2019 Draft Watch


#161

Noah Anderson 37 touches and 2 goals in the wet, your 2019 number 1 pick folks


#162

I look forward to him playing for gws next year.


#163

That made me laugh and cry


#164

@THE_DON1 how are you finding the changes made to the TAC cup so far?


#165

Having all the stats is good, not alway accurate but close enough, look forward to watching some of the replays with the interstate academies when I get a chance aswell.

I’m still trying to decide if the draft is better this year or not it’s looking similar to last year at this stage.


#166

They still persisting with the superfluous 2nd day? Surely not?


#167

Make that 44 disposals, he is a freak


#168

Wheres the highlights?!!


#169

Inside Midfielders, Small forwards and Ruckman should be our focus this year.

I hope we can find a state leaguer like Tim Kelly!


#170

Mid year rookie draft could be handy for us!


#171

Yeah we should be hitting that up!


#172

Big fan


#173

You mean like Sydney Stack whom richmond got for nothing.

Headcase or not, I would’ve liked a bit of his mongrel in the midfield over the past few weeks.


#174

My rolling mock draft again this will be a weekly thing so yeah a rough start but here you go


#175

Can’t see Anderson moving from the top spot, looks a good year for Oakleigh, although I expect Sandy to win the premiership.

Trent Rivers and Deven Robertson are two from WA that I’ve heard some good things about, it should be a good year for WA


#176

Hey mate - would it be difficult to put their usual playing position in your sheets?


#177

I probably could and thought of why I didn’t in the first place, I could even just describe them anyway

Daniel Mott - Inside/Outside Mid - Classy ball user and composed.

Hugo Ralph-Smith - Wingman/Medium forward - Classy runner with good athleticism

Sam Ramsay - Wingman/Rebound defender - Quick and agile with a booming left foot


#178

Hope we are into Tom Wilson as a cat b rookie.


#179

@THE_DON1 Are the Northern Academies good? or are this weekends results due to APS kids being unavailable for the Melbourne sides?


#180

Plenty of teams missing some key players so no wouldn’t say the academy teams are that good.

Oakleigh losing all their guns but don’t think their depth is that good anyway

Sandringham missing half their side

Northern aren’t that great anyway and missed their best players

Calder missed their captain and vice captain

Eastern winning no suprise since they have strong depth

NT losing also not a suprise because they are not even close to even the worst NAB sides.