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    Impressive leap but does he only jump on team mates heads and backs?
    I noticed the same. I recall Jayden Schofield being lauded on the back for his big mark attempts (and his smart mouth), what was lost on many was the way he often spoiled his own team mates who were in better positions.

    Still Alleer should have some teams after him given his athletic traits.
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    By Kevin Sheehan
    https://www.afl.com.au/news/684085/k...edium-forwards


    2021 NAB AFL Draft – Top Draft Prospects - Medium Forwards


    Miller Bergman
    Dandenong Stingrays, NAB League / Berwick FC / Mazenod College
    State: Victoria (Country)
    Height: 188cm
    Weight: 65kg
    Date of Birth: 25/01/03

    Medium forward who also plays on the wing or at half-back. He's the player his team loves to see with the ball in his hands being a great decision-maker and user of the ball by hand and foot. Very lightly built now but has the repeatable skills and athletic traits to be a real AFL prospect as he develops physically. Showed his considerable potential in representing Victoria Country Under-19s in NAB AFL Draft Challenge match against Victoria Metro in July as well as impressing in seven matches for the Stingrays averaging 17.7 disposals at 79 per cent efficiency.


    Paul Curtis
    Western Jets, NAB League / Keilor FC
    State: Victoria (Metro)
    Height: 183cm
    Weight: 78kg
    Date of Birth: 04/03/03

    Medium forward with a sharp eye for a goal who burst onto the radar with four goals for the Western Jets in the NAB League early in the year before carrying that goalkicking form into Victorian Metro trials and then playing in the game against Victoria Country kicking a total of six goals in those two matches. A left-footer who anticipates well as a forward and first to move, he has strong hands overhead and on the lead. Played seven matches for the Jets averaging 12.1 disposals and two goals with his overall performances in the NAB League and for Victoria Metro earning him 'Team of the Year' honors. From a sporting family with his mother having represented her native country Tonga in netball.


    Arlo Draper
    South Adelaide, SANFL / Willunga FC
    State: South Australia
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 75kg
    Date of Birth: 30/01/03

    Medium forward with a few tricks which make him difficult to contain including his aerial ability, dazzling speed and agility which can turn an opponent inside out. Has a touch of Connor Rozee's class about him and has already played a couple of senior matches with South Adelaide coming up through the grades after dominating Under-18s where he averaged 24.4 disposals in nine matches. Represented South Australia at Under-19s level against Western Australia on two occasions gathering 14 disposals in game one before injuring his shoulder in the second match being the Toyota AFL Grand Final curtain-raiser, putting a stop to his season.


    Neil Erasmus
    Subiaco, WAFL / Sorrento-Duncraig FC / Hale
    State: Western Australia
    Height: 188cm
    Weight: 80kg
    Date of Birth: 02/12/03

    Medium forward with exciting natural sporting talent only this season focusing purely on an AFL career after being an elite underaged cricketer. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa he was selected earlier this year in the Australian Under-18s AFL team and grasped the opportunity to be one of his side's best in a representative match against Geelong's VFL side in April. Dominated Under-18s in the WAFL earlier in the year, averaging 28 disposals, 7.8 marks and 6.3 clearances along with a state trial before injury resulting in him missing all NAB AFL Challenge matches against South Australia. A mercurial type of player, his overhead marking and footy smarts help make him an exciting prospect.


    Morgan Ferres
    Sturt, SANFL / St. Peter's College
    State: South Australia
    Height: 190cm
    Weight: 80kg
    Date of Birth: 13/03/03

    Medium forward who uses his acceleration, natural leap and aerial skills to present as a target for his team. Strong contested ball winner, particularly one on one. Played predominantly at Reserves level at Sturt after dominating Under-18s when not representing St Peter's College. Also showed slices of his potential in three matches for South Australia at U19 level with his 15 disposals and three goals against the Allies his best performance putting him among his state's best players.


