eDPS Draft Watch 2019 - June Rankings updated

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Devon Goods
Nov 4, 2010
17,300
24,495
Melbourne - Eastern Suburbs
AFL Club
Essendon
WA Squad

2 Joel WESTERN 12/10/02 171 69 Claremont

3 Tyrone THORNE 18/6/01 167 60 Peel Thunder

4 Riley GARCIA 30/1/01 175 68 Swan Districts

5 Liam HENRY 28/8/01 179 67 Claremont/Christ Church Grammar

6 Cameron ANDERSON 25/9/01 175 62
Claremont/Wesley College

7 Nathan O'DRISCOLL 17/5/02 182 75 Perth
8 Brandon WALKER 17/10/02
182 69 East Fremantle

9 Tristan HOBLEY 30/6/00 182 74 Subiaco

10 Deven ROBERTSON 30/6/01 182 80 Perth/Aquinas College

11 Jarvis PINA 30/10/00 176 71 Peel Thunder

12 Regan CLARKE 15/6/01 176 67 Perth/Aquinas College

13 Ben JOHNSON 6/3/01 180 65 West Perth

14 Chad WARNER 19/5/01 181 80 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

15 Zane TREW 26/4/02 184 81 Swan Districts

16 Ty SEARS 22/1/02 184 74 Swan Districts

17 Jeremy SHARP 13/08/01 187 79 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

18 Jai JACKSON 25/4/01 185 80 East Fremantle

19 Elijah TAYLOR 1/5/01 185 75 Perth

20 Jaxon PRIOR 4/6/01 188 79 West Perth

21 Jake PASINI 6/2/01 192 81 Swan Districts

22 Max MURPHY 24/3/00 189 78 East Fremantle

23 Nicholas MARTIN 3/4/01 188 81 Subiaco/Trinity College

24 Ronin O'CONNOR 1/2/01 191 85 Claremont

25 Logan MCDONALD 4/4/02 192 84 Perth/Aquinas College

26 Trey RUSCOE 3/11/01 190 90 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

27 Jack BULLER 16/5/01 198 92 Claremont/Christ Church Grammar

28 Ryan HUDSON 16/1/01 189 96 West Perth/Scotch College

29 Nathan IRELAND 27/2/00 195 80 Swan Districts

30 Reuben MCGUIRE 27/5/01 195 85 East Fremantle/Wesley College

32 Luke JACKSON 29/9/01 198 94 East Fremantle

36 Denver GRAINGER-BARRAS 17/4/02 192 77 Swan Districts

37 Callum JAMIESON 31/7/00 200 81 Claremont

39 Trent RIVERS 30/7/01 192 85 East Fremantle

40 Zak PATTERSON 5/7/00 202 85 West Perth

41 Owen DANN (TO) 3/8/02 175 66 East Fremantle

42 John GARLETT (TO) 25/10/00 188 69 East Fremantle

46 Jermarl DALY (TO) 5/5/01 185 80 Swan Districts

48 Mitchell GEORGIADES (TO) 28/9/01 190 82 Subiaco/Hal

49 Heath CHAPMAN (TO) 31/1/01 193 75 West Perth

56 Michael MALLARD (TO) 15/1/02 197 97 West Perth
 

eDPS

Devon Goods
Nov 4, 2010
17,300
24,495
Melbourne - Eastern Suburbs
AFL Club
Essendon
Trent Rivers now standing at 192cm, not sure if he develops into a genuine key position player but his main traits is his smarts/movement and decision making so I’d like to see WA use him through the midfield instead of down back.
 

