Your Top 20 Players Heading Into 2020?

TheUndertaker

The Phenom from Death Valley
Oct 2, 2008
6,883
10,146
Death Valley
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brothers of Destruction
Mine, well I have two lists.
Finals list and home and away list. I feel some players intentionally pace themselves during the regular home and away, whilst others don’t. So here are my lists...

HOME AND AWAY TOP 20
1. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
4. Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
5. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Adam Treloar (Collingwood)
8. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
11. Josh Kelly (GWS)
12. Elliot Yeo (WCE)
13. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
14. Max Gawn (Melbourne)
15. Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
16. Brad Crouch (Adelaide)
17. Jack McCrae (WB)
18. Tim Taranto (GWS)
19. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) *leg?*
20. Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)

FINALS TOP 20
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
4. Luke Shuey (WCE)
5. Tom Lynch (Richmond)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
8. Tim Taranto (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
11. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
12. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
13. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
14 Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)
15. Toby Greene (GWS)
16. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
17. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
18. Jeremy McGovern (WCE)
19. Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
20. Taylor Adams (Collingwood)
 

Seeds

Hall of Famer
Sep 15, 2007
31,940
27,978
I don't know
AFL Club
Geelong
Mine, well I have two lists.
Finals list and home and away list. I feel some players intentionally pace themselves during the regular home and away, whilst others don’t. So here are my lists...

HOME AND AWAY TOP 20
1. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
4. Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
5. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Adam Treloar (Collingwood)
8. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
11. Josh Kelly (GWS)
12. Elliot Yeo (WCE)
13. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
14. Max Gawn (Melbourne)
15. Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
16. Brad Crouch (Adelaide)
17. Jack McCrae (WB)
18. Tim Taranto (GWS)
19. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) *leg?*
20. Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)

FINALS TOP 20
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
4. Luke Shuey (WCE)
5. Tom Lynch (Richmond)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
8. Tim Taranto (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
11. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
12. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
13. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
14 Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)
15. Toby Greene (GWS)
16. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
17. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
18. Jeremy McGovern (WCE)
19. Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
20. Taylor Adams (Collingwood)
No one paces themselves. Some players are injured come finals and others are fit. Some dont have their head screwed on at certain times of the year.
 

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HTPunter

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 27, 2014
5,254
6,235
AFL Club
North Melbourne
If I was at a draft picking for 2020 alone

1. Dustin Martin
2. Nat Fyfe
3. Brodie Grundy
4. Elliot Yeo
5. Patrick Cripps
6. Marcus Bontempelli
7. Max Gawn
8. Patrick Dangerfield
9. Jeremy Cameron
10. Dylan Grimes
11. Lachie Neale
12. Shannon Hurn
13. Tim Kelly
14. Jack Riewoldt
15. Josh Kelly
16. Dane Rampe
17. Jeremy McGovern
18. Luke Shuey
19. Luke Parker
20. Jordan De Goey
 

TheUndertaker

The Phenom from Death Valley
Oct 2, 2008
6,883
10,146
Death Valley
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brothers of Destruction
How is Charlie Cameron ranked higher as a finals player then regular season player? Apart from one great prelim in a ten goal win how else has he shown himself as a great finals player?
Unfair to compare his performances against Dylan Grimes...it’s Dylan Grimes. No one beats Dylan Grimes.
 

Giant Pete

Premiership Player
Jan 17, 2013
4,183
3,565
AFL Club
GWS
If I was at a draft picking for 2020 alone

1. Dustin Martin
2. Nat Fyfe
3. Brodie Grundy
4. Elliot Yeo
5. Patrick Cripps
6. Marcus Bontempelli
7. Max Gawn
8. Patrick Dangerfield
9. Jeremy Cameron
10. Dylan Grimes
11. Lachie Neale
12. Shannon Hurn
13. Tim Kelly
14. Jack Riewoldt
15. Josh Kelly
16. Dane Rampe
17. Jeremy McGovern
18. Luke Shuey
19. Luke Parker
20. Jordan De Goey
Stephen Coniglio stiff.
 

Yojimbo

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 14, 2012
8,590
7,222
On the "Sweet Wagon"
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
I punched a whole lot of random meaningless information into a super computer and it answered with an
equally meaningless list of twenty names that could have come from the phone book. This in no way is
reflective of reality as there are no Richmond players present.

