Trade period / National Draft 2024

Which out of contract player should we trade?


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We love a good "basketball background" in the AFL, and Dodson's is so strong that we're still unsure which sport he's going to pick. This was the most impressive ruck performance so far this Champs series, and Dodson seems to have all the attributes you'd want in a ruck. Competes strongly and follows up on the ground with clean hands, positions himself well around the ground and takes intercept marks, long penetrating kick (although his technique could use some work).

 
Super underrated IMO, would be dynamite in our midfield with TT and Hopper giving it to him.
He's about to be a 4-time All Australian, double Trent Cotchin, Shane Edwards and Dion Prestia combined. He's one of the most overrated players in history.
 

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He's about to be a 4-time All Australian, double Trent Cotchin, Shane Edwards and Dion Prestia combined. He's one of the most overrated players in history.
Would have to disagree. The kid is super talented and has leadership material written all over him.

Beautiful balance around the ball and lightning quick.

Just because he’s been recognised multiple times in individual honours doesn’t make him any more or less talented.
 
Would have to disagree. The kid is super talented and has leadership material written all over him.

Beautiful balance around the ball and lightning quick.

Just because he’s been recognised multiple times in individual honours doesn’t make him any more or less talented.
How'd he go in the big game on Sunday night?
 
He's about to be a 4-time All Australian, double Trent Cotchin, Shane Edwards and Dion Prestia combined. He's one of the most overrated players in history.
So wrong, is never spoken about in the same vein as many stars, but he should be. Rarely wastes it, great leader, racks them up, does max damage with ball in hand.
 
Tobie was a one man wall for Vic Country in an incredibly impressive display of small/medium defending. He took 5 intercept marks as a part of 13 overall intercept possessions, not to mention spoils, tackles and other 1% efforts to disrupt both his direct opponent and the opposition team as a whole.

 
So wrong, is never spoken about in the same vein as many stars, but he should be. Rarely wastes it, great leader, racks them up, does max damage with ball in hand.
Minimal damage stat whore. Zach Sideways Merrett. How'd he go in the big game on Sunday night? Lift his team? Rise to the occasion? Kick the goal his team needed? Nup, nup and nup.
 
Minimal damage stat whore. Zach Sideways Merrett. How'd he go in the big game on Sunday night? Lift his team? Rise to the occasion? Kick the goal his team needed? Nup, nup and nup.
One game? Nah you wrong on this one.
 

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Pick 3- Finn O'Sullivan
Pick 8- Jagger Smith ( lions pick)
Pick 20- t- travaglia ( sons pick)
Pick 22- h-Langford
Pick 23- J- Berry ( Jack Graham fa comp)
Pick 31- one of matt whitlock- noah Mraz- harry ofarrell- Charlie Nichols
Pick 49- sam Davidson
Picks 31 and 49 are freo
We finish 17th get shafted as north get pick 2 compo for zurhaar
We get looked after though with pick 23 for Graham
We trade bunch of 3rd rouders plus a second round pick from sons to lions for pick 8
 
Trainor picked a bad moment to have by far his worst game of the season. Strangely enough he started pretty well when conditions were at their worst, but as the game progressed he appeared to increasingly struggle with the wet conditions, and made a series of mistakes that seemed to shake his confidence. He appeared to deal poorly with the higher level of pressure applied by his opponents at times, which will be something to watch going forward.

 
Murphy justified his selection in a stacked Metro midfield group with an excellent game in tricky conditions. He was clean at ground level and active around stoppage, and while his disposals didn't always hit their mark he was progressive and creative with his decision making.

 
Murphy justified his selection in a stacked Metro midfield group with an excellent game in tricky conditions. He was clean at ground level and active around stoppage, and while his disposals didn't always hit their mark he was progressive and creative with his decision making.


Loved this kids game. He looks a genuine player. Would love it if we could somehow get him into the Y & B with our second pick (will need to be around 8-12 imo)
 
We love a good "basketball background" in the AFL, and Dodson's is so strong that we're still unsure which sport he's going to pick. This was the most impressive ruck performance so far this Champs series, and Dodson seems to have all the attributes you'd want in a ruck. Competes strongly and follows up on the ground with clean hands, positions himself well around the ground and takes intercept marks, long penetrating kick (although his technique could use some work).


Added to the watch list for the remainder of the year.
Tobie was a one man wall for Vic Country in an incredibly impressive display of small/medium defending. He took 5 intercept marks as a part of 13 overall intercept possessions, not to mention spoils, tackles and other 1% efforts to disrupt both his direct opponent and the opposition team as a whole.


Improved his position in terms of a player I'd like at Richmond.
Murphy justified his selection in a stacked Metro midfield group with an excellent game in tricky conditions. He was clean at ground level and active around stoppage, and while his disposals didn't always hit their mark he was progressive and creative with his decision making.


Another added to the watch list.

It's great to see the depth in the talent pool establish itself when the champs begin. Means that we don't necessarily have to go all in trying to get top picks, but could be just as comfortable with a raft of late teens & 20s picks to pick players
 
Added to the watch list for the remainder of the year.

Improved his position in terms of a player I'd like at Richmond.

Another added to the watch list.

It's great to see the depth in the talent pool establish itself when the champs begin. Means that we don't necessarily have to go all in trying to get top picks, but could be just as comfortable with a raft of late teens & 20s picks to pick players
Yep for sure. In the situation the Tigs are in where you're probably wanting to get in a volume of solid talent to have a look at... if you trust the depth of the talent pool this year (and I do at this stage, one of the deepest I've seen) then you don't need to sell the farm to get multiple top 10 picks.
 
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