Gulliver72

Debutant
Apr 7, 2019
79
52
AFL Club
GWS
WA Squad

2 Joel WESTERN 12/10/02 171 69 Claremont

3 Tyrone THORNE 18/6/01 167 60 Peel Thunder

4 Riley GARCIA 30/1/01 175 68 Swan Districts

5 Liam HENRY 28/8/01 179 67 Claremont/Christ Church Grammar

6 Cameron ANDERSON 25/9/01 175 62
Claremont/Wesley College

7 Nathan O'DRISCOLL 17/5/02 182 75 Perth
8 Brandon WALKER 17/10/02
182 69 East Fremantle

9 Tristan HOBLEY 30/6/00 182 74 Subiaco

10 Deven ROBERTSON 30/6/01 182 80 Perth/Aquinas College

11 Jarvis PINA 30/10/00 176 71 Peel Thunder

12 Regan CLARKE 15/6/01 176 67 Perth/Aquinas College

13 Ben JOHNSON 6/3/01 180 65 West Perth

14 Chad WARNER 19/5/01 181 80 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

15 Zane TREW 26/4/02 184 81 Swan Districts

16 Ty SEARS 22/1/02 184 74 Swan Districts

17 Jeremy SHARP 13/08/01 187 79 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

18 Jai JACKSON 25/4/01 185 80 East Fremantle

19 Elijah TAYLOR 1/5/01 185 75 Perth

20 Jaxon PRIOR 4/6/01 188 79 West Perth

21 Jake PASINI 6/2/01 192 81 Swan Districts

22 Max MURPHY 24/3/00 189 78 East Fremantle

23 Nicholas MARTIN 3/4/01 188 81 Subiaco/Trinity College

24 Ronin O'CONNOR 1/2/01 191 85 Claremont

25 Logan MCDONALD 4/4/02 192 84 Perth/Aquinas College

26 Trey RUSCOE 3/11/01 190 90 East Fremantle/Aquinas College

27 Jack BULLER 16/5/01 198 92 Claremont/Christ Church Grammar

28 Ryan HUDSON 16/1/01 189 96 West Perth/Scotch College

29 Nathan IRELAND 27/2/00 195 80 Swan Districts

30 Reuben MCGUIRE 27/5/01 195 85 East Fremantle/Wesley College

32 Luke JACKSON 29/9/01 198 94 East Fremantle

36 Denver GRAINGER-BARRAS 17/4/02 192 77 Swan Districts

37 Callum JAMIESON 31/7/00 200 81 Claremont

39 Trent RIVERS 30/7/01 192 85 East Fremantle

40 Zak PATTERSON 5/7/00 202 85 West Perth

41 Owen DANN (TO) 3/8/02 175 66 East Fremantle

42 John GARLETT (TO) 25/10/00 188 69 East Fremantle

46 Jermarl DALY (TO) 5/5/01 185 80 Swan Districts

48 Mitchell GEORGIADES (TO) 28/9/01 190 82 Subiaco/Hal

49 Heath CHAPMAN (TO) 31/1/01 193 75 West Perth

56 Michael MALLARD (TO) 15/1/02 197 97 West Perth
Quite a few born 00 in there , when is the Allies new squad announcement
 

QLD Lion 2019

Debutant
Jan 5, 2019
91
94
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
I would imagine Allies would be early next week after the last Academy series game. There are practice matches against Vic Country & Metro late May so you would think it would have to be reasonably soon.


On iPhone using BigFooty.com mobile app
 

Bicks

Premium Platinum
Jun 10, 2009
29,161
43,045
Victorian Central Highlands
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Panthers, GWV Rebels Beaufort Crows
You guys privy to the team list for the Young Guns game? I understand James Cleaver and Matty Lloyd have got a gig?
 

briztoon

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 28, 2015
6,947
6,315
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
Other Teams
NUFC, Philadelphia 76'ers
Keiden Coleman putting on a BOG performance against Sydney in a top of the table NEAFL clash. Playing off half back today.

It’s been mentioned several times by many posters on the Lions board, that our NEAFL team is a class above every other team in the comp. Especially when there are so few injuries to the first team.
 

eDPS

Devon Goods
Nov 4, 2010
17,300
24,495
Melbourne - Eastern Suburbs
AFL Club
Essendon
WAFL 18s Watch

Deven Robertson
37 disposals
1 goal
8 marks
5 tackles

Trent Rivers
27 disposals
2 goals
10 marks
4 tackles

Luke Jackson
17 disposals
2 goals
5 marks
28 hitouts

Elijah Taylor
25 disposals
2 goals
4 marks
1 tackle

Jake Pasini
22 disposals
5 marks
2 tackles

Chad Warner
29 disposals
1 goal
6 marks
2 tackles


Also Trent Bianco with a lazy 41 touches against Tassie today
 

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Muffasa

Debutant
Jun 8, 2018
58
27
AFL Club
Richmond
WAFL 18s Watch

Deven Robertson
37 disposals
1 goal
8 marks
5 tackles

Trent Rivers
27 disposals
2 goals
10 marks
4 tackles

Luke Jackson
17 disposals
2 goals
5 marks
28 hitouts

Elijah Taylor
25 disposals
2 goals
4 marks
1 tackle

Jake Pasini
22 disposals
5 marks
2 tackles

Chad Warner
29 disposals
1 goal
6 marks
2 tackles


Also Trent Bianco with a lazy 41 touches against Tassie today
Do you take the nableague stats as gospel? Games I have seen they are often incorrect. Champion Data is far better

Thoughts
 

Gulliver72

Debutant
Apr 7, 2019
79
52
AFL Club
GWS
Keiden Coleman putting on a BOG performance against Sydney in a top of the table NEAFL clash. Playing off half back today.

