Pick 14 - Sam Petrevski-Seton CA - C,F
I would've done exactly this if in your position. I reckon he will get plenty of chances, and may even play R1 despite missing the preseason.
Pick 15 - Sam Powell-Pepper PA - C,F
Again, I can't fault this pick. He looked like an animal in preseason and ready to go. I would've considered Perryman with this pick considering your list profile, but I think Powell-Pepper is a chance of playing back anyway and gaining defender status.
Pick 32 - Ed Vickers-Willis NM - B
I was hoping he would slip to my pick at 34, and regret not taking him and 30. I think this is a great value pick. So far, I think you've hit it out of the park.
Pick 50 - Griffin Logue FR - B
I can understand you taking the punt considering Logue went at pick 8 in the National Draft, but I'm always wary of drafting key defenders, even if highly rated. I would've taken Parfitt, Mutch or Stewart with this pick.
Pick 68 - Jackson Nelson WC - B,C
I've only seen him do lock-down roles in defence and run-with roles in the middle. Perhaps a more attacking role awaits, but I don't see it happening.
Pick 78 - Josh Cowan GE - B,C
Chris Scott likes him. I'm not too sure, even putting aside his injury issues. But I think he will play if his body stays sound, and a player with defensive status eligibility who is likely to get AFL midfield minutes is probably a good selection.
Pick 86 - Heath Grundy SY - B
If you're looking for someone who is going to play every week, you've got what you wanted. I think he will retire at the end of the year, and is unlikely to return good scores.
Pick 104 - Dan Houston PA - F
Never seen him play, and what I've read indicates that he is unlikely to score well in fantasy footy if he does make it off the rookie list.
Pick 121 - Neville Jetta ME - B
Solid pick. He will play every week, and he is gradually expanding his offensive game each season. I wouldn't be surprised to see him average 70 if Melbourne are resurgent and he gets his confidence up. which is pretty good value for a seventh rounder.
Pick 138 - Zac Fisher CA - C,F
Speculative pick, but potentially one of the best value buys of the draft. I had him in mind for my next selection because he has played senior WAFL footy, his history suggests that he knows how to find the ball, and getting a game at Carlton shouldn't be beyond him this season.
Overall I think you've done very well out of this draft. Your first three selections in SPS, SPP and Vicker-Willis are all potential long-termers. I wouldn't have had Logue, Nelson, Grundy and Houston on my radar, but think the Cowan and Jetta should provide you with solid defensive cover. Fisher at 138 could be considered an inspired selection before the close of this season. His U18 Champs stats compare well with the likes of McGrath, SPS and Brodie. I suspect recruiters were put off by his size, but that didn't stop Caleb Daniel and Luke Dalhaus from becoming excellent FF prospects (and Premiership players).