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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    Well if we're looking at later draft types and have a list spot free:

    Will Spain (178cm, 69kg from Sturt)
    Spain is an interesting player from a draft perspective, he won't come into calculations early yet I'd back him as a safe pick for a long career. Sometimes it seems like the coaches even forget about him a bit, as he seemingly isn't in the midfield mix for SA and will be forced to find a home across half forward. What sets him apart though is he's such a smart player - he can rack up the touches in the midfield, distribute the ball from in close and versatile enough to have an impact in the forward half. But if you want to know what to expect from Spain, between rounds 12 to 14 this year he recorded a massive 46 tackles. In 3 games.
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    Josh Cripps - Partrick's younger brother.
    199cm overager coming off an ACL. WA. I know little about him but he just reads like the kind of late selection the Bulldogs normally consider. The last WA kid coming off an ACL we drafted has done alright.
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    YOUR CLUB'S 2021 PICKS

    Adelaide 4, 23, 37, 59, 63
    Brisbane 15, 18, 47, 52, 57, 73
    Carlton 6, 25, 61
    Collingwood 33, 39, 41, 45
    Essendon 11, 48, 54
    Fremantle 8, 27
    Geelong 30, 31, 35, 53
    Gold Coast 3, 19, 22, 43, 55, 58, 66
    GWS Giants 2, 12, 49, 67
    Hawthorn 5, 21, 24, 56, 62
    Melbourne 34, 42, 51
    North Melbourne 1, 20, 38, 70
    Port Adelaide 17, 60, 71, 72
    Richmond 7, 16, 26, 28, 40, 44
    St Kilda 9, 46, 64
    Sydney 13, 32, 68
    West Coast 10, 29, 36, 50, 65
    Western Bulldogs 14, 69
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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    That chart looks like there’s a bit of work to do for Mr. Power etc.
    I will never see #16 the same!!

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    AFL Draft Camp Invites list

    https://www.afl.com.au/news/670097/w...-list-revealed
    2020 NAB AFL DRAFT COMBINE LIST

    NSW-ACT
    Angus Anderson – Sydney Swans Academy
    Ryan Eyers – Murray Bushrangers
    Josh Fahey – GWS Academy
    Harrison Grintell – GWS Academy
    Patrick Voss – Oakleigh Chargers/GWS Academy

    Northern Territory
    Andy Moniz-Wakefield – NT Thunder
    Ned Stevens – NT Thunder/Gold Coast Academy

    Queensland
    Will Bella – Gold Coast Academy
    Austin Harris – Gold Coast Academy
    Bodhi Uwland – Gold Coast Academy

    South Australia
    Leek Aleer – Central District
    Cooper Beecken – Glenelg
    Isaac Birt – South Adelaide
    Jase Burgoyne – Woodville-West Torrens
    Lukas Cooke – Woodville-West Torrens
    Arlo Draper – South Adelaide
    Morgan Ferres – Sturt
    Jason Horne-Francis – South Adelaide
    Shay Linke – Central District
    Cooper Murley – Norwood
    Blayne O'Loughlin – North Adelaide
    Lewis Rayson – Glenelg
    Matt Roberts – South Adelaide
    Hugh Stagg – Glenelg
    Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera – Glenelg
    Luca Whitelum – Central District
    James Willis – North Adelaide

    Tasmania
    Sam Banks – Clarence
    Baker Smith – Clarence
    Will Splann – North Hobart

    Vic Country
    Mac Andrew – Dandenong Stingrays
    Jamieson Ballantyne – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Miller Bergman – Dandenong Stingrays
    Tom Brown – Murray Bushrangers
    Sam Butler – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Campbell Chesser – Sandringham Dragons
    Judson Clarke – Dandenong Stingrays
    Toby Conway – Geelong Falcons
    Josh Gibcus – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Cooper Hamilton – Bendigo Pioneers
    Ben Hobbs – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Mitch Knevitt – Geelong Falcons
    Kai Lohmann – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Connor MacDonald – Dandenong Stingrays
    Charlie Molan – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Josh Rachele – Murray Bushrangers
    Josh Rentsch – Greater Western Victoria Rebels
    Jai Serong – Gippsland Power
    Hamish Sinnott – Greater Western Victoria Rebels

