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Carbine Chaos

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ROUND ONE

1
Collingwood (matched bid) - Nick Daicos (MID, Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 183cm/72kg)
2 North Melbourne - Jason Horne-Francis (MID/FWD, South Adelaide/South Australia, 185cm/81kg)
3 Hawthorn (trade GWS) - Finn Callaghan (MID - Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 189cm/82kg)
4 Western Bulldogs (matched bid) - Sam Darcy (RUCK/KPF - Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 204cm/75kg)
5 GWS (trade WCE Suns) - Neil Erasmus (MID/FWD - Subiaco/Western Australia, 190cm/82kg)
6 Adelaide - Josh Goater (MID/UTL - Calder Cannons/Vic Metro, 190cm/79kg)
7 West Coast (trade GWS Suns) - Matthew Johnson (MID, Subiaco/Western Australia, 192cm/81kg)
8 Fremantle - Josh Rachele (FWD/MID, Murray Bushrangers/Vic Country, 180cm/78kg)
9 Richmond - Ben Hobbs (MID, Greater Western Victoria Rebels/Vic Country, 183cm/80kg)
10 Richmond (trade Fremantle) - Josh Gibcus (KPD, Greater Western Victoria Rebels/Vic Country, 196cm/87kg)
11 St Kilda - Josh Ward (MID, Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 181cm/79kg)
12 Gold Coast (trade WCE GWS) - Tyler Sonsie (MID, Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 181cm/77kg)
13 Essendon - Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (MID, Glenelg/South Australia, 187cm/71kg)
14 Port Adelaide - Arlo Draper (UTL, South Adelaide/South Australia, 186cm/75kg)
15 West Coast (trade GWS Suns) - Angus Sheldrick (MID, Claremont/Western Australia, 179cm/88kg)
16 Brisbane - Mac Andrew (RUC, Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 200cm/70kg)
17 Fremantle (trade Richmond) - Jacob Van Rooyen (KPF/KPD, Claremont/Western Australia, 193cm/91kg)
18 Sydney - Mitch Knevitt (MID/FWD, Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 193cm/81kg)
19 Melbourne - Jye Amiss (KPF, East Perth/Western Australia, 196cm/83kg)
20 Brisbane - Josh Sinn (DEF/MID, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 186cm/73kg)


ROUND TWO

21
Fremantle - Leek Alleer (KPD, Central District/South Australia, 195cm/84kg)
22 North Melbourne - Rhett Bazzo (KPD/KPF, Swan Districts/Western Australia, 195cm/81kg)
23 Hawthorn - Jesse Motlop (FWD/MID, South Fremantle/Western Australia, 177cm/77kg)
24 Geelong - Campbell Chesser (MID/DEF, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Country, 186cm/83kg)
25 Geelong (trade) - Toby Conway (RUC, Geelong Falcons/Vic Country, 205cm/97kg)
26 Hawthorn (trade West Coast) - Zac Taylor (MID/FWD, Calder Cannons/Vic Metro, 180cm/74kg)
27 Melbourne (trade Carlton) - Michito Owens (MID/FWD, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 190cm/85kg)
28 Fremantle (trade Richmond) - Darcy Wilmot (DEF, Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 183cm/75kg)
29 GWS (matched bid) - Josh Fahey (DEF, GWS Academy, 186cm/76kg)
30 Richmond - Tom Brown (DEF, Murray Bushrangers/Vic Country, 186cm/74kg)
31 Richmond - Jack Williams (KPF, East Fremantle/Western Australia, 195cm/93kg)
32 Brisbane (trade Gold Coast) - Sam Butler (FWD/MID, Greater Western Victoria Rebels/Vic Country, 184cm/76kg)
33 Sydney - Matthew Roberts (MID/FWD, South Adelaide/South Australia, 183cm/81kg)
34 Geelong - Connor MacDonald (MID, Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 184cm/77kg)
35 Adelaide (trade) - Judson Clarke (FWD/MID, Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 180cm/70kg)
36 Geelong - Blake Howes (FWD/MID, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 190cm/79kg)
37 Carlton (trade Melbourne) - Marcus Windhager (MID/FWD, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 183cm/82kg)