It’s been mentioned several times by many posters on the Lions board, that our NEAFL team is a class above every other team in the comp. Especially when there are so few injuries to the first team.
Think he may have been a better academy selection than McFayden last year
 

Gulliver72

Debutant
Apr 7, 2019
79
52
AFL Club
GWS
WAFL 18s Watch

Deven Robertson
37 disposals
1 goal
8 marks
5 tackles

Trent Rivers
27 disposals
2 goals
10 marks
4 tackles

Luke Jackson
17 disposals
2 goals
5 marks
28 hitouts

Elijah Taylor
25 disposals
2 goals
4 marks
1 tackle

Jake Pasini
22 disposals
5 marks
2 tackles

Chad Warner
29 disposals
1 goal
6 marks
2 tackles


Also Trent Bianco with a lazy 41 touches against Tassie today
Tassie have been pretty ordinary this year not sure where O’Neill is but they want get 11 in the Allies squad this year
 

Blood red

Senior List
Sep 12, 2018
291
216
AFL Club
Sydney
Tassie have been pretty ordinary this year not sure where O’Neill is but they want get 11 in the Allies squad this year
If the Swans and GCS dont make up at least 60% of the Allies squad, there is something very wrong.
And if they both win tomorrow, it should be at least 70%.
Tassie have been so over rated.
GWS are way behind both academies.
Brisbane are very poor.
And NT aren't even in the same conversation.
Short odds that won't happen.
Looking at the squad selected in 2018, it contains too many players who have not lived up to expectation but automatically walk in. What a load of crap.
I would back the Swans squad to beat an Allies squad picked from tas, gws, NT and Bris.
GCS should also blow up if they don't get plenty in.
 

briztoon

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 28, 2015
6,947
6,315
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
Other Teams
NUFC, Philadelphia 76'ers
Think he may have been a better academy selection than McFayden last year
Guess we'll have to pay up for him this year.

Interesting that he's been kept out of the academy team. Probably won't play in the Allies team either.
 

Gulliver72

Debutant
Apr 7, 2019
79
52
AFL Club
GWS
Guess we'll have to pay up for him this year.

Interesting that he's been kept out of the academy team. Probably won't play in the Allies team either.
Don’t think 19 year olds or underage should play in the Allies anyway it’s the 2001 crops time to be exposed to the best as it’s their draft year
 

QLD Lion 2019

Debutant
Jan 5, 2019
91
94
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
If the Swans and GCS dont make up at least 60% of the Allies squad, there is something very wrong.
And if they both win tomorrow, it should be at least 70%.
Tassie have been so over rated.
GWS are way behind both academies.
Brisbane are very poor.
And NT aren't even in the same conversation.
Short odds that won't happen.
Looking at the squad selected in 2018, it contains too many players who have not lived up to expectation but automatically walk in. What a load of crap.
I would back the Swans squad to beat an Allies squad picked from tas, gws, NT and Bris.
GCS should also blow up if they don't get plenty in.
Blood Red, currently in the 2019 Allies squad picked in Nov/Dec last year there are 6 Swans, 5 Gold Coast, 6 Tas, 5 Lions, 3 GWS, 3 NT & 2 lads from the Murray Bush Rangers who must fall into the NSW category. Im no mathematician but thats roughly 30% of the team coming from the Gold Coast & Swans already and you believe it should be 60% or maybe 70% depending on Sunday's results. IMO selectors would need to look at a lot of factors before choosing the squad including the fixture. Im sure you have but if you look at who has played who the previous 4 games you will see the Suns have had a very good draw. They have played NT (18th - last on the ladder), Lions (15) a depleted Oakley (8) and were smashed by Eastern (2). Swans have beaten Tas (12), GWS (13) Dragons on Vic Metro/Country trial weekend (1) & Murray (14). Tomorrow Suns play GMV Rebels (10) & Swans play Geelong (17). In comparison the Lions have played Dragons (1st), Eastern (2), Suns (5), GWS (13) & tomorrow Dandenong (4). Im sure the other Academy teams would have similar stories but the win/loss column shouldn't be the only selection indicator. The other-way to look at it would be that a kid playing the better teams and performing well (even though the team has lost) has shown he can match it with the better teams / players. Sometime it's easy to kick goals against weaker opposition or get cheap kicks when playing a lesser team. I agree with your "it contains too many players who have not lived up to expectation but automatically walk in. What a load of crap" statement as some names keep getting mentions for games played years ago and not current form. Im sure when the Allies squad comes out (next week I presume) with the extra 20 players to take the squad to 50 it will have some surprises for all of us but I don't think 35 of those 50 will be solely from Gold Coast or the Swans based on the win/loss ladder IMO. If the AFL were serious about growing out great game all the academies would be playing all year in the NAB League.
 

