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1 hour ago, ChaserJ said:

I wouldn’t sleep on his Tassie midfield running mate in McKercher either. One of the classiest midfielders in this years group.

I wouldn't draft a Tasmanian, assuming that the league will make all Tasmanian's UFA's or similar before the Devils enter the comp.

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On 5/19/2023 at 2:04 AM, Whispering_Jack said:

No prize for guessing who is ranked at No. 1.

2023 AFL Draft Rankings: May Edition

Thanks WJ I am really looking forward to this years draft and hope that we top up the list, definitely need two quality mids, a tall defender or possibly a young tall, plus Kynan Brown. Prefer that we don’t trade out our crop of picks for 1 - 2 players.!!

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Definitely still Darcy Wilson as our main target imv.  Ryley Sanders is another youngster who would add a nice mix to our future midfield (but with a Tassie team joining in 3-4 years, clubs may be reluctant to pick him up). Cooper Simpson is the other young kid who should be closely considered by the Dees. 

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49 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Definitely still Darcy Wilson as our main target imv.  Ryley Sanders is another youngster who would add a nice mix to our future midfield (but with a Tassie team joining in 3-4 years, clubs may be reluctant to pick him up). Cooper Simpson is the other young kid who should be closely considered by the Dees. 

Why do you think Darcy Wilson is Pur main target? Just a feel or do you know something? 

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15 minutes ago, Deestiny Awaits said:

AFL Draft: The young guns bolting into first-round mix

Anyone have access to this? If so, can they share the names 

These are the players mentioned with pen pictures supplied - a shortened version appeared in the Herald Sun print edition on 2 June, 2023 at p70.