ROUND THREE

38
Carlton (trade Melbourne) - Cooper Murley (MID/FWD, Norwood/South Australia, 178cm/70kg)
39 Sydney - Brady Hough (UTL, Peel Thunder/Western Australia, 189cm/71kg)
40 Brisbane (trade Gold Coast) - Arthur Jones (MID/FWD, Claremont/Western Australia, 178cm/60kg)
41 North Melbourne - Sam Banks (MID/DEF, Tasmania Devils/Tasmania, 187cm/73kg)
42 Western Bulldogs - Kade Dittmar (MID, East Perth/Western Australia, 186cm/90kg)
43 Essendon - Paul Curtis (FWD, Western Jets/Vic Metro, 183cm/73kg)
44 Western Bulldogs - Sam Skinner (KPD, South Adelaide, 198cm/100kg)
45 West Coast (trade Hawthorn) - Luke Polson (KPF, Peel Thunder/Western Australia, 196cm/92kg)
46 Hawthorn (trade Essendon) - Bailey Rogers (MID, Claremont, 185cm/85kg)
47 GWS - Joshua Clarke (DEF, Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 183cm/77kg)


ROUND FOUR

48
West Coast (trade Hawthorn) - James Tunstill (MID, East Perth/Western Australia, 185cm/74kg)
49 Gold Coast (trade Brisbane) - Josh Browne (MID, East Fremantle/Western Australia, 185cm/77kg)
50 Fremantle - Taj Woewodin (MID, East Fremantle/Western Australia, 182cm/77kg)
51 St Kilda - Lachlan Rankin (UTL, Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 182cm/70kg)
52 Port Adelaide - Ned Long (MID, Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 192cm/88kg)
53 Melbourne (trade Carlton) - Charlie Molan (UTL, Greater Western Victoria/Vic Country, 186cm/83kg)
54 GWS (trade Hawthorn) - Corey Warner (MID, East Fremantle/Western Australia, 182cm/74kg)
55 St Kilda - Hugh Stagg (MID/FWD, Glenelg/South Australia, 180cm/79kg)
56 St Kilda - Blake Schlensog (KPP/RUC, South Fremantle, 199cm/99kg)
57 West Coast - Jack Avery (DEF/MID, Perth/Western Australia, 190cm/83kg)
58 Fremantle - Kai Lohmann (FWD, Greater Western Victoria/Vic Country, 185cm/76kg)
59 Sydney - Ronald Fejo Jnr (MID/FWD, West Adelaide/Northern Territory-Allies, 178cm/70kg)
60 North Melbourne - Youseph Dib (UTL, Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro, 174cm/76kg)
61 Port Adelaide - Lewis Rayson (DEF/MID, Glenelg/South Australia, 181cm/75kg)
62 Western Bulldogs - Richard Farmer (MID/FWD, Subiaco/Western Australia, 173cm/71kg)
63 Port Adelaide - Charlie Dean (KPD, Williamstown, 195cm/86kg)
64 Adelaide - Hugh Jackson (MID, North Adelaide/South Australia, 181cm/70kg)
65 Gold Coast (trade Brisbane) - Shay Linke (FWD/MID, Central District/South Australia, 190cm/79kg)