    Brady Hough
    Peel Thunder, WAFL / Harvey FC
    State: Western Australia
    Height: 189cm
    Weight: 71kg
    Date of Birth: 05/03/03

    Medium forward/wingman who covers the ground exceptionally well and is very composed under pressure with the football in hand. Very dangerous player around goals, he has averaged 22.2 disposals and 5.2 marks in 11 matches at Under-18s level this year as well as representing Western Australia at Under-19s level on three occasions, averaging 13 disposals. Starred on debut at league level for Peel in wing/defender role with 22 disposals and a goal showcasing his potential. From a very sporting family with his mother having represented her state in basketball.


    Blake Howes
    Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Parkdale FC / St. Bede's
    State: Victoria (Metro)
    Height: 190cm
    Weight: 79kg
    Date of Birth: 07/04/03

    Medium forward who also has shown the versatility to adapt well to playing on the wing this year, using his lively speed and thrilling marking to great effect. An innate ability around goals adds to his armory - he played for both the Australian Under-18s and Victorian Metro Under-19s in representative matches this year, giving encouraging glimpses of his potential. Has Jack Gunston traits as a lead-up forward and this year played seven matches for the Sandringham Dragons, averaging 15.7 disposals and a goal a game to earn 'Team of the Year' honours for his overall performances.


    Shay Linke
    Central Districts, SANFL / Tanunda FC
    State: South Australia
    Height: 190cm
    Weight: 79kg
    Date of Birth: 08/05/03

    Medium forward who can push up into the midfield and use his endurance, footy smarts and skill set to win and use the ball effectively for his team. A strong overhead mark and powerful kick, he dominated at Under-18s level averaging 27.7 disposals in three matches before progressing at Centrals through the Reserves to play six League games, having an impact in his first season. Outstanding at Under-19s representative level in final match against Western Australia, having 24 disposals (12 contested possessions) and taking six marks to be among his state's best players.


    Kai Lohmann
    GWV Rebels, NAB League / Lake Wendoree FC/ St Pats
    State: Victoria (Country)
    Height: 185cm
    Weight: 77kg
    Date of Birth: 06/05/03

    Medium forward with mercurial ability in the air and around goals, using his pace and agility to create opportunities. A competitive type, he has some of the traits of Isaac Heeney with the ability to make something out of nothing up forward with that real X-factor in the air. Missed the Victoria Country Under-19s match with injury, he played nine matches for the Rebels this year, averaging 15.3 disposals, 4.7 marks and almost a goal a game. His impressive combination of speed (2.99 seconds for 20 metres) and endurance (six minutes 19 seconds for 2km) stood out at the Victorian Country Combine, highlighting his athletic prowess.


    Charlie Molan
    GWV Rebels, NAB League / East Point
    State: Victoria (Country)
    Height: 187cm
    Weight: 86kg
    Date of Birth: 23/01/03

    Medium forward who can play wing or half-back with his ability to link up using his running capacity then vision, awareness and neat disposal to set up his team. Went forward later this season for GWV Rebels, adapting very well providing a mobile marking target for his side. Ultra-consistent player in the NAB League, playing 10 matches and averaging 17.7 disposals and 4.1 marks in a range of roles, winning him the Rebels' best and fairest award as well as selection in the NAB League 'Team of the Year'. A fierce competitor with footy smarts, he also showed his prowess for Victoria Country at Under-19 level with a brilliant goal on the run, a real highlight of his game.


    Luke Nankervis
    Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Bentleigh FC
    State: Victoria (Metro)
    Height: 189cm
    Weight: 76kg
    Date of Birth: 25/05/03

    Medium forward who can win his own ball, using his speed and aerial ability to impact the game. Can push up and play on the wing or even on the inside through the midfield given his combative style. Played eight matches for the Dragons this year, averaging 13.5 disposals along with 3.4 marks and 0.5 goals.


