List Mgmt. Carlton's 2020 Draft Thread

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HARKER

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Grainger-Barras would be a wonderful get at our pick. Looks a special player. Weiterings partner in crime for 10 years.
It's not easy projecting how some of last years stand-outs may have fared this year.
It's a lot more of a lucky dip than usual for the obvious reasons.

This is what Knightmare sees/saw of DGB. Those first two points are a bit of a worry; Weaknesses: Endurance, production, size and strength.
 

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gandaal

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It's not easy projecting how some of last years stand-outs may have fared this year.
It's a lot more of a lucky dip than usual for the obvious reasons.

This is what Knightmare sees/saw of DGB. Those first two points are a bit of a worry; Weaknesses: Endurance, production, size and strength.
195cm so size and strength isnt a huge issue unless you want your 18 year olds like Kieran Collins. Endurance can be built upon and its far from the most important attribute for a KD. He's also playing consistant senior WAFL which is pretty amazing for a young key defender and suggests that he's physically ready to play against men regardless.

Production? Again he's a key defender so its not the most important thing but he played on the number 1 draft pick in the WAFL seniors this year and gathered 17 disposals which is pretty good.
 

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Jimmae

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I think we'll keep it, trade or split out second to get Saad if he nominates. If Kelly or Merrett is available, then we consider trading.

On draft night, we'll trade down for value until our targets are in range.
 

DirkDiggler

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I think we'll keep it, trade or split out second to get Saad if he nominates. If Kelly or Merrett is available, then we consider trading.

On draft night, we'll trade down for value until our targets are in range.
If true that we are chasing Merrett, a Merrett Saad combo for our first and a second or third rounder coming back our way may suit our needs better than picking up a first rounder in a compromised draft.
 

ABigOlDoofus

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That gets said a lot here but he is uncontracted and was picked up by them for their second round pick in the early thirties.They aren't in a position to negotiate hard should he choose us as his preferred club
That's all well and good for Saad, but what about Merrett? He's easily worth a first and I dare say * will be asking for two.
 

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