Competitions AFC Board Draft Game 2019/20 Main Competition Thread - Now with Poll!

Should the draft extend beyond 30 rounds?


  • Total voters
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May 24, 2006
56,581
98,027
Car 55
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Redbacks, Sturt, Liverpool, Arizona
Team Name: Harper's Bizarre

Team

F Jordan De Goey | Eric Hipwood | Nick Blakey
HF Bailey Dale | Peter Wright | Michael Walters
C Zac Fisher | Touk Miller | Tarryn Thomas
HB Andrew McGrath | Darcy Moore | Nathan Wilson
B Tom Langdon | Michael Hurley | Neville Jetta
1R Rowan Marshall | Dyson Heppell | Marc Murphy
INT Orazio Fantasia | Caleb Marchbank | Stephen Hill | Bailey Williams
EMERG Kamdyn McIntosh | Jimmy Webster | Ian Hill | David Mundy

SUPP. LIST Kade Kolodjashnij | Jake Waterman | Billy Gowers | Nathan Brown

These are the players I'm most worried about:

Jordan De Goey - will he play 22 games at full fitness?
Eric Hipwood - will he jump to the next level or continue to be a promising young forward who shows glimpses?
Nick Blakey - second year blues or rare talent?
Bailey Dale - was his back end of 2019 a false dawn like Chris Knights' second half of 2009? Or has he arrived?
Peter Wright - will 'Ozmodiar' finally deliver on the potential only I can see? Will the Suns get the ball across the halfway line this season?
Rowan Marshall - have St Kilda pulled out a bonehead multi-ruck trade like the moron Power did with Lycett that will stuff up their structure and destroy Marshall's progress?
Dyson Heppell - will we hear the term "moon boot" used in the same sentence as "Dyson Heppell" this season?
Marc Murphy - the cliff... is this the year he falls off it?
Orazio Fantasia - seems like he's mentally checked out of Essendon. Phone it in or desperately try to impress suitors for a big pay day?
 
May 24, 2006
56,581
98,027
Car 55
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Redbacks, Sturt, Liverpool, Arizona
Pick 42 - Tim Taranto (GWS)



With our third round selection, United Galactic are pleased to welcome gun young midfielder Tim Taranto. Strong in the ways of the Jedi, Taranto refuses to have clouded judgement, and was one of the only players to bother showing up in GWS' humiliating defeat at the hands of Richmond in the Grand Final.

A breakout star of the competition, the 21 year old averaged 27 touches, 5 clearances and 6 tackles in the 2019 season. He won GWS best and fairest too
Out for first half of the season, shoulder reconstruction :(
 

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