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TJASTA

Cool Guy
Sep 3, 2016
24,475
43,870
Jack Graham
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Port Melbourne, Furies
B: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HB: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
C: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HF: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
F: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
RUCK: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
INT: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
 

Soberian Tiger

'67 '69 '73 '74 '80; '17 '19 '20 +++
Jul 25, 2018
896
4,986
AFL Club
Richmond
B: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HB: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
C: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HF: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
F: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
RUCK: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
INT: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
Need to rest a Jack to let a Marlion in.
 

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Nunez

Premium Platinum
Aug 9, 2013
17,526
31,912
Brisbane
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
Deven Robertson might help

Ely Smith is also promising.
Smith has come back very fit and looks very capable of taking the next step. Dev Robertson is already super fit and looks advanced. The Tasmanian training camp will be the big test for these guys - perform well in the match Sims and both could be best 22 round 1.
 

Freomaniac

Brownlow Medallist
May 3, 2007
21,569
10,878
Parts Unknown
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Man City, Valencia, Lazio, Panthers
B: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HB: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
C: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HF: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
F: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
RUCK: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
INT: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
Need to rest a Jack to let a Marlion in.
Bit harsh there.....

Shai Bolton has gradually improved in 2019 after building up his endurance in 2017 and 2018. Yeah I know he is talented.

Callum Coleman Jones isnt too bad. I saw him play at Sturt in the SANFL before he got drafted.
 

Charlie Bucket

Club Legend
Nov 16, 2015
2,905
4,175
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
FB Roarke Smith, Lewis Young, Bailey Williams
HB Caleb Daniel, Zaine Cordy, Lachlan Young
C Ed Richards, Josh Dunkley, Lachie Hunter
HF Pat Lipinski, Aaron Naughton, Toby McClean
FF Bailey Dale, Josh Schache, Riley West
FOL Tim English, Marcus Bontempelli, Jack Macrae
INT Billy Gowers, Bailey Smith, Will Hayes, Cody Weightman
EMG Brad Lynch, Fergus Greene, Ryan Gardiner

Pretty Strong, especially through the midfield. Smaller defenders the biggest weakness. All except Weightman have played at AFL level.
This team would give some best 22’s a touch up.
 

Charlie Bucket

Club Legend
Nov 16, 2015
2,905
4,175
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Dogs mids easily the best but keen to see how we stack up with our big 4 LDU Simpkin Thomas and Bonar

Would expect one of our 2 first rounders next year to be on a mid to add to the above

I feel like we have more pace there and x factor

but dogs have Bont plus serious accumulators in Macrae Dunkley Hunter
Dogs mids easily the best but keen to see how we stack up with our big 4 LDU Simpkin Thomas and Bonar

Would expect one of our 2 first rounders next year to be on a mid to add to the above

I feel like we have more pace there and x factor

but dogs have Bont plus serious accumulators in Macrae Dunkley Hunter McLean
You could add Dangerfield with one of next years first rounders and that big 4 would still look very ordinary.
 

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EB&W Pieman

Club Legend
May 24, 2004
1,269
193
Sydney
AFL Club
Collingwood
Other Teams
Sunderland
Obviously the Pies have been trading early draft picks in the quest to win a flag, so - apart from a killer first ruck/centreman combination - our team is speculative at best.

B Bianco Keane Appleby
HB Quaynor Langdon Maynard

HF Stephenson Moore(vc) T Brown
F Daicos Kelly Broomhead

C Murphy De Goey Phillips
R Grundy(c) Sier Sharenberg

Inter Cameron Ruscoe Rantall Atu B
 

The Joker

Brownlow Medallist
Apr 27, 2006
16,159
10,175
Your Backyard
AFL Club
Fremantle
Players are in a position close to where they should be. Three proven players, a bunch of exciting talent, a promising list of untried rookies and a stack of trusted 15-22 types. The future looks okay!

FB: J.Carter - G.Logue - E.Hughes
HB: L.Ryan - A.Pearce (C) - H.Young*

C: J.Aish - A.Brayshaw (VC) - D.Tucker
R: S.Darcy - B.Acres - A.Cerra

HF: B.Bewley - B.Cox - C.McCarthy
FF: L.Henry* - J.Hogan - S.Switkowski

Int: C.Blakely - L.Valente* - T.Duman - C.Serong*

The rest
B.Banfied, S.Giro, H.Dixon, M.Crowden, L.Schultz,
D.O'Reilly*, T.North*, M.Frederick*, S.Sturt*, L.Meek*, J.Pina*, T.Watson*, L.Thomas*, I.Butters*.