HARLEY REID Bendigo Pioneers/Tongala FC/St Joseph’s Echuca

Date of Birth 18/04/05; Height 185 cm; Weight 85kg

NICK WATSON Eastern Ranges/Montrose FC/Caulfield Grammar

Date of Birth 24/02/05; Height 170 cm; Weight 67kg

JAKE ROGERS Gold Coast Suns Academy/ Broadbeach Cats FC

Date of Birth 02/03/05; Height 171 cm; Weight 68kg

ASHTON MOIR Glenelg FC/ Plympton FC

Date of Birth 15/04/05; Height 188 cm Weight 84kg

COLBY McKERCHER Tasmanian Devils/ Launceston FC / Launceston College

Date of Birth 12/04/05; Height 181cm; Weight 72kg

JED WALTER Gold Coast Suns Academy/ Palm Beach Currumbin FC

Date of Birth 08/06/05; Height 194 cm Weight 91kg

DANIEL CURTIN Claremont FC/West Coast JFC/Curtin University

Date of Birth 08/03/05; Height 195 cm; Weight 92kg

ZANE DUURSMA Gippsland Power/Foster FC/Foster SC

Date of Birth-28/08/05; Height 189 cm; Weight 79kg

RYLEY SANDERS Sandringham Dragons FC/ North Launceston FC/Melbourne Grammar

Date of Birth 21/01/05; Height 186 cm; Weight 85kg 

DARCY WILSON Murray Bushrangers/Wangaratta Rovers FC/The Academy

Date of Birth 18/08/05; Height 185 cm; Weight 73 kg

KOLTYN THOLSTRUP Subiaco FC/Newtown-Condingup JFC/Cunderdin Ag College

Date of Birth 28/06/05; Height 188 cm; Weight 82kg

HARRY DE MATTIA Dandenong Stingrays/Edithvale-Aspendale FC/SEDA

Date of Birth 11/09/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 77kg

ARCHER REID Gippsland Power/Inverloch Kongwak FC/Bass Coast College

Date of Birth 19/09/05; Height 203 cm; Weight 85kg

GEORGE STEVENS GWV Rebels/ South Warrnambool FC/Emmanuel College

Date of Birth 14/04/05; Height 189 cm; Weight 94kg

MITCHELL EDWARDS Peel Thunder FC/ South Mandurah FC

Date of Birth 02/06/05; Height 205 cm; Weight 86kg

JACK CALLINAN Tasmanian Devils/ Clarence FC

Date of Birth 07/10/05; Height 177cm; Weight 73 kg 

NATE CADDY Northern Knights/Bundoora FC/Parade College

Date of Birth-14/07/05; Height 192 cm; Weight 91 kg

JOEL FREIJAH GWV Rebels/ Horsham Saints/Ballarat Clarendon College

Date of Birth 14/11/05; Height 191 cm; Weight 86kg

RILEY HARDEMAN Swan Districts FC/Caversham JFC/Edith Cowan University

Date of Birth 27/02/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 70kg

CLAY HALL Peel Thunder FC/Harvey Brunswich Leschenault JFC

Date of Birth 12/05/05; Height 188 cm; Weight 83kg

JORDAN CROFT Calder Cannons/Maribyrnong Park FS/Maribyrnong SC

Date of Birth 12/05/05; Height 200cm; Weight 80kg

WILL PATTON West Adelaide FC/ Mitcham FC

Date of Birth 04/01/05; Height 193 cm, Weight 81kg

ETHAN READ Gold Coast Suns Academy/Palm Beach Currumbin FC

Date of Birth 07/08/05; Height 202 cm; Weight 87kg

WILL LORENZ Oakleigh Chargers/Boroondara Hawks FC/Marcellin College

Date of Birth-19/02/05; Height 186 cm; Weight 70kg

WILL BROWN Sandringham Dragons/East Brighton FC/Kawana Park Eagles FC-Qld

Date of Birth-16/06/05; Height-194 cm; Weight 85kg

WILL McCABE Central Districts FC/ Tanunda FC/ Sacred Heart College

Date of Birth 29/09/05; Height 197 cm; Weight 82kg

COOPER SIMPSON Dandenong Stingrays/Mt Martha FC/Flinders Christian College.

Date of Birth 13/02/05; Height 182 cm; Weight 76kg

ARCHIE ROBERTS Sandringham Dragons/Hampton Rovers FC/Haileybury College

Data of Birth 18/11/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 77kg

CONNOR O’SULLIVAN Murray Bushrangers/ Albury FC/Xavier High School-Albury

Date of Birth 19/05/05; Height 198 cm; Weight 92 kg

NATHAN PHILACTIDES Oakleigh Chargers/ Blackburn FC/Yarra Valley Grammar

Date of Birth 10/01/05; Height 181 cm; Weight 78 kg

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6 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

These are the players mentioned with pen pictures supplied - a shortened version appeared in the Herald Sun print edition on 2 June, 2023 at p70.