    Vic Metro
    Finn Callaghan – Sandringham Dragons
    Anthony Caminiti – Northern Knights
    Paul Curtis – Western Jets
    Nick Daicos – Oakleigh Chargers
    Sam Darcy – Oakleigh Chargers
    Youseph Dib – Oakleigh Chargers
    Josh Goater – Calder Cannons
    Blake Howes – Sandringham Dragons
    Tyreece Leiu – Eastern Ranges
    Ned Long – Northern Knights
    Mitchito Owens – Sandringham Dragons
    Corey Preston – Eastern Ranges
    Lachie Rankin – Oakleigh Chargers
    Josh Sinn – Sandringham Dragons
    Jake Soligo – Eastern Ranges
    Tyler Sonsie – Eastern Ranges
    Zac Taylor – Calder Cannons
    Dante Visentini – Sandringham Dragons
    Josh Ward – Northern Knights
    Darcy Wilmot – Northern Knights
    Marcus Windhager – Sandringham Dragons
    Karl Worner – Oakleigh Chargers

    Western Australia
    Jye Amiss – East Perth
    Rhett Bazzo – Swan Districts
    Eric Benning – Claremont
    Josh Browne – East Fremantle
    Kade Dittmar – East Perth
    Neil Erasmus – Subiaco
    Brady Hough – Peel Thunder
    Matthew Johnson – Subiaco
    Jesse Motlop – South Fremantle
    Lochlan Paton – West Perth
    Ethan Regan – East Perth
    Angus Sheldrick – Claremont
    Jahmal Stretch – Claremont (one for Morfra - small forward from amazing Halls Creek)
    James Tunstill – East Perth
    Jacob van Rooyen – Claremont
    Corey Warner – East Fremabtle
    Bryce Watson – Swan Districts
    Jack Williams – East Fremantle
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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    No Cody Raak. Ranked 36 in NAB League SuperCoach points and Vic Metro member.

    I wonder if we see enough a year on for a either a very late pick or Cat B spot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogtragic View Post
    No Cody Raak. Ranked 36 in NAB League SuperCoach points and Vic Metro member.

    I wonder if we see enough a year on for a either a very late pick or Cat B spot?
    In terms of risk/reward, a Cat B spot seems a no brainer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogtragic View Post
    No Cody Raak. Ranked 36 in NAB League SuperCoach points and Vic Metro member.

    I wonder if we see enough a year on for a either a very late pick or Cat B spot?
    We'll know if there is a separate state combine release soon. He's right under our noses and was touted as a potential mid-season draft pick so he must be on the radar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOG GOD View Post
    That chart looks like there’s a bit of work to do for Mr. Power etc.
    I'm looking at Gold Coast's plethora of late picks and sense an opportunity. Brisbane as well (Richmond will probably cut hard this year so will use most/all of their picks)
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    Re: 2021 draft watch

    WA had a good win over SA. Based on the trends, I think it’s going to be hard to see Vic Metro & maybe Vic Country playing champs again this year. Going to make drafting a little harder again from the Vic prospects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    Western Australia
    Jye Amiss – East Perth
    Rhett Bazzo – Swan Districts
    Eric Benning – Claremont
    Josh Browne – East Fremantle
    Kade Dittmar – East Perth
    Neil Erasmus – Subiaco
    Brady Hough – Peel Thunder
    Matthew Johnson – Subiaco
    Jesse Motlop – South Fremantle
    Lochlan Paton – West Perth
    Ethan Regan – East Perth
    Angus Sheldrick – Claremont
    Jahmal Stretch – Claremont (one for Morfra - small forward from amazing Halls Creek)
    James Tunstill – East Perth
    Jacob van Rooyen – Claremont
    Corey Warner – East Fremabtle
    Bryce Watson – Swan Districts
    Jack Williams – East Fremantle
    Brady Hough is a very interesting player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjp View Post
    Brady Hough is a very interesting player.
    How so?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogtragic View Post
    How so?
    Because he looks SO untidy - doesn't look like an athlete or a footballer. But somehow just wins one on ones and dominates games. Hard to describe but he's a really talented footballer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    I'm guessing Cal hasn't watched too many games over here. I mean - Matt Johnson is an 'IN'? Not based on his form he wouldn't be...but then again, he played well in the champs game when WA walloped the SA boys who were really up against it re- travel etc.

    The Van Rooyen selection amuses me most - he's really only played 2x games at CHB (the champs games vs SA) yet somehow plays there in the toty? I don't know why I get frustrated with stuff like this since he mails it in every year but I can't help it.

    Picking a team based on what your friends in the recruiting world tell you vs picking a team based on what you have seen are simply not the same thing.
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