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Sixty-seven of the brightest draft prospects in the land have been invited to show their wares at next month’s National Combine. This is not the final list as there is the capacity for players to be added to the list and there will also be State Combines for testing of some of the others who have missed out.

Chargers lead the way as full Draft Combine invite list revealed


Vic Country 

Jaxon Binns (Dandenong Stingrays)
Hugh Bond (GWV Rebels)
Coby Burgiel (Gippsland Power)
Aaron Cadman (GWV Rebels)
Jhye Clark (Geelong Falcons)
Brayden George (Murray Bushrangers)
Oliver Hollands (Murray Bushrangers)
Bailey Humphrey (Gippsland Power)
Henry Hustwaite (Dandenong Stingrays)
Max Knobel (Gippsland Power)
Jacob Konstanty (Gippsland Power)
Noah Long (Bendigo Pioneers)
Toby McMullin (Sandringham Dragons)
Caleb Mitchell (Murray Bushrangers)
Olivier Northam (Geelong Falcons)
Jack O'Sullivan (Oakleigh Chargers)
Mitch Szybkowski (Dandenong Stingrays)
Cooper Vickery (Gippsland Power)
James Van Es (GWV Rebels)

Vic Metro 

Will Ashcroft (Sandringham Dragons)
Charlie Clarke (Sandringham Dragons)
Alwyn Davey (Oakleigh Chargers)
Blake Drury (Oakleigh Chargers)
Max Gruzewski (Oakleigh Chargers)
Lewis Hayes (Eastern Ranges)
Olli Hotton (Sandringham Dragons)
Matthew Jefferson (Oakleigh Chargers)
Cameron Mackenzie (Sandringham Dragons)
Harry Sheezel (Sandringham Dragons)
Luke Teal (Oakleigh Chargers)
Elijah Tsatas (Oakleigh Chargers)
George Wardlaw (Oakleigh Chargers)
Josh Weddle (Oakleigh Chargers)

South Australia 

Harry Barnett (West Adelaide)
Adam D'Aloia (Woodville-West Torrens)
Will Dowling (North Adelaide)
Phoenix Foster (Norwood)
Isaac Keeler (North Adelaide)
Harry Lemmey (West Adelaide)
Jaiden Magor (South Adelaide)
Max Michalanney (Norwood)
Mattaes Phillipou (Woodville-West Torrens)
Jakob Ryan (Glenelg)
Nick Sadler (Sturt)
Tom Scully (West Adelaide)
Will Verrall (South Adelaide)

Western Australia 

Jed Adams (Peel Thunder)
Edward Allan (Claremont)
Jedd Busslinger (East Perth)
Harry Cole (Claremont)
Hugh Davies (Claremont)
Tyrell Dewar (Subiaco)
Sam Gilbey (Claremont)
Reuben Ginbey (East Perth)
Steely Green (South Fremantle)
Jed Hagan (East Fremantle)
Elijah Hewett (Swan Districts)
Darcy Jones (Swan Districts)

New South Wales 

Jason Gillbee (Bendigo Pioneers)
Nick Madden (GWS Academy)
Harry Rowston (GWS Academy)

Northern Territory 

Lloyd Johnston (NT Thunder)
Anthony Munkara (NT/West Adelaide)


Shadeau Brain (Brisbane Academy)
Jaspa Fletcher (Brisbane Academy)


Lachlan Cowan (Tasmania Devils)
Tom McCallum (Tasmania Devils)

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4 minutes ago, Nascent said:

A notible absent name from this list is our NGA prospect Finn Emile-Brennan. Tipping he well make it past pick 40 and therefore free to us should we choose.

Point is that is he considered draftable by AFL clubs? You only get invited to these combines if a certain number of clubs are interested.

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16 minutes ago, Freddy Fuschia said:

Point is that is he considered draftable by AFL clubs? You only get invited to these combines if a certain number of clubs are interested.

Correct and entirely possible he isn't rated.

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Thanks WJ, what picks do we currently have?

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Thanks Nascent as it stands that gives us four of those top 65 picks and if Jacko pulls the pin our hand should improve dramatically just hoping that we go after a tall forward and half decent ruckman.

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Our boy Finn Emile-Brennan has made the State Draft Combine list announced today.

Father-sons, mature age prospects make the cut for Draft Combine


Jakob Anderson VM Sandringham Dragons
Yuyu Ashwin VM Oakleigh Chargers
Charlie Barnett VC Bendigo Pioneers
Josh Bennetts VM Eastern Ranges
Shaun Bennier SA North Adelaide
Kane Bevan WA West Perth
Kaelan Bradtke NSW/ACT Sydney Swans VFL
Jackson Broadbent WA Peel Thunder
Taj Campbell-Farrell VC Dandenong Stingrays
Jack Cleaver WA East Fremantle
Ted Clohesy VC Geelong Falcons
Jayden Davey VM/ NT Oakleigh Chargers
Josh Draper WA Peel Thunder
Darcy Edmends VM Northern Knights
Will Edwards NSW/ACT Sydney Swans Academy
Will Elliott VM Oakleigh Chargers
Finn Emile-Brennan VC Dandenong Stingrays
Tom Emmett SA Sturt
Harry Flynn VM Eastern Ranges
Felix Fogaty VC GWV Rebels
Harvey Gallagher VC Bendigo Pioneers
Darcy Gilbert VM Sandringham Dragons
Cooper Harvey VM Northern Knights
Jamie Hope VM Sandringham Dragons
Griff Julian WA West Perth
Michael Kiraly VC Bendigo Pioneers
Oscar Kregar SA West Adelaide
Jerome Lawrence VM Oakleigh Chargers
Brandon Leary TAS Tasmania Devils
Brinn Little QLD Gold Coast Suns Academy
Archie Lovelock SA Glenelg
Baynen Lowe SA Norwood
Bailey Macdonald VM Oakleigh Chargers
Kyle Marshall SA South Adelaide
Bailey Maxwell WA East Perth
Connor McDonald WA Perth
Toby McQuilkin WA South Fremantle
Darcy Minchella SA West Adelaide
Rhett Montgomerie SA Central District
Oscar Murdoch VC Geelong Falcons
Hugo Nosiara VC Dandenong Stingrays
Hudson O'Keeffe VM Oakleigh Chargers
Cameron Owen TAS Tasmania Devils
Paul Pascu VM Calder Cannons
Matthew Payne VM Western Jets
Rye Penny VM Calder Cannons
Jovan Petric VM Western Jets
Baxter Philip WA Perth
Osca Riccardi VC Geelong Falcons
Christopher Rousakis VM Sandringham Dragons
Kobe Ryan SA West Adelaide
Jasper Scaife WA West Perth
Lachlan Scannell SA Glenelg
Jonti Schuback VC Gippsland Power
Nathan Scollo VM Sandringham Dragons
Kaleb Smith WA East Fremantle
Oscar Steene SA West Adelaide
Frank Szekely SA North Adelaide
Beau Tedcastle NT/VC GWV Rebels
Ziggy Toledo VC Dandenong Stingrays
Brodie Tuck SA Central District
Clay Tucker VM Eastern Ranges
Callum Verrell VM Eastern Ranges
Jake Walker SA Glenelg
Conrad Williams WA Claremont
Kai Windsor VM Eastern Ranges


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On 8/9/2022 at 7:03 PM, Nascent said:

As it stands we have picks 34, 40 (from adelaide), 52, 64 and 70. 

I doubt we will use picks 54, 64 and 70. It will be interesting to see what picks we get for Jackson and how we land Grundy.

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