HARLEY REID Bendigo Pioneers/Tongala FC/St Joseph’s Echuca

Date of Birth 18/04/05; Height 185 cm; Weight 85kg

NICK WATSON Eastern Ranges/Montrose FC/Caulfield Grammar

Date of Birth 24/02/05; Height 170 cm; Weight 67kg

JAKE ROGERS Gold Coast Suns Academy/ Broadbeach Cats FC

Date of Birth 02/03/05; Height 171 cm; Weight 68kg

ASHTON MOIR Glenelg FC/ Plympton FC

Date of Birth 15/04/05; Height 188 cm Weight 84kg

COLBY McKERCHER Tasmanian Devils/ Launceston FC / Launceston College

Date of Birth 12/04/05; Height 181cm; Weight 72kg

JED WALTER Gold Coast Suns Academy/ Palm Beach Currumbin FC

Date of Birth 08/06/05; Height 194 cm Weight 91kg

DANIEL CURTIN Claremont FC/West Coast JFC/Curtin University

Date of Birth 08/03/05; Height 195 cm; Weight 92kg

ZANE DUURSMA Gippsland Power/Foster FC/Foster SC

Date of Birth-28/08/05; Height 189 cm; Weight 79kg

RYLEY SANDERS Sandringham Dragons FC/ North Launceston FC/Melbourne Grammar

Date of Birth 21/01/05; Height 186 cm; Weight 85kg 

DARCY WILSON Murray Bushrangers/Wangaratta Rovers FC/The Academy

Date of Birth 18/08/05; Height 185 cm; Weight 73 kg

KOLTYN THOLSTRUP Subiaco FC/Newtown-Condingup JFC/Cunderdin Ag College

Date of Birth 28/06/05; Height 188 cm; Weight 82kg

HARRY DE MATTIA Dandenong Stingrays/Edithvale-Aspendale FC/SEDA

Date of Birth 11/09/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 77kg

ARCHER REID Gippsland Power/Inverloch Kongwak FC/Bass Coast College

Date of Birth 19/09/05; Height 203 cm; Weight 85kg

GEORGE STEVENS GWV Rebels/ South Warrnambool FC/Emmanuel College

Date of Birth 14/04/05; Height 189 cm; Weight 94kg

MITCHELL EDWARDS Peel Thunder FC/ South Mandurah FC

Date of Birth 02/06/05; Height 205 cm; Weight 86kg

JACK CALLINAN Tasmanian Devils/ Clarence FC

Date of Birth 07/10/05; Height 177cm; Weight 73 kg 

NATE CADDY Northern Knights/Bundoora FC/Parade College

Date of Birth-14/07/05; Height 192 cm; Weight 91 kg

JOEL FREIJAH GWV Rebels/ Horsham Saints/Ballarat Clarendon College

Date of Birth 14/11/05; Height 191 cm; Weight 86kg

RILEY HARDEMAN Swan Districts FC/Caversham JFC/Edith Cowan University

Date of Birth 27/02/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 70kg

CLAY HALL Peel Thunder FC/Harvey Brunswich Leschenault JFC

Date of Birth 12/05/05; Height 188 cm; Weight 83kg

JORDAN CROFT Calder Cannons/Maribyrnong Park FS/Maribyrnong SC

Date of Birth 12/05/05; Height 200cm; Weight 80kg

WILL PATTON West Adelaide FC/ Mitcham FC

Date of Birth 04/01/05; Height 193 cm, Weight 81kg

ETHAN READ Gold Coast Suns Academy/Palm Beach Currumbin FC

Date of Birth 07/08/05; Height 202 cm; Weight 87kg

WILL LORENZ Oakleigh Chargers/Boroondara Hawks FC/Marcellin College

Date of Birth-19/02/05; Height 186 cm; Weight 70kg

WILL BROWN Sandringham Dragons/East Brighton FC/Kawana Park Eagles FC-Qld

Date of Birth-16/06/05; Height-194 cm; Weight 85kg

WILL McCABE Central Districts FC/ Tanunda FC/ Sacred Heart College

Date of Birth 29/09/05; Height 197 cm; Weight 82kg

COOPER SIMPSON Dandenong Stingrays/Mt Martha FC/Flinders Christian College.

Date of Birth 13/02/05; Height 182 cm; Weight 76kg

ARCHIE ROBERTS Sandringham Dragons/Hampton Rovers FC/Haileybury College

Data of Birth 18/11/05; Height 184 cm; Weight 77kg

CONNOR O’SULLIVAN Murray Bushrangers/ Albury FC/Xavier High School-Albury

Date of Birth 19/05/05; Height 198 cm; Weight 92 kg

NATHAN PHILACTIDES Oakleigh Chargers/ Blackburn FC/Yarra Valley Grammar

Date of Birth 10/01/05; Height 181 cm; Weight 78 kg

Thank you!!

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12 hours ago, Roger Mellie said:

According to the AFL website. These are our NGA prospects this year. Anyone know anything about them?