1: Brodie Grundy
2: Nathan Fyfe
3: Patrick Dangerfield
4: Patrick Cripps
5: Marcus Bontempelli
6: Lachie Neale
7: Max Gawn
8: Adam Treloar
9: Clayton Oliver
10: Tim Kelly

11: Jeremy Cameron
12: Jackson Macrae
13: Tim Taranto
14: Dayne Zorko
15: Luke Shuey
16: Joshua Dunkley
17: Lachie Whitfield
18: Andrew Gaff
19: Zachary Merrett
20: Travis Boak

Apologies to Ben Cunnington, if not for all those gut punches delivered to players you could not catch you
were a lock for the top twenty.
 

detox

Club Legend
Nov 26, 2007
2,910
3,133
Melbourne
AFL Club
Hawthorn
If I was at a draft picking for 2020 alone

1. Dustin Martin
2. Nat Fyfe
3. Brodie Grundy
4. Elliot Yeo
5. Patrick Cripps
6. Marcus Bontempelli
7. Max Gawn
8. Patrick Dangerfield
9. Jeremy Cameron
10. Dylan Grimes
11. Lachie Neale
12. Shannon Hurn
13. Tim Kelly
14. Jack Riewoldt
15. Josh Kelly
16. Dane Rampe
17. Jeremy McGovern
18. Luke Shuey
19. Luke Parker
20. Jordan De Goey
Dane Rampe and Luke Parker are not top 20 players.

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TheUndertaker

The Phenom from Death Valley
Oct 2, 2008
6,883
10,146
Death Valley
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brothers of Destruction
I punched a whole lot of random meaningless information into a super computer and it answered with an
equally meaningless list of twenty names that could have come from the phone book. This in no way is
reflective of reality as there are no Richmond players present.

1: Brodie Grundy
2: Nathan Fyfe
3: Patrick Dangerfield
4: Patrick Cripps
5: Marcus Bontempelli
6: Lachie Neale
7: Max Gawn
8: Adam Treloar
9: Clayton Oliver
10: Tim Kelly

11: Jeremy Cameron
12: Jackson Macrae
13: Tim Taranto
14: Dayne Zorko
15: Luke Shuey
16: Joshua Dunkley
17: Lachie Whitfield
18: Andrew Gaff
19: Zachary Merrett
20: Travis Boak

Apologies to Ben Cunnington, if not for all those gut punches delivered to players you could not catch you
were a lock for the top twenty.
Very midfield heavy but good team
 

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catscollector

All Australian
Jun 30, 2018
707
732
AFL Club
Geelong
Mine, well I have two lists.
Finals list and home and away list. I feel some players intentionally pace themselves during the regular home and away, whilst others don’t. So here are my lists...

HOME AND AWAY TOP 20
1. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
4. Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
5. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Adam Treloar (Collingwood)
8. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
11. Josh Kelly (GWS)
12. Elliot Yeo (WCE)
13. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
14. Max Gawn (Melbourne)
15. Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
16. Brad Crouch (Adelaide)
17. Jack McCrae (WB)
18. Tim Taranto (GWS)
19. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) *leg?*
20. Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)

FINALS TOP 20
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
4. Luke Shuey (WCE)
5. Tom Lynch (Richmond)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
8. Tim Taranto (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
11. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
12. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
13. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
14 Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)
15. Toby Greene (GWS)
16. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
17. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
18. Jeremy McGovern (WCE)
19. Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
20. Taylor Adams (Collingwood)
Please remove Dangerfield and add in Selwood who is clearly Geelong's best performed finals player since our last premiership in 2011. In fact, he's been far more consistent in finals than all of your top 10 finals players.
 

Benaly28

Premiership Player
Sep 24, 2016
4,311
9,333
AFL Club
Carlton
If I was at a draft picking for 2020 alone

1. Dustin Martin
2. Nat Fyfe
3. Brodie Grundy
4. Elliot Yeo
5. Patrick Cripps
6. Marcus Bontempelli
7. Max Gawn
8. Patrick Dangerfield
9. Jeremy Cameron
10. Dylan Grimes
11. Lachie Neale
12. Shannon Hurn
13. Tim Kelly
14. Jack Riewoldt
15. Josh Kelly
16. Dane Rampe
17. Jeremy McGovern
18. Luke Shuey
19. Luke Parker
20. Jordan De Goey
Not a bad list but Riewoldt,Parker are top 50 whilst Rampe is just baffling.
 

