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Pre Season Draft - 11th December, 2012

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The AFL has now issued the NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft Order:-

Round One

1 - GWS Giants

2 - Western Bulldogs

3 - Port Adelaide

4 - Brisbane Lions

5 - Richmond

6 - Essendon

7 - Carlton

8 - Fremantle

9 - Collingwood

10 - Adelaide Crows

11 - Sydney Swans

Round Two

12 - GWS Giants

13 - Carlton

14 - Fremantle

15 - Collingwood

16 - Sydney Swans

Round Three

17 - Sydney Swans

Melbourne is not included as it has a full Primary List. The Rookie draft will follow in reverse finishing order on the 2012 ladder. Our first pick in that draft is #3. We also have a second pick which will be in the late teens.

Edited by Whispering_Jack
"Rookie draft" corrected instead of "PSD"

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I presume you mean the Rookie draft will follow

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It would be amusing if Adelaide jumped in before Sydney and used pick 10 on Kurt Tippett.

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It would be amusing if Adelaide jumped in before Sydney and used pick 10 on Kurt Tippett.

10/10

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I wonder if Sydney will extend the farce by leaving it to take Tippett at pick 17 knowing everyone else is priced out of the market.

Credit to the Swans for their success but getting an aditional leg up while others struggle, stinks.

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Juzzo on bigfooty has produced a Phantom PSD and Rookie Draft which is reproduced below.

Apparently, a number of clubs are likely to pass up on their PSD selections for list management reasons and Juzzo appears to have taken this into account which is why I've chosen his phantom draft over some of the others.

It's also reasonably consistent with this article that appeared recently on the AFL site - http://m.afl.com.au/news/2012-12-06/clubs-shy-away-from-psd?utm_medium=RSS]Clubs shy away from draft crop

Pre-Season Draft

Round One

1 - GWS Giants Dean Brogan

2 - Western Bulldogs Brent Prismall

3 - Port Adelaide Sam Colquhoun

4 - Brisbane Lions Pass

5 - Richmond Pass

6 - Essendon Dayle Garlett

7 - Carlton Pass

8 - Fremantle Nick Rodda

9 - Collingwood Pass

10 - Adelaide Crows Nick Joyce

11 - Sydney Swans Kurt Tippett

Round Two

12 - GWS Giants Pass

13 - Carlton Pass

14 - Fremantle Pass

15 - Collingwood Pass

16 - Sydney Swans Pass

Round Three

17 - Sydney Swans Pass

Rookie Draft

Round One

1 - GWS Giants Jason Laycock

2 - GC Suns Leigh Osborne

3 - Melbourne Jack Hannath

4 - Port Adelaide Jaryd Cachia

5 - Brisbane Lions Jacob Ballard

6 - Richmond Samuel Lowrie

7 - Essendon Ariel Steinberg

8 - Carlton Shane Nelson

9 - North Melbourne Anthony Tipungwuti

10 - Fremantle Alex Howson

11 - WC Eagles Marvin Warrell

12 - Collingwood Jason Pongracic

13 - Adelaide Jarrod Lienert

14 - Hawthorn Jonathan Ceglar

15 - Sydney Swans Darcy Fort

Round Two

16 - GWS Giants Dean Robertson

17 - GC Suns Myke Cook

18 - Melbourne Ben Duscher

19 - Port Adelaide Liam Jurrah

20 - Brisbane Lions Jake Calvert

21 - Richmond Josh Toy

22 - Carlton Andrew Collins

23 - North Melbourne Ben Speight

24 - Fremantle Callum Sinclair

25 - WC Eagles Mark Seaby

26 - Collingwood Kane Mitchell

27 - Adelaide Tim Klaosen (Category B )

28 - Hawthorn Ciaran Kilkenny (Category B )

29 - Sydney Cameron Banfield

Round 3

30 - GWS Giants Emmanuel Irra

31 - GC Suns Jake McKenzie

32 - Brisbane Lions Callum Bartlett

33 - Richmond Cameron Wood

34 - North Melbourne Cameron Richardson

35 - Fremantle Jesse Crichton

36 - Collingwood Simon Dwyer

37 - Adelaide Jack Osborn (Category B )

38 - Sydney Ben Saunders

Round Four

39 - GWS Giants Matthew Haynes

40 - GC Suns Aliir Aliir

41 - Brisbane Lions Jordan Bourke (Category B )

42 - Richmond Addam Maric

43 - Fremantle Craig Moller (Category B )

44 - Collingwood Ben Hudson

45 - Sydney Xavier Richards

Round 5

46 - GWS Giants Tom Langdon

47 - GC Suns Andrew Boston (Category B )

48 - Richmond Gideon Simon (Category B )

49 - Collingwood Peter Yagmoor

50 - Sydney Liam Flaherty

Round Six

51 GWS Giants Zach Williams (Category B )

52 - GC Suns Brian Coleman-Broome (Category B )

53 - Collingwood Ben Richmond (Category B )

54 - Sydney Brandon Jack (Category B )

Round Seven

55 - GWS Giants Joseph Redfern (Category B )

56 - Sydney Daniel Robinson (Category B )

Round Eight

57 - GWS Giants Eric Wallace (Category B )

58 - Sydney Alex Starling (Category B )

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Category B apparently relates to that exotic group of zone and international selections which Melbourne rarely ever gets involved in these days.