MELBOURNE

Luke Morrell
Alonzo Rockland-Nelson
Orlando Turner
Kaleel Ross
Buay Duac

Turner is probably our best prospect

AFL ACADEMY V CARLTON VFL team 

scouting notes

#11 Orlando Turner (Norwood/Northern Territory)
16/05/2005 | 176cm | 67kg | Small Forward/Wing

The sole Northern Territory representative in the Academy ended the day as his side’s sole multiple goal kicker, taking his opportunities in the third quarter to help strengthen the Academy lead. Whilst Turner started as a small forward, it was a move to the wing in the second half that saw him really work into the game. He still applied the same level of pressure and intercepted a few Carlton forays in the front half, but also increased his production and damage with more opportunities in space. Both of Turner’s goals came from set shots; one after marking an attempted switch kick, and the other after going in for the ball and copping high contact. He could even have had a couple of more goals if he held a bit more composure on the run.

Tasmania v Northern Territory Academy:

Northern Territory 

#1 Orlando Turner

After representing Australia with the National Academy last week, Turner proved a handy addition for the Northern Territory and finished as his side’s lone multiple goalkicker. Turner, who usually plies his trade with Norwood in the SANFL, was electric across half-forward and also enjoyed stints in midfield. Among his highlight reel was a goal from the centre square, which ran about 20 metres over the back and through the big sticks. That moment was indicative of the forward’s willingness to move the ball on quickly, and he seemed to thrive on every opportunity to get creative or take opponents on in the attacking half. A true bright spark.

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13 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Turner is probably our best prospect

AFL ACADEMY V CARLTON VFL team 

scouting notes

#11 Orlando Turner (Norwood/Northern Territory)
16/05/2005 | 176cm | 67kg | Small Forward/Wing

The sole Northern Territory representative in the Academy ended the day as his side’s sole multiple goal kicker, taking his opportunities in the third quarter to help strengthen the Academy lead. Whilst Turner started as a small forward, it was a move to the wing in the second half that saw him really work into the game. He still applied the same level of pressure and intercepted a few Carlton forays in the front half, but also increased his production and damage with more opportunities in space. Both of Turner’s goals came from set shots; one after marking an attempted switch kick, and the other after going in for the ball and copping high contact. He could even have had a couple of more goals if he held a bit more composure on the run.

Tasmania v Northern Territory Academy:

Northern Territory 

#1 Orlando Turner

After representing Australia with the National Academy last week, Turner proved a handy addition for the Northern Territory and finished as his side’s lone multiple goalkicker. Turner, who usually plies his trade with Norwood in the SANFL, was electric across half-forward and also enjoyed stints in midfield. Among his highlight reel was a goal from the centre square, which ran about 20 metres over the back and through the big sticks. That moment was indicative of the forward’s willingness to move the ball on quickly, and he seemed to thrive on every opportunity to get creative or take opponents on in the attacking half. A true bright spark.

Great name, like one you'd see in an NFL/NBA draft!

Sound like he has the smarts and a reasonable kick. 

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On 6/6/2023 at 7:50 AM, Roger Mellie said:

According to the AFL website. These are our NGA prospects this year. Anyone know anything about them?

MELBOURNE

Luke Morrell
Alonzo Rockland-Nelson
Orlando Turner
Kaleel Ross
Buay Duac

Not enough Alonzo’s in the AFL. Takes a hanger on the wing, and the members rise as one ‘Lonzooooooooooo!’

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ESPN's 2023 AFL Draft power rankings for June.