Blood red

Senior List
Sep 12, 2018
291
216
AFL Club
Sydney
Blood Red, currently in the 2019 Allies squad picked in Nov/Dec last year there are 6 Swans, 5 Gold Coast, 6 Tas, 5 Lions, 3 GWS, 3 NT & 2 lads from the Murray Bush Rangers who must fall into the NSW category. Im no mathematician but thats roughly 30% of the team coming from the Gold Coast & Swans already and you believe it should be 60% or maybe 70% depending on Sunday's results. IMO selectors would need to look at a lot of factors before choosing the squad including the fixture. Im sure you have but if you look at who has played who the previous 4 games you will see the Suns have had a very good draw. They have played NT (18th - last on the ladder), Lions (15) a depleted Oakley (8) and were smashed by Eastern (2). Swans have beaten Tas (12), GWS (13) Dragons on Vic Metro/Country trial weekend (1) & Murray (14). Tomorrow Suns play GMV Rebels (10) & Swans play Geelong (17). In comparison the Lions have played Dragons (1st), Eastern (2), Suns (5), GWS (13) & tomorrow Dandenong (4). Im sure the other Academy teams would have similar stories but the win/loss column shouldn't be the only selection indicator. The other-way to look at it would be that a kid playing the better teams and performing well (even though the team has lost) has shown he can match it with the better teams / players. Sometime it's easy to kick goals against weaker opposition or get cheap kicks when playing a lesser team. I agree with your "it contains too many players who have not lived up to expectation but automatically walk in. What a load of crap" statement as some names keep getting mentions for games played years ago and not current form. Im sure when the Allies squad comes out (next week I presume) with the extra 20 players to take the squad to 50 it will have some surprises for all of us but I don't think 35 of those 50 will be solely from Gold Coast or the Swans based on the win/loss ladder IMO. If the AFL were serious about growing out great game all the academies would be playing all year in the NAB League.
I do agree, but Swans have beaten GWS, and the 3 in makes sense.
However, Tassie were well below Swans, and watching them throughout the comp, they continued to show that.
All teams can only beat the team that is in front of them, but I get some teams have a better draw then others.
Swans also seem to struggle due to Southern bias and Qld coach syndrome too.
2 of the Swans 6 are underagers, and there would have to be another 5 or 6 underage players from other northern academies too.
I'm glad there was the opportunity to play in the TAC league, but in hindsight, the Vics stripped their teams and didn't allow a fair comparison. It is now, "we lost because our best players have private school committments!".
And now the academies don't have the ability to play each other and allow players to show how they compare to others.
So we are left with the Sheehan, Vic coaches and Power selectors choosing teams based on the snap shot they see.
And of the 4 players at the Swans who are 18 and in the Allies already, 2 have played well below several of their team mates but can walk in and play in the trials.
Wins and Losses don't tell the whole story, just like stats.
Unfortunately, too many decisions are made that way.
How many Lions members deserve their Allies spot?
Is 3 NT players over kill because they are being compared to their inferior team mates? I have watched their games, and struggle to see a place in the swans academy team for them!
Tell me 6 tassie players isn't ridiculous!
They are well overrated!?
 

Muffasa

Debutant
Jun 8, 2018
58
27
AFL Club
Richmond
Sometimes they are atleast close but nope wait for the stats on footylive app which are offical champion data stats
NABLeague stats had T Green getting 23 touches v Murry. Champion Data (via Footy Live) had him get 37.... how do you miss 14 touches from 1 player!!!
 

goat123

Rookie
Feb 4, 2019
24
2
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Don’t think 19 year olds or underage should play in the Allies anyway it’s the 2001 crops time to be exposed to the best as it’s their draft year
O'Neill is injured im from tassie up the north west coast and all reports are hes resting his ankle until the champs might be wrong though
 
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