One positive for Khoury (and anyone else left off the combine invite list) is it's going to be a longer draft. My count right now, based on available list spots (with a few assumptions), is an 81 pick draft with 46 of those being Victorian teams. Unless something incredibly strange happens, one of those will be Ransom, so call it 45. That could be entirely players from the combine list, but there's quite a few players on that list that also seem like long-shots to get drafted.Realistically though [Khoury's] best bet was to get prelisted like we saw with Deed, Barbakos, Anthony, so unfortunately it seems more unlikely than likely, especially without a combine invite
From memory, I think the most NAB League players to get drafted in one year is 27. Teams are either going to have to go deeper there, draft more VFLW players (a lot of whom have already been pre-listed) or delisted AFLW players, which many teams could sign right now if they're good enough. I think the top end of the NAB League talent this year is better than most years, but how do you feel about the depth relative to other seasons? I've seen a lot less of the lower ranked teams. I don't really have an opinion on any of the Pios, for instance, other than ODD.