Click for Bio, will just list each player 

1. Harley Reid (previous: 1) Plays like: Dustin Martin
2. Nate Caddy (7) Plays like: Charlie Curnow
3. Zane Duursma (4) Plays like: Connor Rozee
4. Jed Walter (5) Plays like: Max King (SUNS Academy/Allies)
5. Nick Watson (3) Plays like: Izak Rankine
6. Colby McKercher (8) Plays like: Zach Merrett
7. Mitchell Edwards (12) Plays like: Tim English
8. Daniel Curtin (6) Plays like: James Sicily
9. Ashton Moir (2) Plays like: Jack Lukosius
10. Ryley Sanders (15) Plays like: Brad Crouch
11. Darcy Wilson (19) Plays like: Josh Daicos
12. Jake Rogers (new entry) Plays like: Touk Miller (SUNS Academy/Allies)
13. Connor O'Sullivan (14) Plays like: Tom Barrass
14. Ethan Read (new entry) Plays like: Luke Jackson (SUNS Academy/Allies)
15. Nathan Philactides (11) Plays like: Bailey Dale
16. Archer Reid (9) Plays like: Eric Hipwood
17. Koltyn Tholstrup (13) Plays like: Zac Bailey
18. Will Patton (10) Plays like: Alex Pearce
19. Will McCabe (new entry) Plays like: Harry Himmelberg (F/S Hawthorn)
20. Logan Morris (new entry) Plays like: Nick Larkey

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imv this seems like a really weak draft, understanding we're many months out and champs are just about to kick off, but not hearing the same excitement and conviction about top 10 prospects as we have in previous years outside of Reid, listening to this weeks gettable podcast twomey has sold me on us playing a part in trading for pick 1 but not in the way we'd expect, using out first round picks to move for experienced senior players ie a barrass/allen or a larkey/lewis/mckay or a mking who can fill a need immediately and help get pick 1 from the eagles to elsewhere and load them up with multiple first round selections. 

The other option which appeals to me would be to move our picks back to next year as we also don't have as many obvious contracted exits this seaosn and should we pick up ky brown as expected and now Orlando turner being on the radar too we'd only be required to make one open pick. whereas next year we seem to have more decisions to make given our current fringe/young mob would be 3-4 year players by then and our tall veterans an extra year older and ooc. 

As we know JT and lamby are always cooking up something nice behind the scenes

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Isn't McKay from North a RFA? He'd be a nice get (for no loss of picks), wonder if we've had a word with his or HH's managers

Would like our 1st pick used, then trade our other first rounder with Freo's 2nd to move up so that we don't need to use them on K Brown, assuming he's seen in the top 30. 

Will be v interesting to see what JT and Lamby can do with what we have

 

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Big footy’s Davo-27’s June Top 40

1. Harley Reid - Bendigo - 185cm 85kg
2. Jed Walter - Gold Coast A - 195cm 91kg (GCSA)
3. Colby McKercher - Tasmania - 181cm 72kg
4. Daniel Curtin - Claremont - 196cm 91kg
5. Jake Rogers - Gold Coast A - 172cm 67kg (GCSA)
6. Nick Watson - Eastern - 170cm 67kg
7. Nate Caddy - Northern - 192cm 91kg
8. Darcy Wilson - Murray - 185cm 73kg
9. Jack Delean - Sth Adel - 181cm 73kg
10. Mitch Edwards - Peel - 207cm 90kg (Frem NGA)
11. Zane Duursma - Gippsland - 189cm 79kg
12. Koltyn Tholstrup - Subiaco - 188cm 80kg
13. Logan Evans - Norwood - 188cm 77kg
14. Harry Demattia - Dandenong - 184cm 77kg
15. Nathan Philactides - Oakleigh - 181cm 78kg
16. Harvey Johnston - Sandringham - 184cm 76kg
17. Will McCabe - Central Dist - 197cm 81kg (Haw FS)
18. Ethan Read - Gold Coast A - 200cm 90kg (GCSA)
19. Ollie Murphy - Sandringham - 200cm 85kg
20. Jordan Croft - Calder - 200cm 80kg (WB FS)
21. Archer Reid - Gippsland - 203cm 93kg
22. Ryley Sanders - Sandringham(Tas) - 186cm 85kg
23. Thomas Anastasopoulos - Geelong - 176cm 66kg
24. Will Lorenz - Oakleigh - 186cm 70kg
25. Ashton Moir - Glenlg - 188cm 84kg
26. Joel Freijah - GWV - 191cm 86kg
27. Riley Hardeman - Swan Dist - 188cm 80kg
28. Will Brown - Sandringham - 194cm 86kg
29. Angus Hastie - Geelong - 189cm 77kg
30. Miles Enders - Sandringham - 188cm 86kg
31. Logan Morris - Western - 191cm 90kg
32. Connor O'Sullivan - Murray - 198cm 92kg
33. Will Patton - Wst Adel - 192cm 79kg
34. Clay Hall - Peel - 190cm 85kg
35. Oskar Smartt - Bendigo - 179cm 85kg
36. Koen Sanchez - East Frem - 178cm 71kg
37. Logan Morris - Western - 191cm 90kg
38. Sam Frangalas - Dandenong - 187cm 85kg
39. Billy Wilson - Dandenong - 182cm 71kg
40. Jack Callinan - Tasmania - 179cm 77kg