    Mitch Owens
    Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Beaumaris FC / Mentone Grammar
    State: Victoria (Metro)
    Height: 190cm
    Weight: 85kg
    Date of Birth: 24/09/03

    Medium forward who grabbed his chance when he received a last-minute call-up to the Victoria Metro Under-19s team for its NAB AFL Challenge match against Victoria Country, gathering 29 possessions, seven marks and kicking a goal to be one of his side's best. Can also play inside midfield and use his height at stoppages to great effect after growing over 10cm in the past 12 months. A strong overhead mark as well, he has continued his impressive season with the Dragons averaging 18.6 disposals in five matches.


    Lochlan Paton
    West Perth. WAFL / Joondalup Kinross FC
    State: Western Australia
    Height: 182cm
    Weight: 75kg
    Date of Birth: 18/12/03

    Medium forward who excels in playing that high half-forward role in pushing up the ground and using his workrate to create opportunities for his team before pushing back to hit the scoreboard. Had an impressive year at under-18s level in the WAFL playing 11 games, averaging 20.4 disposals with 3.6 clearances and 4.5 tackles. Represented Western Australia at under-19s level against South Australia on three occasions and was a solid contributor, averaging 15 disposals, including being among his side's best in the final match with 19 disposals and two goals.


    Lachie Rankin
    Oakleigh Chargers, NAB League / Beverley Hills FC / Caulfield Grammar
    State: Victoria (Metro)
    Height: 182cm
    Weight: 68kg
    Date of Birth: 05/02/03

    Medium forward who can also play as a defender using his footy smarts, vision and awareness to set up the play at either end. Has a real innate ability around goals, reading the cues to get to the fall of the ball and converting under pressure. Another to seize his opportunity when given a late call-up to the Australian Under-18s team against Geelong's VFL side in April after being in sparkling early-season touch. A real competitor in one-on-one situations, he mixed his football between Caulfield Grammar and the Chargers, averaging 12 disposals and a goal a game in just four matches in the season shortened by lockdown.


    Ethan Regan
    East Perth, WAFL / Morley JFC
    State: Western Australia
    Height: 191cm
    Weight: 82kg
    Date of Birth: 09/04/03

    Medium forward with a real aggressive, competitive streak through him helping him adapt to playing in defence as well. Up forward, he reads the ball well in flight and is a strong overhead mark with his booming kick another feature of his play. Has good acceleration for his size and showed glimpses of his potential in representing Western Australia in two Under-19s Challenge matches against South Australia. Is eligible for West Coast Eagles under the AFL's Next Generation Academy rules, with his mother born in Malaysia.


    Luca Whitelum
    Central Districts, SANFL / Tanunda FC / Sacred Heart College
    State: South Australia
    Height: 188cm
    Weight: 77kg
    Date of Birth: 16/07/03

    Medium forward who presents impressively as a lead-up forward, providing the link-up through the middle of the ground. Uses his strong marking, endurance and clean hands at ground level to provide opportunities for his team and has progressed through the Under-18s at Centrals, averaging 17.5 disposals in four matches to playing impressively in Reserves finals. Played for South Australia in the final U19 Challenge match against Western Australia after completing his finals club commitments at Centrals.
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    By Kevin Sheehan
    https://www.afl.com.au/news/685342/k...dium-defenders


    2021 NAB AFL Draft – Top Draft Prospects - Medium Defenders

    Braden Andrews
    Oakleigh Charges, NAB League / Boroondara FC / Carey Grammar
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 189cm
    Weight: 83kg
    Date of Birth: 21/02/03

    Medium defender who has had an injury interrupted year after playing consistently well for Victoria Metro at under-16s level in 2019 to earn All-Australian honours after averaging 16.7 disposals and showing he had the power to navigate through heavy traffic. Played just five games at NAB League level this year and missed the NAB AFL Academy game against Geelong’s VFL team due to injury.