ROUND FIVE

66
North Melbourne - PASS
67 Collingwood - Jake Soligo (MID/FWD, Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro, 179cm/80kg)
68 Collingwood - Eric Benning (KPF, Carlton/Western Australia, 196cm/85kg)
69 Collingwood - Jase Burgoyne (MID/FWD, Woodville-West Torrens/South Australia, 185cm/65kg)
70 Adelaide - Jordan Lukac (KPF/RUC, Woodville-West Torrens/South Australia, 196cm/89kg)
71 Hawthorn - Matt Hammelmann (KPF, Aspley, 197cm/88kg)
72 Carlton - Blayne O'Loughlin (DEF, North Adelaide/South Australia, 171cm/74kg)
73 Richmond - Alastair Lord (DEF/MID, Norwood/South Australia, 180cm/76kg)
74 Fremantle - Josh Cripps (RUC/KPF, East Fremantle/Western Australia, 199cm/94kg)
75 St Kilda - Patrick Voss (UTL, GWS Academy/Oakleigh Chargers, 192cm/84kg)
76 Essendon (trade Hawthorn) - Miller Bergman (UTL, Dandenong Stingrays/Vic Country, 188cm/65kg)
77 Essendon - Luke Nankervis (FWD, Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro, 189cm/76kg)
78 Sydney - Noah Pegoraro (KPD, West Perth, 194cm/88kg)
79 GWS - PASS
80 Brisbane - Jamieson Ballantyne (MID, Greater Western Victoria Rebels/Vic Country, 183cm/79kg)
81 Geelong - Oscar Adams (KPD/RUC, Glenelg/South Australia, 198cm/85kg)
82 Port Adelaide - Luke Strnadica (RUC, East Fremantle, 203cm/103kg)
83 Western Bulldogs - PASS
84 Melbourne - Anthony Caminiti (KPF, Northern Knights/Vic Metro, 196cm/83kg)
 
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daddy_4_eyes

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I only suggested as I clearly got the Pies, and all I've had to do so far is match a bid, then wait until last again to pick at the draft carcass. Few other clubs similar.
Probably shouldn't have matched Daicos bid and just enjoyed your participation in the draft.
Between the pick swaps & our lack of knowledge how clubs rate players, this mock draft isn't the slightest reflection on the real world.
 

Monocle

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I only suggested as I clearly got the Pies, and all I've had to do so far is match a bid, then wait until last again to pick at the draft carcass. Few other clubs similar.
Still some gooduns on the board and you being Vic based would know these guys better than most on the WC Board.

That said it been a long wait for you .
 

Carbine Chaos

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I only suggested as I clearly got the Pies, and all I've had to do so far is match a bid, then wait until last again to pick at the draft carcass. Few other clubs similar.
That's fair - ultimately we may have been better to have combined a few teams so everyone could be a bit more involved. If someone runs a second one before draft day may be something to consider. :)
 

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AsterixTheGaul

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I only suggested as I clearly got the Pies, and all I've had to do so far is match a bid, then wait until last again to pick at the draft carcass. Few other clubs similar.
Good news for you with de Goey - you may have another list spot opening up so pick carefully.

I think we need to add a personality profile for all Collingwood recruits!
 

Eastcoasteagle

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Probably shouldn't have matched Daicos bid and just enjoyed your participation in the draft.
Between the pick swaps & our lack of knowledge how clubs rate players, this mock draft isn't the slightest reflection on the real world.
I wanted to, but thought I better not ruin the draft.
 

AsterixTheGaul

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Anyone left you like mate?

Also...The rest of you hurry up. I want my pick 71!!!
I suspect you are just going to try and prove a point to the Pieman that midfielders are easy to pick. Callaghan, Taylor and Rogers.

There again, this is clearly a midfielder draft so doing the exercise demonstrates that we can allocate 3 good picks to the midfield and re-stock pretty quickly.
 

ArdentEagle

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I suspect you are just going to try and prove a point to the Pieman that midfielders are easy to pick. Callaghan, Taylor and Rogers.

There again, this is clearly a midfielder draft so doing the exercise demonstrates that we can allocate 3 good picks to the midfield and re-stock pretty quickly.
100% agreed and very exciting. I just hope no major curve balls are thrown.

In regards to my picks. I went to the Hawks board to sound out what their needs were player wise. Dynamic mids, mid forwards and highly skilled forwards were what theu were after. Who knows, i might have a tall lined up pick my last pick too 😉
 

mattyc75

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Pick 59
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Ronald fejo jr
Having picked some inside leaning mids earlier and with blake schlensog going I'll take this guy. He's an overager whos impressed recently
Looks exciting,good skills,huge impact by possession. Has the tools to make a wing position his own
squashface youre up


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After the Pies elected not to nominate him for their NGA, North Melbourne selects Youseph Dib with pick 60.

