20 point bonus over picking the guys at F3/F4 who will average 75.

Then the question becomes, how much points do you sacrifice picking forwards earlier over gun mids. I'm not sure (as I said first time) but I think if you are only losing 5-8 points on average (i.e. Dunkley 104 over a mid that averages 110), then you will make it back at the end of the draft.
 

general5

Draftee
Feb 19, 2019
5
3
SE Melbourne
AFL Club
Sydney
Would love to join in a Draft league before tomorrow!!
Otherwise I could create one with the draft either being tonight or tomorrow morning?
Would be good to get about 8-10 supercoaches involved

Let me know folks
 

general5

Draftee
Feb 19, 2019
5
3
SE Melbourne
AFL Club
Sydney
Would love to join in a Draft league before tomorrow!!
Otherwise I could create one with the draft either being tonight or tomorrow morning?
Would be good to get about 8-10 supercoaches involved

Let me know folks
 

brentman

Team Captain
Sep 10, 2014
437
149
AFL Club
Sydney
Other Teams
Newcastle United
Yes, this worries me also. Doing my first SC draft tonight and not really sure the strategy to take as all but a handful of forwards look atrocious. I'm in an 8 team league with 4-5-1-4-5 format. If I look at the 28th - 32nd best forwards (i.e. the last on field forwards - F4), the approx average of those players is 75.

Conversely, if I look at the 35th -40th best mids (i.e. the last on field mids - M5), the approx average is 97 (with plenty of good, proven players still available).

As such, there is a real temptation to fill F1-F4 as early as possible and pick M3-M5 as the last on field picks in the draft and still get guys avering 95-100 that are left over. That's a 20 point bonus over picking the guys at F3/F4 who will average 75.

Then the question becomes, how much points do you sacrifice picking forwards earlier over gun mids. I'm not sure (as I said first time) but I think if you are only losing 5-8 points on average (i.e. Dunkley 104 over a mid that averages 110), then you will make it back at the end of the draft.
you need/needed to check out www.tooserious.net - what you are describing is value based drafting and it is definitely the best way to go about it. I used a similar strategy to you.
 

JuniorWatch

Club Legend
Jun 13, 2016
1,628
4,934
AFL Club
Essendon
Draft question:
If I have a FWD who doesn't play, will his score be replaced by a bench player even if there is no FWD on the bench?
 

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