Just needed to slip in egregore to complete your bingo card.Well, you see, as I clearly alluded to all along and was apparent at the time is that his chakra and those of his teammates weren’t aligned and besides it obvious their auras are not in cognitive dissonance with each other since my spirit animal, Ulaf the 3 legged gecko told me in my last sweat lodge meditation.
I like a player who has self belief even a bit of a swagger and Dylan strikes me as just such a player.
Can see him lighting up AO. A younger stronger Polecat?
It's more that we didn't actually get to see how they developed this year. The injury prone factor is a small one, but that absence of clear 2019 development is the risk, why they slid, and where our strategy will be interesting.
IMHO players don't lose their talent...build their fitness which they have done by yrs end to attend draft camp etc...club , doctors & fitness staff do their due diligence etc so i'm pretty comfortable we have drafted bloody well...yes i know...time will tell but that applies to all kids / young men drafted..It's more that we didn't actually get to see how they developed this year. The injury prone factor is a small one, but that absence of clear 2019 development is the risk, why they slid, and where our strategy will be interesting.
Unless they were already AFL capable they still need to develop their talent. It's not me picking on them, it is a fact that players are developing at these ages and if they missed out on a year, plus we haven't got to see how their trendline of development continued to go, then there's clearly a risk in assuming they were just going to continue on an upward curve.You don't lose your talent