    Sam Banks
    Tasmania Devils, NAB League / Clarence FC
    State: Tasmania
    Height: 187cm
    Weight: 71kg
    Date of Birth: 02/04/03

    Medium defender also capable of displaying his polish through the midfield. His use of the ball is elite, being a combination of precise decision making and neat disposal by hand and foot. Been Tasmania’s shining light for several years, winning its MVP and All-Australian honours at under-16s level in 2019. Had an injury interrupted season after suffering a broken wrist, missing the NAB AFL Academy game. But was in sparkling form before and after that, playing four matches with the Devils in the NAB League, averaging 21.8 disposals and was selected in NAB League’s Team of the Year.


    Zac Becker
    Sturt, SANFL
    State: South Australia
    Height: 190cm
    Weight: 91kg
    Date of Birth: 21/09/03

    Medium defender who reads the play well, anticipating when to move to intercept mark or spoil. Capable of playing on a range of taller and smaller opponents and embraces the challenge. Had an entertaining duel with Western Australia’s most dangerous tall forward Jye Amiss in the first NAB AFL Challenge Game winning plenty of admirers and played all four representative matches for his state, including pushing forward and kicking three goals against the Allies to show his versatility. Dominant early in the under-18s for his club, he graduated to play seven reserves games, averaging 18 disposals in an impressive development year. Born in the Netherlands to Australian parents, his father Tom was a professional baseballer who not only represented his country at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, but at one point signed with the New York Yankees and played in their minors team.



    Cooper Beecken
    Glenelg, SANFL / Sacred Heart College
    State: South Australia
    Height: 191cm
    Weight: 75kg
    Date of Birth: 24/02/03

    Medium defender who is a composed player. He uses the ball well on his preferred left foot and provides polished use of the ball out of defence. Reads the ball exceptionally well in the air to take intercept marks, but also stays in the contest at ground level with his reaction time and agility helping him. He makes impressive second and third efforts. Having elite endurance for his size, he works hard to outnumber the opposition, using his game sense to impact the play. A South Australian under-19s representative against Western Australia and the Allies, he played 15 games at under-18s level, averaging 17.5 disposals for Glenelg as well as a couple at Reserves level. His agility was the standout feature of his performance at the Draft Combine in SA with a time of 8.07 seconds for the AFL Agility run (ranked second overall).



    Luke Beecken
    Woodville-West Torrens, SANFL
    State: South Australia
    Height: 185cm
    Weight: 73kg
    Date of Birth: 18/04/01

    Medium defender whose run and carry and elite ball use has drawn comparisons to Adelaide star Brodie Smith. Beecken had a breakout season at senior level playing 16 games where he averaged 15.6 disposals at 78 per cent efficiency in a premiership side at the Eagles. Cousin of Cooper, his form late in the season resulted in his invitation to the NAB AFL Draft Combine in SA performing strongly in the 2km endurance test with a time of 6:34, which was ranked third overall.


    Sam Breuer
    GWV Rebels, NAB League / Horsham Saints FC / Ballarat Grammar
    State: Victoria Country
    Height: 183cm
    Weight: 81kg
    Date of Birth: 26/06/03

    Medium defender who also has gone into the midfield this year and shown his versatility on the inside. Wins his own ball in one-on-one situations and looks very composed with ball in hand he also applies consistent pressure on the opposition with his aggressive tackling. Son of former AFL star Shayne Breuer, who played for Geelong (71 games) and Port Adelaide (54 games), he doesn’t qualify for either club under the father-son rule so is in the open 2021 NAB AFL Draft. Represented Victoria Country at under-19s level this year as well as impressing in 10 matches for the Rebels, averaging 17.5 disposals and 5.1 tackles in defensive and midfield roles.



