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  1. That is extremely optimistic. I hope you are right!
  2. I read somewhere last night the Lions were very keen on him.
  3. Once he got past GWS's first pick at 4 it made no difference when he went.
  4. Yeah, I'm not sold on the idea of picking him up either, just pointing out to that his output isn't as terrible as some have suggested . Some of the remarks about him in this thread have been outrageous.
  5. Kicked 21 goals form 16 games. Our leading goal kicker this year kick 22 in 22 games.
  6. Young and Kemp seems the most likely outcome. We chased 8 for a reason. Even if we split 3, Kemp seems to be our target at 8.
  7. My theory is that the only reason with bought pick 8 was for Kemp. Id say we know he will be there at 8.
  8. I'm convinced this has been our plan the whole time and that we will take Kemp at 8. We traded next years first for him but he wont play in 2020. He will be effectively our first pick in the 2020 draft. Really good trading IMO, we get a top 5 talent next year regardless of our finishing place in 2020.
  9. With GWS chasing pick 3 and Geelong also wanting a pick in the top ten, maybe we could try something like this? Trade 3 and future second(hawks) to GWS for 6 and Caldwell (or another decent player) Then on trade 6 and 50 to Geelong for 14 and 17 and hope to get Weightman at 14. I also think we should give Sam murray a chance as he will cost us nothing. IN: Tomlinson, Langdon, Caldwell, Murray, Picks 14 (Weightman), 17, 26 Out: Frost, Pick 3, 22, 41, Future second
  10. I like the Idea, but I think they would want more. Next years 2nd rounder maybe?
  11. Not ideal, but kicking efficiency and pace seem to be a trade off in the AFL. Its rare to find a player that has both.
  12. This is from Knightmare's 2018 Phantom draft over on Bigfooty. 7. Jye Caldwell (VIC) Best position: Inside midfield Height, weight: 184cm, 78kg Recruited from: Bendigo Pioneers Projected draft range: 5-15 Similar to: Luke Shuey Rationale: Caldwell has had limited exposure with just three TAC Cup matches this year due to hamstring troubles. A powerful ball-winner with breakaway speed. Moves up power rankings on the back of review of match tape as a prospect who has been out of sight/out of mind for much of the season. October Ranking: 14 Strengths: Stoppage work Contested ball-winning First possession winner Distribution by hand Acceleration from the contest Competitiveness Tackling Dual sided kick Weaknesses: Consistency by foot Little exposed form due to injury
  13. Those four played 36 games for 35 goals.....Jenkins scores 22 goals from 11 games.
  14. Disagree, only Ryder wouldn't be in our best 22.
  15. Would be crazy to delist Spargo. He is only 19 and showed a bit in his first year.
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