POSITION: Small Utility

SNAPSHOT: “Dib has proven himself to be one of the more versatile prospects in the 2021 draft pool, playing across all thirds of the ground to a high level”

Collingwood Next Generation Academy (NGA) candidate (not anymore haha) Youseph Dib has performed at every level he’s played, even back in the Under 16 national championships where he earnt himself All Australian honours. Dib is one of the few 18-year-old prospects to have played at VFL level this year, running out four times for Collingwood, averaging nine disposals and kicking 4.3 playing predominantly as a small forward. On top of such runs on the board as a forward, Dib’s performances for the Chargers in the midfield and the backline have also been promising.

STRENGTHS:
+ Versatility
+ Agility
+ Toughness
+ Tackling
+ Ground balls

IMPROVEMENTS:
– Size
– Kicking Consistency

Dib has consistently stepped up to the level of competition he’s played over the years, never looking out of place whether employed in the NAB League, VFL or for Vic Metro. His ability to be a ‘plug and play’ type made him a rare asset at each level, and one who used his core traits to adapt quickly in different situations. Dib has been used in all thirds of the ground across the year, but arguably looks his best in the forward line where he can best utilise his creativity, zip, and ground level nous.

In the elite system, Dib’s versatility will be his biggest advantage when looking to break into an AFL side, having played all across the ground and looking quite comfortable in any position. His work rate to apply pressure and tackle means the opposition never has an easy possession when he’s around, and Dib is as competitive as anyone despite his stature. Standing at just 174cm, the 18-year-old may be made a small forward at the next level, and his size may limit how much midfield time he’ll be able to play.

There has also been recent success in some smaller players employed in defence at AFL level, with the likes of Caleb Daniel leading the way. While a different player to Daniel, Dib could also fill a role in the backline with the aforementioned work rate and tackling strength already at high levels. However, he would first need to find some more consistency in his use by foot, where he can be prone to floating his kicks or grubbing them along the ground. He has the positive trait of being dual-sided, but can certainly sharpen his execution going forward from the contest.

Dib’s athletic traits are eye-catching, with his speed and agility making him a tricky opponent to prevent moving around the ground or through the contest. In congestion, he can step around opponents with ease and move the ball on once he gets space, where his instinct to use either side of his body when disposing of the ball allows him to do some remarkable things. Despite his height, Dib also has quite a mature build and is capable of winning contested ball. He even seems to thrive off it and is pretty powerful among the thing of things.

write up lifted from: https://central.rookieme.com/afl/player/youseph-dib/

bh90210fan you're up
 

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Obeanie1

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I suspect you are just going to try and prove a point to the Pieman that midfielders are easy to pick. Callaghan, Taylor and Rogers.

There again, this is clearly a midfielder draft so doing the exercise demonstrates that we can allocate 3 good picks to the midfield and re-stock pretty quickly.
Looking at a few mock drafts it looks likely that both Erasmus and Johnson could be gone by our pick 10> 12.

If this is the case then I trading 10 and add a future 2nd and even a future 3rd to get four picksin the top 40.

We need an influx of talent similar to Port did three years ago when they landed Dursma, Butters and Rozee.

Richmond has 15 and then three 2nd rounders. Offer pick 10, 35 and a future 2nd in exchange for 15, 26 and 27.

Hit the draft with 15, 26, 27, 29 and 68.

15 JVR / Sinn
26 Sheldrick / Roberts / Chesser
27 Butler / Taylor
29 Williams
68 which will be a 50's pick, Tunstill or Rogers.

Sinn, Sheldrick, Butler, Williams and Rogers would be a very nice draft.

So would JVR, Sheldrick, Butler, Roberts and Tunstill.

Four quality kids and Rogers 26 yrs who would fit nicely in with Yeo and Kelly who are 27. Rogers is Shuey and Kelly's rotation off the bench with both playing more hff.
 

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Looking at a few mock drafts it looks likely that both Erasmus and Johnson could be gone by our pick 10> 12.

If this is the case then I trading 10 and add a future 2nd and even a future 3rd to get four picksin the top 40.

We need an influx of talent similar to Port did three years ago when they landed Dursma, Butters and Rozee.

Richmond has 15 and then three 2nd rounders. Offer pick 10, 35 and a future 2nd in exchange for 15, 26 and 27.

Hit the draft with 15, 26, 27, 29 and 68.