    Tom Brown
    Murray Bushrangers, NAB League / Mooroopna FC / Geelong Grammar
    State: Victoria Country
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 77kg
    Date of Birth: 30/07/03

    A line-breaking defender who loves to take the game on and step past the opposition using his elite agility. Composed and a great decision maker he can also go forward and impact the game. His father Paul played 84 games for Geelong but it wasn’t enough to qualify as a father-son so he’s eligible in the open 2021 NAB AFL Draft. Represented Victoria Country at under-19s level against Victoria Metro in 2021 and was among his team’s best as well as playing five matches for the Bushrangers, averaging 16.8 disposals at an impressive 75 per cent efficiency as he mixed his football between the Bushies and Geelong Grammar. Showed his speed over 20 metres with the second best time of 2.98 seconds at the Draft Combine for Victoria Country.



    Jase Burgoyne
    Woodville-West Torrens, SANFL
    State: South Australia
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 65kg
    Date of Birth: 15/07/03

    Dazzling running defender who can also bring his talents into the midfield and have an impact for his team. His acceleration from stoppages and neat side step are complemented by his distribution by hand and foot making him a thrilling prospect. Caught the eye when playing for the Australian NAB AFL Academy team in April as well as his two performances for South Australia against Western Australia at under-19s level where he averaged 21 disposals to be one of his team’s best. Son of Port Adelaide great Peter Burgoyne, Jase is eligible to join the Power as a father-son selection and was permitted this season to play three games at senior level for Port Magpies where he averaged 15.7 disposals.



    Luke Cleary
    Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Beaumaris FC
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 189cm
    Weight: 80kg
    Date of Birth: 05/03/02

    Invited to the NAB AFL Draft Combine last year but overlooked in the 2020 NAB AFL Draft, he has bounced back, taking every opportunity to impress including strong performances in the Victorian Young Guns match as well as representing Victoria Metro at under-19s level. This complemented his polished performances for the Sandringham Dragons, playing seven matches and averaging 20.1 disposals at 82 per cent efficiency (a strong indication of his composure with the ball in hand). A fine intercept mark and reader of the play across half-back, he finished runner-up in the Dragons' best-and-fairest award this year.



    Ben De Bolfo
    Northern Knights, NAB League / Heidelberg FC
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 189cm
    Weight: 80kg
    Date of Birth: 21/06/02

    Medium defender capable of matching up on taller opponents using his anticipation and intercept marking to rebound for his team. Defends well one on one and sets up the play with his precise decision making and execution on his preferred left foot. Was one of the best for Victoria Metro in its NAB AFL Under-19s Challenge match against Victoria Country, and he played six matches for the Northern Knights for an average of 14.7 disposals and four marks.



    Josh Fahey
    GWS Giants Academy, NAB League / Queanbeyan FC
    State: New South Wales / ACT
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 76kg
    Date of Birth: 11/11/03

    Medium defender/wingman who really takes the game on using his speed, step through traffic and prodigious elite left foot to break the game open. Starred for the Australian NAB AFL Academy team against Geelong’s VFL side in April, winning the AFL Commission Chairman’s Medal as Australia’s best player with 23 disposals at 75 per ent efficiency. Played three games for the GWS Giants in the VFL this year, averaging 13.3 disposals with his best being 24 disposals against Richmond. Recorded an outstanding 5:59 (Strava tested) for the 2km time trial in NAB AFL Draft Combine testing.



    Joel Fitzgerald
    Northern Knights, NAB League / St. Mary’s FC / Parade College
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 187cm
    Weight: 78kg
    Date of Birth: 08/08/03

    Prolific ball-winning defender whose intercept marking, decision making and ball use helps him set up the play for his team. Starred for the Northern Knights in the NAB League, averaging 28 disposals at 72 per cent efficiency in eight matches to finish third in their best-and-fairest award this season.



