List Mgmt. Future Father Son prospects

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giantroo

Bleeding Blue and White
Sep 23, 2005
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Any chance of of draft year lol
Tried to compile a list based on what ever information I could find. If anyone could fill in the rest of the gaps, feel free to assist.

Jackson Archer (2021)
Darby Scott (2021)
Jai Makepeace (2021/22)?
Thomas Longmire (2021/22)?

Dylan Makepeace (2022)
Cooper Harvey (2022)

Byron Pickett Jnr (2023)
Lucas Rocca (2023)
Billy Longmire (2023)

Ryder Makepeace (2024)
River Stevens (2024)
Sam Harris (2025)
Kayde Pickett (2025)
Owen Simpson (2025)
Archer Grant (2025)
Kai Schwass (2025)
Lucas McCartney (2025)
Aiden McCartney (2027)
Marcus Rocca (2027/2028)

James Rock [2022-2027] TBC
Will Crocker [2024-2025] TBC


Jack Petrie (2028)
[Unknown name] Rawlings (2029)
Hudson Harvey (2030)
Thomas Colbert (~2031)
Ryder Hansen (2031)
Lenny Firrito (2031)
Mason Sinclair (2032)
Lachlan Goldstein (2033)
Max Firrito (2034)
Xavier Cunnington (2034)
Sebastian Gibson (2034)
Jude Swallow (2035)
Cohen Thomas (2035)
Sonny Sinclair (2037)
Flynn Thompson (2037)
Carter Carey (2037)
Charlie Goldstein (2039)
Kobe Cunnington (2039)
Laker Hansen (2030+)
[Unknown name] Hansen (2030+)
[Unknown name] Cunnington (2040)
[Unknown name] Colbert (2032+)


Ineligible
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Jesse Motlop (2021) - Son of Daniel / Freo NGA
Ethan Abraham - Son of Winnie
Gary Abraham - Son of Winnie
[Unknown name] Abraham - Son of Winnie
Elijah Anderson (2030)
Jasiah Anderson (2031)
Archer Harvey (2025)
Jett Harvey (2028)
Slater Harvey (2031)
Louis Thompson (2021)
Benjamin Thompson (2023)
Jude Dal Santo (2033)
Hendrix Daw (2037)
Isaiah Hall (2038)
Riley Polec (2038)
 
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Liam Boy

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 12, 2008
5,917
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Marstermind with us looking like taking young archer , it was mentioned he’d be our 5th F/S.
Is that the lowest from the Victorian teams ?
5th since the modern draft era. Go back before that, you've got Allison, Martyn, etc.

Here's each current vic club's total since they brought in the draft in 1988:
Collingwood - 16 (17 if they take Daicos)
Geelong - 13
Carlton - 10
Footscray/Western Bulldogs - 8 (9 if they take Darcy)
Richmond - 8
Essendon - 7
Melbourne - 6
North Melbourne - 4 (5 if we take Archer)
Hawthorn - 4
St. Kilda - 3
 

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Merlin007

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Jun 7, 2019
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Well we have another. Hopefully a few more to come over the next few years as we hit our straps.

Apart from the nonsense from Barrett and Wilson, I imagine Arch stepping down from the board was partly informed by wanting to clear the way for Jackson. The Silvagni experience at Carlton wasn't pleasant, and going back even further to the Pagan days, Ryan getting his couple of games at Martin Pike's expense caused more commotion than it was worth (notably Pike leaving for Brisbane)
 

giantroo

Bleeding Blue and White
Sep 23, 2005
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Apart from the nonsense from Barrett and Wilson, I imagine Arch stepping down from the board was partly informed by wanting to clear the way for Jackson. The Silvagni experience at Carlton wasn't pleasant, and going back even further to the Pagan days, Ryan getting his couple of games at Martin Pike's expense caused more commotion than it was worth (notably Pike leaving for Brisbane)
Same goes for John and Nick Blakey. Eventually it lead to John moving on to give space to Nick.

It's going to interesting to see what Horse does when his boys are at a draftable age and whether they elect to go via the academy or select the F/S route (Of course if they are good enough and I can't see Horse going anywhere at this stage).


Looks like Tom Longmire is eligible next year? EDIT : Eligible this year, doesn't look like he'll make it.

Played one game against Tassie this year in the NAB league


 
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year of the roo

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May 12, 2003
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Apart from the nonsense from Barrett and Wilson, I imagine Arch stepping down from the board was partly informed by wanting to clear the way for Jackson. The Silvagni experience at Carlton wasn't pleasant, and going back even further to the Pagan days, Ryan getting his couple of games at Martin Pike's expense caused more commotion than it was worth (notably Pike leaving for Brisbane)
That's not my memory of it at all. Pike was playing HBF at the time, Ryan Pagan came in and played games in the midfield. Possibly at the expense of a fast-declining Anthony Rock?
 

Roman Roy

I’m dumb, but I’m smart.
Oct 3, 2017
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That's not my memory of it at all. Pike was playing HBF at the time, Ryan Pagan came in and played games in the midfield. Possibly at the expense of a fast-declining Anthony Rock?
Ryan Pagan played his 3 career games in 2000. Anthony Rock left North Melbourne at the end of 1998. Martin Pike played in 2 out of 3 of Pagan's games.

Maybe you're thinking of a fast declining Robert Scott who only played round 1 of 2000 (alongside Pagan) and was then finished.
 

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