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1 hour ago, CYB said:

I don’t think Norf need a KPF but could understand them taking him. They need more half backs and outside midfielders. They already have Larkey and Zurhar which are good forwards. I think they will also need a ruck as Coleman Jones is a bit meh. 

Yeah probably a reach at pick 1.

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3 hours ago, Nascent said:

Highlights from the last Championship game for those that are interested in the key forward. If I'm North Melbourne I'm not passing him up considering the amount of mids they've invested in recently.

From that footage he reminds me of John Butcher. We were very keen to have him alongside Jack Watts.

Port nabbed him and we know how that went down

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On 10/2/2022 at 12:52 PM, Nascent said:

Highlights from the last Championship game for those that are interested in the key forward. If I'm North Melbourne I'm not passing him up considering the amount of mids they've invested in recently.

Absolutely… if I’m the Kangas, Cadman and Larkey for a very dangerous forward combo alongside a McKay-Curnow structure.  Kangas have plenty of extra mids and can accumulate more even if JHF moves back to SA.  Cadman would be my first choice in the draft (excluding Ashcroft of course). 
 

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Aaron Cadman would be a fantastic draft pick for the Demons.

We desperately need another young gun tall forward to team up with Jacob van Rooyen.

Aaron Cadman's highlights video is quite impressive too.

He will go top 5 in the draft though.

I personally think Matthew Jefferson is the next best option if the Demons miss out on Aaron Cadman.

 

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7 hours ago, Supreme_Demon said:

I personally think Matthew Jefferson is the next best option if the Demons miss out on Aaron Cadman.

 

Hmmmm. Yes clearly Cadman is the best key forward and should go pick 2.    I actually would rank Gruzewski and even Phillipou (as a tall CHF/mid/forward prototype) as higher than Jefferson.  

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11 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Hmmmm. Yes clearly Cadman is the best key forward and should go pick 2.    I actually would rank Gruzewski and even Phillipou (as a tall CHF/mid/forward prototype) as higher than Jefferson.  

Is there any footage on Gruzewski? Can't find anything 

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21 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Hmmmm. Yes clearly Cadman is the best key forward and should go pick 2.    I actually would rank Gruzewski and even Phillipou (as a tall CHF/mid/forward prototype) as higher than Jefferson.  

Would love to land this guy

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He moves a lot like a young Jarryd Roughead to me, maybe with some shades of a slightly shorter Daniher or Harry McKay when it gets a bit erratic.

Good size, good athlete, knows how to get involved up the ground and in space. 

I'm not convinced I'd pull the trigger as high as pick 2 but I reckon if North got the 2 picks at the top they'd be very keen to shore up their spine.

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Looks like he's likely to go #2 behind Ashcroft.   Fox Footy that GWS are very keen to get North to split their first for pick 3 and a later first rounder so they can grab him.  I think North need him as well and might have second thoughts about splitting their pick particularly if they can get pick 2 from West Coast via Port for JHF.  

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49 minutes ago, Dwight Schrute said:

Operation get pick 1 needs to be in full swing IMO, if James Harmes wants midfield time, happy to move him and a couple of first rounders to get that pick in the door. 

Cadman is EXACTLY what we need 

Cadman will be at North or GWS, end of story.

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7 hours ago, Dwight Schrute said:

Operation get pick 1 needs to be in full swing IMO, if James Harmes wants midfield time, happy to move him and a couple of first rounders to get that pick in the door. 

Cadman is EXACTLY what we need 

The trouble with that is that it’s unlikely to net pick 1 and you risk disrupting the culture by pushing blokes unwillingly out the door ( would you go to North if you were Harmes?)

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On 10/4/2022 at 9:36 PM, spirit of norm smith said:

Hmmmm. Yes clearly Cadman is the best key forward and should go pick 2.    I actually would rank Gruzewski and even Phillipou (as a tall CHF/mid/forward prototype) as higher than Jefferson.  

I really like Phillipou 

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If we want Cadman we are going to have to pay overs to get to pick 2 

If Cadman is a great player would probably take 4 years plus till we see him dominating consistently 

we are in our window now, either use all draft picks on a big free agent or draft players that can play afl straight away 

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