    Cooper Hamilton
    Bendigo Pioneers, NAB League / Colbinabbin FC / Caulfield Grammar
    State: Victoria Country
    Height: 184cm
    Weight: 83kg
    Date of Birth: 24/09/03

    Medium defender/midfielder with elite endurance which enables him to get to multiple contests as well as outnumber the opposition. A very strong contested mark, he also uses the ball effectively by hand and foot. Represented both the Australian under-18s team and Victoria Country this year after being an All-Australian at under-16s level in 2019. He played four matches in the NAB League, averaging 13.2 disposals (7.5 contested) and 4.8 tackles. His time of 5:48 for the 2km time trial at the Victorian Country Draft Combine was the second-fastest ever. His twin brother Hugh is also a draft contender with both dividing their football between Caulfield Grammar and the Pioneers.



    Corey Preston
    Eastern Ranges, NAB League / Ferntree Gully
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 182cm
    Weight: 77kg
    Date of Birth: 18/12/02

    Medium defender/forward with exciting speed and a dynamic left foot. Developing into a versatile player who opened the season kicking four goals as a forward before having 29 disposals as a defender in a Victorian Metro trial game. Invited to the NAB AFL Draft Combine last year but overlooked in the 2020 NAB AFL Draft, he trained in the pre-season with the Western Bulldogs and was considered for a rookie spot but has benefited from the experience as he continues to develop his football craft. Played in the Victorian Young Guns game as well as representing Victoria Metro at under-19s level, he also played two games with Footscray in the VFL. Averaged 16 disposals in five matches for the Ranges this year and was selected in NAB League’s Team of the Year.



    Lewis Rayson
    Glenelg, SANFL / Ex. Sacred Heart College
    State: South Australia
    Height: 183cm
    Weight: 69kg
    Date of Birth: 14/01/03

    Dashing defender who is capable of setting up the play with his penetrating left foot. A one-touch player below the knees, he reads the play exceptionally well, running hard to outnumber the opposition and rebound for this team using his blistering speed. South Australia’s leading possession winner with 25 disposals against Western Australia in the NAB AFL Under-19’s Championships match in August, he played predominantly at under-18s level in the SANFL, averaging 26.7 disposals in 14 matches this year for Glenelg, including 27 in the losing Grand Final side. A back injury kept him out of NAB AFL Draft Combine testing.



    Josh Sinn
    Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Old Xavierians
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 78kg
    Date of Birth: 07/01/03

    Dashing defender who breaks the lines with his acceleration and penetrating left foot. Had an injury-interrupted year, missing the Australian AFL Academy game with a hamstring injury before impressing for Victoria Metro in its match against Victoria Country but suffered an ankle injury late in the match. An All-Australian at under-16s level in 2019, he played five matches with the Dragons this year, averaging 17.6 disposals, and also making the NAB League’s Team of the Year. Recorded a sharp 2.98 seconds for 20 metres at Victorian NAB League testing earlier in the year, then a solid 6:41 in the 2km time trial.


    Hamish Sinnott
    GWV Rebels, NAB League / Camperdown
    State: Victoria Country
    Height: 186cm
    Weight: 67kg
    Date of Birth: 25/11/03

    Medium defender with high footy IQ and is a neat user of the ball. Intercept marks are a feature of his game, using his anticipation in reading the play and clean hands to execute. A member of the Victoria under-19 team in its AFL Challenge match against Victoria Metro, he also played 10 matches for the Rebels and was resolute in defence, averaging 13.7 disposals at 67 per cent efficiency. His elite endurance was on display at the Victorian Country Draft Combine recording 5:58 (ranked second) for the 2km time trial.