15 JVR / Sinn
26 Sheldrick / Roberts / Chesser
27 Butler / Taylor
29 Williams
68 which will be a 50's pick, Tunstill or Rogers.

Sinn, Sheldrick, Butler, Williams and Rogers would be a very nice draft.

So would JVR, Sheldrick, Butler, Roberts and Tunstill.

Four quality kids and Rogers 26 yrs who would fit nicely in with Yeo and Kelly who are 27. Rogers is Shuey and Kelly's rotation off the bench with both playing more hff.
Isn't Rogers 24?
 

bh90210fan

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Pick 61 Port selects - LEWIS RAYSON - 181cm 75 kg - DEF/WING

Dashing defender who is capable of setting up the play with his penetrating left foot. A one-touch player below the knees, he reads the play exceptionally well, running hard to outnumber the opposition and rebound for this team using his blistering speed. South Australia’s leading possession winner with 25 disposals against Western Australia in the NAB AFL Under-19’s Championships match in August, he played predominantly at under-18s level in the SANFL, averaging 26.7 disposals in 14 matches this year for Glenelg, including 27 in the losing Grand Final side. A back injury kept him out of NAB AFL Draft Combine testing.


THE A5 your turn
 
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AsterixTheGaul

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Looking at a few mock drafts it looks likely that both Erasmus and Johnson could be gone by our pick 10> 12.

If this is the case then I trading 10 and add a future 2nd and even a future 3rd to get four picksin the top 40.

We need an influx of talent similar to Port did three years ago when they landed Dursma, Butters and Rozee.

Richmond has 15 and then three 2nd rounders. Offer pick 10, 35 and a future 2nd in exchange for 15, 26 and 27.

Hit the draft with 15, 26, 27, 29 and 68.

15 JVR / Sinn
26 Sheldrick / Roberts / Chesser
27 Butler / Taylor
29 Williams
68 which will be a 50's pick, Tunstill or Rogers.

Sinn, Sheldrick, Butler, Williams and Rogers would be a very nice draft.

So would JVR, Sheldrick, Butler, Roberts and Tunstill.

Four quality kids and Rogers 26 yrs who would fit nicely in with Yeo and Kelly who are 27. Rogers is Shuey and Kelly's rotation off the bench with both playing more hff.
MJ and Erasmus are not the only decent mids at 10 (12).
That said, I really like the idea of grabbing 2 picks in the 20’s

2 of Taylor, Chesser, Roberts, Sheldrick with picks in the 20s make sense. Personally I would resist JvR or Williams and go Polson later but that is a subtle rejig of what your posting
 

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Looking at a few mock drafts it looks likely that both Erasmus and Johnson could be gone by our pick 10> 12.

If this is the case then I trading 10 and add a future 2nd and even a future 3rd to get four picksin the top 40.

We need an influx of talent similar to Port did three years ago when they landed Dursma, Butters and Rozee.

Richmond has 15 and then three 2nd rounders. Offer pick 10, 35 and a future 2nd in exchange for 15, 26 and 27.

Hit the draft with 15, 26, 27, 29 and 68.

15 JVR / Sinn
26 Sheldrick / Roberts / Chesser
27 Butler / Taylor
29 Williams
68 which will be a 50's pick, Tunstill or Rogers.

Sinn, Sheldrick, Butler, Williams and Rogers would be a very nice draft.

So would JVR, Sheldrick, Butler, Roberts and Tunstill.

Four quality kids and Rogers 26 yrs who would fit nicely in with Yeo and Kelly who are 27. Rogers is Shuey and Kelly's rotation off the bench with both playing more hff.
I like the idea but wonder if there is some conservatism on our part re: taking more than 3 picks in a relatively compromised draft. I have a feeling we will hold next years picks where we could potentially be taking 6-7 picks (when you consider retirements and potentiallybigger lists)
 

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I like the idea but wonder if there is some conservatism on our part re: taking more than 3 picks in a relatively compromised draft. I have a feeling we will hold next years picks where we could potentially be taking 6-7 picks (when you consider retirements and potentiallybigger lists)
Yep, I reckon this is what we'll do.
 

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