I find it interesting that we have had only one player was invited to train but have two vacancies to fill at the rookie draft. I suppose we'll find out soon enough who the other player will be.

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Rokie draft, pick 40 GC Suns - Aliir Aliir, what a great story!

Best of luck.

Family drives draft hopeful and former Kenyan refugee Aliir Aliir

Agreed. I would love to see Aliir Aliir at the Dees. Great story and the potential to be an x factor player. Cool name too.

I could see this being a great way to promote the code in Kenya as it would create quite a lot of media there I would imagine.

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Juzzo from Bigfooty has Melbourne selecting Ben Duscher with pick 18 in the rookie draft. He could be a handy pickup - captain of the Bendigo Bombers and highly regarded amongst many Bomber supporters.

Ben Duscher ©

D.O.B: 29-09-1987 Height: 186 cm Weight: 83 kg Club

Bendigo Football Club


Originally from Mildura and then with the Bendigo Pioneers, Ben spent time under our current assistant coach Daniel Schmidt at Rochester where they shared a GVFL Premiership. Ben returned to Bendigo in 2010. He was rewarded for his strong showing with the Co-Captaincy in 2011 and lead 'from the front' which is his way. A strong midfielder who can be relied upon to go forward and find the goals. Appointed Co-Captain again in 2012. Winner of the 2011 Nick Carter Medal & Runner-up in 2012.

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I would be none too impressed if we took another VFL inside midfielder. We've already got Magner, Couch and M Jones, if we go for another one they'll be 4th in line for only one spot in the team unless they are versatile.

I'm still keen on outside types and particularly a small forward.

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its a real shame we didn't have a PSD pick.

Id take Leigh Osbourne in a heart beat.

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I'm hoping that's the way the PSD pans out, leaving Jack Hannath to us if he's at the top of our list.

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Juzzo from Bigfooty has Melbourne selecting Ben Duscher with pick 18 in the rookie draft. He could be a handy pickup - captain of the Bendigo Bombers and highly regarded amongst many Bomber supporters.

Ben Duscher ©

D.O.B: 29-09-1987 Height: 186 cm Weight: 83 kg Club

Bendigo Football Club

Originally from Mildura and then with the Bendigo Pioneers, Ben spent time under our current assistant coach Daniel Schmidt at Rochester where they shared a GVFL Premiership. Ben returned to Bendigo in 2010. He was rewarded for his strong showing with the Co-Captaincy in 2011 and lead 'from the front' which is his way. A strong midfielder who can be relied upon to go forward and find the goals. Appointed Co-Captain again in 2012. Winner of the 2011 Nick Carter Medal & Runner-up in 2012.

I thought Neeld said he would take a young project player in the rookie draft, so picking another 25 year old would suprise me.

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Juzzo from Bigfooty has Melbourne selecting Ben Duscher with pick 18 in the rookie draft. He could be a handy pickup - captain of the Bendigo Bombers and highly regarded amongst many Bomber supporters.

Ben Duscher ©

D.O.B: 29-09-1987 Height: 186 cm Weight: 83 kg Club

Bendigo Football Club

Originally from Mildura and then with the Bendigo Pioneers, Ben spent time under our current assistant coach Daniel Schmidt at Rochester where they shared a GVFL Premiership. Ben returned to Bendigo in 2010. He was rewarded for his strong showing with the Co-Captaincy in 2011 and lead 'from the front' which is his way. A strong midfielder who can be relied upon to go forward and find the goals. ... Appointed Co-Captain again in 2012. Winner of the 2011 Nick Carter Medal & Runner-up in 2012.

Imagine the headline if he kicked a few goals on debut ... DUSCHER BAGS SIX

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I would be none too impressed if we took another VFL inside midfielder. We've already got Magner, Couch and M Jones, if we go for another one they'll be 4th in line for only one spot in the team unless they are versatile.

One spot for an inside mid?? You must be kidding, Tell that to Swan, Beams, Ball etc...

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Anthony Tipungwuti and Matthew Haynes are two I'd hope we would target ...

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Agreed. I would love to see Aliir Aliir at the Dees. Great story and the potential to be an x factor player. Cool name too.

I could see this being a great way to promote the code in Kenya as it would create quite a lot of media there I would imagine.

I'd be really suprised if Melbourne picked him up but I can confirm that we've talked to him and shown a bit of interest.

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3 - Melbourne Jack Hannath ......sounds right

18 - Melbourne Ben Duscher.......Hmmm

Oh his second name is Jack ?

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Agreed. I would love to see Aliir Aliir at the Dees. Great story and the potential to be an x factor player. Cool name too.

I could see this being a great way to promote the code in Kenya as it would create quite a lot of media there I would imagine.

Please no more projects until we actually start to perform

maybe the year after next

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