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giantroo

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DesertRoo

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I got no beef with you Kosh! But I'm trying to figure out the sudden growth spurts in athletes from places like Spain and the like.
What have I got to do with cycling, i don’t even know how to ride a bike…
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SonofSamsquanch

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Hojuman

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Love the chart at the top of this page.

Souup ? Who do you think will still be available at our 2nd pick at 56 ?


2021 Port - Dante Visentini
2020 North - Eddie Mazda
2019 * - Ned Cahill
2018 Melb - Marty Hoare
2017 Giants - Zac Langgdon
2016 Saints - Edward Phillips
2015 Swans - Jordan Dawson
2014 Port - Dougal Howard
2013 Hawks - James Sicily
2012 North - Dan Currie
2011 Giants Tom Downie
 
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Shinboner1

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Culley for me if he survives past WC pick; best availablefor the worst team in the league. Then go big and grab a tall defender with the 2nd pick. Piss Tom Lynch off the list.
 

ferball

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Love the chart at the top of this page.

Souup ? Who do you think will still be available at our 2nd pick at 56 ?


2021 Port - Dante Visentini
2020 North - Eddie Mazda
2019 * - Ned Cahill
2018 Melb - Marty Hoare
2017 Giants - Zac Langgdon
2016 Saints - Edward Phillips
2015 Swans - Jordan Dawson
2014 Port - Dougal Howard
2013 Hawks - Jame Sicily
2012 North - Dan Currie
2011 Giants Tom Downie
There are some okay players there.
 

the Ziebull

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If Ashcroft doesn’t nom lions would be hard to pass up even though he’s another mid

He’s ready made and accumulates probably better than anyone we have but would make TT more forward
Love the chart at the top of this page.

Souup ? Who do you think will still be available at our 2nd pick at 56 ?


2021 Port - Dante Visentini
2020 North - Eddie Mazda
2019 * - Ned Cahill
2018 Melb - Marty Hoare
2017 Giants - Zac Langgdon
2016 Saints - Edward Phillips
2015 Swans - Jordan Dawson
2014 Port - Dougal Howard
2013 Hawks - Jame Sicily
2012 North - Dan Currie
2011 Giants Tom Downie
That pick will be used to match cooper Harvey bid
 

Souup

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Love the chart at the top of this page.

Souup ? Who do you think will still be available at our 2nd pick at 56 ?


2021 Port - Dante Visentini
2020 North - Eddie Mazda
2019 * - Ned Cahill
2018 Melb - Marty Hoare
2017 Giants - Zac Langgdon
2016 Saints - Edward Phillips
2015 Swans - Jordan Dawson
2014 Port - Dougal Howard
2013 Hawks - James Sicily
2012 North - Dan Currie
2011 Giants Tom Downie
Not sure if you're joking but I'll give an answer anyway. From this far out it's almost impossible to say who'll slip through but if we want to keep trying with those underrated Western Jets small forwards then Matthew Payne is likely to be around at 56.

174cm small forward.

2.889 20m sprint (7th in the NAB League testing)
7.900 agility (3rd in NAB League testing)

Shown some nice flashes but needs to bring some more consistent forward pressure. He's kicked 1.2, 2.2, 2.2 and 1.0 this year.

Another one is Euriah Hollard. Overager for the Geelong Falcons but has probably been the best performing small forward in the NAB League this year

174cm small forward
Averaging 16 touches, 3 tackles and has kicked 2.3, 2.0, 3.1, 1.2 and 1.1 in his 5 games.

Played a little more as that high half forward than a stay at home forward. Works really hard and uses it well on either foot.

I've deliberately picked 2 small forwards because I think that's a position we should focus on and you can usually take late flyer on one that can hit every so often.
 

Hojuman

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Not sure if you're joking but I'll give an answer anyway. From this far out it's almost impossible to say who'll slip through but if we want to keep trying with those underrated Western Jets small forwards then Matthew Payne is likely to be around at 56.

174cm small forward.

2.889 20m sprint (7th in the NAB League testing)
7.900 agility (3rd in NAB League testing)

Shown some nice flashes but needs to bring some more consistent forward pressure. He's kicked 1.2, 2.2, 2.2 and 1.0 this year.

Another one is Euriah Hollard. Overager for the Geelong Falcons but has probably been the best performing small forward in the NAB League this year

174cm small forward
Averaging 16 touches, 3 tackles and has kicked 2.3, 2.0, 3.1, 1.2 and 1.1 in his 5 games.

Played a little more as that high half forward than a stay at home forward. Works really hard and uses it well on either foot.

I've deliberately picked 2 small forwards because I think that's a position we should focus on and you can usually take late flyer on one that can hit every so often.


I started it out as a joke, but as Ferb's pointed out, some decent names there.
 

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Magnets

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Not sure if you're joking but I'll give an answer anyway. From this far out it's almost impossible to say who'll slip through but if we want to keep trying with those underrated Western Jets small forwards then Matthew Payne is likely to be around at 56.

174cm small forward.

2.889 20m sprint (7th in the NAB League testing)
7.900 agility (3rd in NAB League testing)

Shown some nice flashes but needs to bring some more consistent forward pressure. He's kicked 1.2, 2.2, 2.2 and 1.0 this year.

Another one is Euriah Hollard. Overager for the Geelong Falcons but has probably been the best performing small forward in the NAB League this year

174cm small forward
Averaging 16 touches, 3 tackles and has kicked 2.3, 2.0, 3.1, 1.2 and 1.1 in his 5 games.

Played a little more as that high half forward than a stay at home forward. Works really hard and uses it well on either foot.

I've deliberately picked 2 small forwards because I think that's a position we should focus on and you can usually take late flyer on one that can hit every so often.
Hi Souup,
I asked on another forum about Albury's best chances for being drafted this year with no respons. After having two picked up in last years MSD, Euriah Hollard, Ryan Eyers and Toby Murray seem the areas best chances over all being selected in the young guns games. How did they play, and what are your thoughts on their chances?
 

Petro

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May 10, 2021
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Does anyone know if there is a website or app that tracks APS player stats? Interested in checking in on Cooper Harvey’s numbers week to week.
 

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