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@Whispering_Jack  well lots of good stock options if this was the case

11. Zane Duursma - Gippsland - 189cm 79kg  BUY
22. Ryley Sanders - Sandringham(Tas) - 186cm 85kg BUY
25. Ashton Moir - Glenlg - 188cm 84kg. BUY
31. Logan Morris - Western - 191cm 90kg. BUY

I would take all 4 within the top 18 imv. Duursma is top 5 imv. 

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On 6/12/2023 at 10:27 AM, Whispering_Jack said:

Big footy’s Davo-27’s June Top 40

1. Harley Reid - Bendigo - 185cm 85kg
2. Jed Walter - Gold Coast A - 195cm 91kg (GCSA)
3. Colby McKercher - Tasmania - 181cm 72kg
4. Daniel Curtin - Claremont - 196cm 91kg
5. Jake Rogers - Gold Coast A - 172cm 67kg (GCSA)
6. Nick Watson - Eastern - 170cm 67kg
7. Nate Caddy - Northern - 192cm 91kg
8. Darcy Wilson - Murray - 185cm 73kg
9. Jack Delean - Sth Adel - 181cm 73kg
10. Mitch Edwards - Peel - 207cm 90kg (Frem NGA)
11. Zane Duursma - Gippsland - 189cm 79kg
12. Koltyn Tholstrup - Subiaco - 188cm 80kg
13. Logan Evans - Norwood - 188cm 77kg
14. Harry Demattia - Dandenong - 184cm 77kg
15. Nathan Philactides - Oakleigh - 181cm 78kg
16. Harvey Johnston - Sandringham - 184cm 76kg
17. Will McCabe - Central Dist - 197cm 81kg (Haw FS)
18. Ethan Read - Gold Coast A - 200cm 90kg (GCSA)
19. Ollie Murphy - Sandringham - 200cm 85kg
20. Jordan Croft - Calder - 200cm 80kg (WB FS)
21. Archer Reid - Gippsland - 203cm 93kg
22. Ryley Sanders - Sandringham(Tas) - 186cm 85kg
23. Thomas Anastasopoulos - Geelong - 176cm 66kg
24. Will Lorenz - Oakleigh - 186cm 70kg
25. Ashton Moir - Glenlg - 188cm 84kg
26. Joel Freijah - GWV - 191cm 86kg
27. Riley Hardeman - Swan Dist - 188cm 80kg
28. Will Brown - Sandringham - 194cm 86kg
29. Angus Hastie - Geelong - 189cm 77kg
30. Miles Enders - Sandringham - 188cm 86kg
31. Logan Morris - Western - 191cm 90kg
32. Connor O'Sullivan - Murray - 198cm 92kg
33. Will Patton - Wst Adel - 192cm 79kg
34. Clay Hall - Peel - 190cm 85kg
35. Oskar Smartt - Bendigo - 179cm 85kg
36. Koen Sanchez - East Frem - 178cm 71kg
37. Logan Morris - Western - 191cm 90kg
38. Sam Frangalas - Dandenong - 187cm 85kg
39. Billy Wilson - Dandenong - 182cm 71kg
40. Jack Callinan - Tasmania - 179cm 77kg

There is no way Koen Sanchez goes to 36, be lucky to go at all

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