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Analysis Best & Worst Top 10 Draft Picks Per Draft Number

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  1. 00Stinger

    00Stinger Duel Group 1 winner

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    I remember seeing an interview after the 2004 draft where Tambling said he was disappointed as he felt like he should have been the number 1 pick.

    Talk about wanker

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  2. 00Stinger

    00Stinger Duel Group 1 winner

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    strange comment since he won 2 norm smith medals.

    Could argue St Kilda would have won a premiership if Reiwolt didnt go missing in grand finals

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    That it boils down to VFL output shows it’s a rather pointless distinction. Thorp had the better talent, which IMO makes him the better pick. Unlike Dowler, he wasn’t moved on for lack of ability and post-AFL, Thorp’s state level form almost had him back in contention for an AFL club. Just my opinion.
     
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    And 3 of those didn’t come through TAC Cup system. Make of that what you will.
     
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    eastfreo75 Norm Smith Medallist

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    I do think TAC are overrated especially from Melbourne metro.

    They tend have great coaching, highest recruiter to player ratio and easier to monitor.
     
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