Milanista28

Brownlow Medallist
Dec 2, 2014
12,412
19,743
AFL Club
Essendon
Mine, well I have two lists.
Finals list and home and away list. I feel some players intentionally pace themselves during the regular home and away, whilst others don’t. So here are my lists...

HOME AND AWAY TOP 20
1. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
4. Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
5. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Adam Treloar (Collingwood)
8. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
11. Josh Kelly (GWS)
12. Elliot Yeo (WCE)
13. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
14. Max Gawn (Melbourne)
15. Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
16. Brad Crouch (Adelaide)
17. Jack McCrae (WB)
18. Tim Taranto (GWS)
19. Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) *leg?*
20. Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)

FINALS TOP 20
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
4. Luke Shuey (WCE)
5. Tom Lynch (Richmond)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
8. Tim Taranto (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
11. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
12. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
13. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
14 Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)
15. Toby Greene (GWS)
16. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
17. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
18. Jeremy McGovern (WCE)
19. Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
20. Taylor Adams (Collingwood)
Are you saying Tippa will win us a final? Sign me up if so.
 

BarbieITFC

Debutant
May 11, 2015
122
357
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Ipswich Town FC, Leeds Rhinos
Adelaide -
Brisbane - Neale
Carlton - Cripps
Collingwood - De Goey, Grundy
Essendon -
Fremantle - Fyfe, Pearce
Geelong - Dangerfield
Gold Coast -
GWS - Coniglio, Cameron
Hawthorn -
Melbourne - Gawn
North Melbourne -
Port Adelaide -
Richmond - Rance, Grimes, Lynch, Martin
St Kilda -
Sydney - Franklin
West Coast - Yeo, McGovern, Sheppard
Western Bulldogs - Bont, Macrae

I stand by A Pearce being in the Top 20 despite my purple tinted goggles. It's no coincidence we went into the bye having the second tightest defence, fifth on the ladder and having just beaten the Pies at the G...to an absolute collapse post bye without Pearce playing a single game. Arguably he's more important to us than Fyfe and last year his absence probably dropped us 4-5 places on the ladder.

It remains to see how he will do post-injury, but I'm backing Rance and Buddy in this list to come back fully firing from injury.
 

Endless

Senior List
Jul 21, 2014
209
281
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Martin
Dangerfield
Fyfe
Grundy
Cripps
Bontempelli
McGovern J
Gawn
Yeo
Zorko

Kelly T
Whitfield
Macrae
Cameron J
Darling
Walters
Greene T
Neale
Prestia
Kelly J
 

B4Bear

Norm Smith Medallist
Jul 6, 2011
5,176
8,470
Melbourne
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Adelaide -
Brisbane - Neale
Carlton - Cripps
Collingwood - De Goey, Grundy
Essendon -
Fremantle - Fyfe, Pearce
Geelong - Dangerfield
Gold Coast -
GWS - Coniglio, Cameron
Hawthorn -
Melbourne - Gawn
North Melbourne -
Port Adelaide -
Richmond - Rance, Grimes, Lynch, Martin
St Kilda -
Sydney - Franklin
West Coast - Yeo, McGovern, Sheppard
Western Bulldogs - Bont, Macrae

I stand by A Pearce being in the Top 20 despite my purple tinted goggles. It's no coincidence we went into the bye having the second tightest defence, fifth on the ladder and having just beaten the Pies at the G...to an absolute collapse post bye without Pearce playing a single game. Arguably he's more important to us than Fyfe and last year his absence probably dropped us 4-5 places on the ladder.

It remains to see how he will do post-injury, but I'm backing Rance and Buddy in this list to come back fully firing from injury.
If you can not find a place for Ben Brown, the only forward to kick 60+ goals for three years straight, then you really don't do football.

Franklin is cooked, or is that coked? Either way, he is a shadow of the player he was in his prime.
 

Thrawn

Hall of Famer
Jul 21, 2001
32,469
24,364
Melbourne, Australia.
AFL Club
Carlton
FINALS TOP 20
1. Dustin Martin (Richmond)
2. Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
3. Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
4. Luke Shuey (WCE)
5. Tom Lynch (Richmond)
6. Tim Kelly (WCE)
7. Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
8. Tim Taranto (GWS)
9. Alex Rance (Richmond)
10. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
11. Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
12. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
13. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
14 Charlie Cameron (Brisbane)
15. Toby Greene (GWS)
16. Jordan De Goey (Collingwood)
17. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
18. Jeremy McGovern (WCE)
19. Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
20. Taylor Adams (Collingwood)
Haha.
 

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