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1 hour ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

 

Tom Browne is an idiot

My source has confirmed this.

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16 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Weightman is a Spargo like player.  Not the 200+ gamer that is the top 10 aim. 

I would rate 20 youngsters well before Weightman.

JT would be a lunatic to pick him at 3. 

 

Well take it to the bank spirit we will take him at pic 3. 

Its the melb way!

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Well he's not even in the top 20 in most phantom drafts so unless he's seriously bolted. Saints will give pick 6 to Freo so they aint gonna use it on him. There's also 2-3 other good forwards in the top 20 like Caleb Serong & Taheny.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/2019-08-08/cal-twomeys-2019-phantom-form-guide-august-update

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I like the look of Flandersisis at number 10

not just for the simpsons joke opportunities.  big body, mid and fwd.  if we split pick 3 he's the type we might get

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I have no issue with us getting 2 or even 3 forwards with the picks we have in the draft. Its our biggest glaring list hole and the only way to convert some of that inside 50 dominance.

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19 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

This comment just proved that you have not watched Weightman in the flesh live and only going off what you read on Bigfooty draft boards.

I shall and won't explain any further only to say that Weightman is a completely different player to Spargo. And this coming from someone who had a lot to do with Charlie when he was coming through our development squad in the Murray Bushrangers program.

 

Watched at Shepley oval and wasn’t that impressed. Say hi next time hey. Ash and Young were the standouts and I’d be happy with either for pace (Ash) and class (Young).  Kobi George is one to watch.  He could be an NGA special for Dees 

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8 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

No.

But it shows the type of payers we will be looking at. Small forwards and outside runners. Weightman obviously fits that bill.

Agree need smalls.

I haven’t seen anyone yet n watching a dozen nab games this year.  Reckon we either trade in or put another year into Chandler and Bedford. 

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Id assume Browne hasn’t put 2 and 2 together. I’m sure both us and stkilda are keen - like we are both keen to ‘split our picks’ to have 2 mid-first round picks. A pick 15 wouldn’t be too high for Weightman if he tests well at the combine. 

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21 hours ago, TRIGON said:

Fantasy Post (if split picks)

  • 1st round picks from GWS; draft Weightman, trade for Laird.
  • 2nd round pick; Langdon.
  • FA; Elliot and Tomlinson

 

That would be an insanely good trade period for us if we can pull that off. I think that will block every deficiency we have and push us right back up there assuming the boys work hard over summer and we remain healthy. 

We would still have to use our 3rd and fourth round picks in the draft in that scenario however, so we would need to clear a total of 7 list spots...

Jeffy, Keilty, Lewis, Maynard (confirmed) ... JKH, ANB & J Wags? 

 

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They talk about him on the latest Road To The Draft Podcast, on the AFL website. I tweeted a question to them about how high he could go, and they answered it. Even made fun of my Twitter name 😂

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3 hours ago, Dees247 said:

They talk about him on the latest Road To The Draft Podcast, on the AFL website. I tweeted a question to them about how high he could go, and they answered it. Even made fun of my Twitter name 😂

How high did they say he could go?

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35 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

what's the twitter username btw?

Dees247

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Can he slide to pick 38 that's when I'd like to pick him up. If we split our picks that will have me peeved. It didn't work the first time pretty stupid to do it twice. Kelly and Billings are a lot better than Salem and Tyson can't get a game.

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