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Gerry19

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Hope it's not a bad omen but definite shades of JPK about him. Big, strong.

I know one game isn't much to go off but he's not far behind Anderson at all.
Yeah I mean we should be safe that he won’t get nominated in our region where our pick will be, but it’s gonna be close. In the one game in under 18s where he played against Anderson /Rowell he was BOG then in a win. Exciting
 

perrdan09

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With this draft, if another team nominates to use a 1st round pick on Finn, does that mean we then have to use our first round pick to take him? In that case since it looks like we will have a high-ish pick this year, is it almost worth trading the 2020 first round pick for one this year, and using that lower pick to match the bid and say pick 5 or 6 on another young elite talent/trade?
Or do you have to use your highest pick if another nominates to use their highest pick?

I don't know if that makes sense, hopefully someone can see what i'm asking.
Cheers guys
 

rogiebear93

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With this draft, if another team nominates to use a 1st round pick on Finn, does that mean we then have to use our first round pick to take him? In that case since it looks like we will have a high-ish pick this year, is it almost worth trading the 2020 first round pick for one this year, and using that lower pick to match the bid and say pick 5 or 6 on another young elite talent/trade?
Or do you have to use your highest pick if another nominates to use their highest pick?

I don't know if that makes sense, hopefully someone can see what i'm asking.
Cheers guys
Essentially, if we're committed to them, we have to use our next pick and lose the equivalent on points to make up the difference. So for example. If we have pick 6 and pick 24, and another club nominates him at pick 15 (1112 points) we have to use 24 (785 points) and our next pick (Pick 42) gets knocked down the difference between Pick 24 and the value of pick 15 with the 25% discount (834-785=49).

So in that case our Pick 42 (395 points) would drop 49 points worth of value to come after Pick 45 (347 points).
 

Holy Rioli

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With this draft, if another team nominates to use a 1st round pick on Finn, does that mean we then have to use our first round pick to take him? In that case since it looks like we will have a high-ish pick this year, is it almost worth trading the 2020 first round pick for one this year, and using that lower pick to match the bid and say pick 5 or 6 on another young elite talent/trade?
Or do you have to use your highest pick if another nominates to use their highest pick?

I don't know if that makes sense, hopefully someone can see what i'm asking.
Cheers guys
And don't feel bad about asking stupid questions, I'm pretty sure this is exactly how St Kilda handled the draft night last year.
 

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VandoHawk

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One game won’t move him drastically but agree that he’s certainly moving into first round contention. He’s gone from a third round selection to an early second/late first.
 

Bugs1977

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It really sucks that we don't have FS rights to both Maginess and Anderson. The naysayers would still say we ain't got no youf!
 

Hodginator

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Essentially, if we're committed to them, we have to use our next pick and lose the equivalent on points to make up the difference. So for example. If we have pick 6 and pick 24, and another club nominates him at pick 15 (1112 points) we have to use 24 (785 points) and our next pick (Pick 42) gets knocked down the difference between Pick 24 and the value of pick 15 with the 25% discount (834-785=49).

So in that case our Pick 42 (395 points) would drop 49 points worth of value to come after Pick 45 (347 points).
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arupist

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Essentially, if we're committed to them, we have to use our next pick and lose the equivalent on points to make up the difference. So for example. If we have pick 6 and pick 24, and another club nominates him at pick 15 (1112 points) we have to use 24 (785 points) and our next pick (Pick 42) gets knocked down the difference between Pick 24 and the value of pick 15 with the 25% discount (834-785=49).

So in that case our Pick 42 (395 points) would drop 49 points worth of value to come after Pick 45 (347 points).
SO we trade pick 24 for 44 and 62 before pick 15 happens, then after we use our pick 42 for Finn, we trade back to pick 24 for 44, 60 and 62. Isn't this what the Swans did?
 

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