+50 games
20-49 games
* Y.T.D.
 

WilloTree

Premiership Player
Sep 16, 2015
4,407
4,615
Inside 50
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Claremont Tigers
FB: L.Ryan/G.Logue/T.Duman
HB: H.Young/A.Pearce/E.Hughes

C: J.Aish/A.Brayshaw/D.Tucker

HF: S.Sturt/M,Taberner/C.McCarthy
FF: S.Switkowski/J.Hogan/L.Henry

RR: S.Darcy/C.Blakely/A.Cerra

INT: B.Acres/C.Serong/B.Bewley/B.Cox

Definite holes are Tall Defenders and Small Forwards
Swap in Cox off the bench and add Valente. Shultz and Butters are small forwards. I'd probably prefer Carter instead of Duman as well. Banfield bit stiff.
 
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Football Tragic

Club Legend
Nov 11, 2010
1,989
4,483
Punt Rd End
AFL Club
Richmond
What people fail to see is that clubs never go from playing over 25's to switching to a team of playing all under 25's or from experience to youth over night. Other than mass injuries to a side, youth is always transitioned into experienced line ups unless the experienced lineups are under performing. So in teams that are struggling, more youth will always be played while in more successful teams, less will be played.

In the bad old days, Richmond had a very young team. Many showed glimpses. Some had years of promise. In the end though, few made it. I think this is the hardest part of having a young side. You can't predict success bases on promise. All you can do is hope you club can find players that surprize you with their development to compensate those that never live up to their potential. When the diamonds in the rough out number the disappointments, you have a chance.

I know this is what is happening at Richmond right now but at VFL level. Many of players that show the most will fail but others will succeed against all odds. I just hope that we can find enough talent in our youth to build again when our stars at AFL level begin to retire. History says its unlikely but you never know! :)
 

telsor

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Aug 29, 2004
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Habs
B: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HB: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
C: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
HF: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
F: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
RUCK: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham
INT: Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham, Jack Graham

Couldn't squeeze Jack Graham in as an emergency?
 

telsor

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The future is very bright for us but it's now time for all of them to start delivering, no player can live on the "potential" tag forever.
This line really sums up everything about young players from all clubs.

People talk about bright futures with them, but it's largely based on perceived potential and in reality it's all a question on if they'll actually deliver (and how much....and how accurate those perceptions are of course).
 

Mt Isa Mustang

Club Legend
Nov 23, 2019
2,139
2,347
AFL Club
Gold Coast
This line really sums up everything about young players from all clubs.

People talk about bright futures with them, but it's largely based on perceived potential and in reality it's all a question on if they'll actually deliver (and how much....and how accurate those perceptions are of course).
To highlight your point I found a St Kilda thread from 2014 about their u25 best side.
People might have been optimistic about projecting the future for these young players, but in general it turned out pretty grim.
Maybe 8-10 have gone on the actually be AFL level players, a few good players but zero stars.

FB: Wright - Bruce - Webster
HB: Savage - Delaney - Newnes
RK: Longer - Weller - Dunstan
CR: Billings - Ross - Acres
HF: Murdoch - White - Templeton
FF: Hickey - Stanley - Saunders

Int (from): Minchington, Curren, Markworth, Siposs, Lee, Pierce, Roberton
 

telsor

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To highlight your point I found a St Kilda thread from 2014 about their u25 best side.
People might have been optimistic about projecting the future for these young players, but in general it turned out pretty grim.
Maybe 8-10 have gone on the actually be AFL level players, a few good players but zero stars.

FB: Wright - Bruce - Webster
HB: Savage - Delaney - Newnes
RK: Longer - Weller - Dunstan
CR: Billings - Ross - Acres
HF: Murdoch - White - Templeton
FF: Hickey - Stanley - Saunders

Int (from): Minchington, Curren, Markworth, Siposs, Lee, Pierce, Roberton
Good example.

I'm sure the Saints fans, and more than a few neutrals, were hugely optimistic about them at the time too. (and that isn't specific to the saints)
 

TysonMoneybags

Debutant
Jul 14, 2018
142
409
AFL Club
Collingwood
Obviously the Pies have been trading early draft picks in the quest to win a flag, so - apart from a killer first ruck/centreman combination - our team is speculative at best.

B Bianco Keane Appleby
HB Quaynor Langdon Maynard

HF Stephenson Moore(vc) T Brown
F Daicos Kelly Broomhead

C Murphy De Goey Phillips
R Grundy(c) Sier Sharenberg

Inter Cameron Ruscoe Rantall Atu B
No Callum Brown?
 

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