    Bryce Watson
    Swan Districts, WAFL / Gin Gin FC
    State: Western Australia
    Height: 183cm
    Weight: 70kg
    Date of Birth: 28/01/03

    Medium defender with dazzling pace and a prolific ball winner who excels in winning his own ball in contested situations. Impressed for Western Australia in its win over South Australia in the NAB AFL Under-19s Championship match as well as for Swan Districts at Colts level, averaging 17.1 disposals in 15 matches and being a prominent member of their premiership team. Showcased his athleticism at WA's Draft Combine with his 2.95 seconds for 20 metres and 8.01 seconds for AFL Agility run (ranked second).
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    Darcy Wilmot
    Northern Knights, NAB League / Montmorency FC / Hazelglen College
    State: Victoria Metro
    Height: 183cm
    Weight: 75lg
    Date of Birth: 16/05/03

    Medium defender with natural power and agility whose intercept marking is a real feature of his game. Very strong contested ball winner who uses the ball well in rebounding for his team. Played seven games for the Northern Knights, averaging 15.1 disposals and often was involved in 60-metre plays. Another player to shine in Victoria Metro's impressive win over Victoria Country at under-19s level in July, and rewarded for his overall form with selection in the NAB League Team of the Year.
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    Are we going to have another pick after Darcy? I always get confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grantysghost View Post
    Are we going to have another pick after Darcy? I always get confused.
    I think so, maybe two picks after we match the bid for Darcy
    I also have the feeling that Darcy might go at pick 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    I think so, maybe two picks after we match the bid for Darcy
    I also have the feeling that Darcy might go at pick 4

    Don't do that. Don't give me hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    I think so, maybe two picks after we match the bid for Darcy
    I also have the feeling that Darcy might go at pick 4
    Do we get to keep pick 23 if thats the case?
    The curse is dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chef View Post
    Do we get to keep pick 23 if thats the case?
    No, that will get swallowed up. We will be picking at the back end of the draft.
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    Is Corey preston a chance to be rookied? Would be a good story if he can, with the vfl connection

    I like the reading Erasmus traits. Sounds like a good ball winning mid , good size . Hopefully he is quick and can run all day

    Th is Dr for the posts . Enjoyable reading on what if.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitcha View Post
    Impressive leap but does he only jump on team mates heads and backs?
    I think that 2 and 3 are part of the same leap. 2 is up and 3 is down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macca View Post
    Is Corey preston a chance to be rookied? Would be a good story if he can, with the vfl connection

    I like the reading Erasmus traits. Sounds like a good ball winning mid , good size . Hopefully he is quick and can run all day

    Th is Dr for the posts . Enjoyable reading on what if….
    He could very well be in our draft mix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    No, that will get swallowed up. We will be picking at the back end of the draft.
    So what are the interesting prospects at the back end?
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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    AFL Draft 2021 ultimate guide: Every clubs picks, list needs and targets

    Western Bulldogs
    Draft picks: 23, 43, 44, 45, 52, 93

    List needs: Key defender, ruckman

    Who could be available at first pick: Sam Darcy

    In the mix after that: Charlie Dean, Sam Skinner, Cody Raak, Ewan Macpherson, Jack Avery, Hugh Stagg

    Its all about Darcy for the Bulldogs and rightly so. The son of club great Luke moves incredibly well for a 204cm big man, but what he can do in the air is even more impressive at either end, too. With pick 23 set to be eaten up by the Darcy bid, rival clubs are aware the Bulldogs would be open to trading it, in order to strengthen its hand at the back-end this year, or next. The VFLs Fothergill-Round-Mitchell Medallist, Dean, could fill an immediate need in defence late in the draft, as could Skinner, with the former Lion starring as an intercept defender for South Adelaide in the SANFL this year. Perths Jack Avery was overlooked in last years draft but hes another prospect capable of having instant impact across half-back, following a standout season in the WAFL. Raak (NGA) and Macpherson (father-son) were also overlooked by the Bulldogs in 2020 but trained with the club in January.

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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Dry Rot View Post
    So what are the interesting prospects at the back end?
    We have 4 or 5 boys at Footscray that might be around the mark.
    There is also a fair chance that some players might slide and some names to consider would be Hugh Stagg (T&T is a fan) Shay Linke and a boy over in WA a mate has mentioned to me a couple of times called Jahmal Stretch.
    I'll do some more research.
    Western Bulldogs Football Club "Where it's cool to drool"

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