Consider our forwards: Joe D - FS pick 10, Cale Hooker - pick 54, Raz - pick 55, Walla - rookie pick 22, The Corgi - delisted free agent, James Stewart - traded for pick 77.
Other than with Joe, who was coming to us regardless, anyhow he could have been a 3rd rounder under the previous father son rule; Disco has assembled what is touted as potentially the most lethal forward line in the league with one hand tied behind his back and a pick no higher than 54 (which was a 4th rounder at that time).
If you consider our backline other than Hurley (pick 5) and McGrath (who is destined for the midfield), Dodoro gets plenty of props here too: Baguley rookie pick 47, Hartley pick 68, Ambrose rookie pick 26, McKenna international rookie, Kelly delisted free agent.
Ironically it is our midfield who has been underperforming, and who are composed mostly of first and second round picks and Jobe at pick 40 father son, Hepp pick 8 Zerrett pick 26 (still bargains), BJ free agent and former no. 1, Parish pick 5, Myers pick 6, Zaharakis pick 23, Colyer pick 26, Bellchambers pick 8 PSD.
I think the midfield will improve steadily from here. It seems implausible that Dodoro and Woosha could get so much right in the the forward and back halves and not be able to get more out of our first and second round picks.