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On 9/30/2022 at 6:27 AM, Demons11 said:

He is a gun but unless we find a way to trade up to a pick in the top 3, then he will not be available.  I have an inkling once we receive the Jackson picks that we will have a crack at getting WC’s pick 2.  Just an opinion. 

He could fall, I think if picks in the top 3 to 6 don’t change and with West Coast the main ones looking for a taller forward he may just be a surprise who falls

1 Father son Ashcroft

2. North - I think they’ll go the big mid in Tsatas

3. GWS - mids needed for those leaving so I expect Wardlaw (who’s uncle is a Dees fanatic) to go

4. West Coast - IMO they will take Cardman based on what I’m hearing 

5. Essendon- tall defender or mid IMO- Clark

I don’t expect Sheezel to fall any further than this, Crows will give up their first for Rankin so if we want him pick 6 or 7 at worst is needed

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3 minutes ago, Pennant St Dee said:

He could fall, I think if picks in the top 3 to 6 don’t change and with West Coast the main ones looking for a taller forward he may just be a surprise who falls

1 Father son Ashcroft

2. North - I think they’ll go the big mid in Tsatas

3. GWS - mids needed for those leaving so I expect Wardlaw (who’s uncle is a Dees fanatic) to go

4. West Coast - IMO they will take Cardman based on what I’m hearing 

5. Essendon- tall defender or mid IMO- Clark

I don’t expect Sheezel to fall any further than this, Crows will give up their first for Rankin so if we want him pick 6 or 7 at worst is needed

I reckon still a good chance North or GWS go Cadman - both with new coaches - this is when you can afford to take a big man that will eventually become a focal point.

Wardlaw was meant to be rated almost as highly as Ashcroft but keeps pinging hamstrings.  So comes down to how much a club believes they can manage the injury.  Potentially a Chris Judd type scenario.

Surely Essendon will take Sheezel if he's still there (I think he'll go in the first 4)

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38 minutes ago, deelusions from afar said:

I reckon still a good chance North or GWS go Cadman - both with new coaches - this is when you can afford to take a big man that will eventually become a focal point.

Wardlaw was meant to be rated almost as highly as Ashcroft but keeps pinging hamstrings.  So comes down to how much a club believes they can manage the injury.  Potentially a Chris Judd type scenario.

Surely Essendon will take Sheezel if he's still there (I think he'll go in the first 4)

I don’t see the Bombers taking him considering they have Perkins, Stringer on their list and likely to get Davey FS

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58 minutes ago, Pennant St Dee said:

I don’t see the Bombers taking him considering they have Perkins, Stringer on their list and likely to get Davey FS

You’d be mad to make draft decisions due to the presence of Stringer. Perkins and Sheezel both end up as mids as much as forwards, and they move Davey around too. I wouldn’t be worried about that combination 

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2 hours ago, old55 said:

Reads happy to go to WC in Perth.  Wonder about Western Sydney?

He’d become the first GWS player to live in Western Sydney if he did. Players leave GWS for generic go home factor, cash and opportunity. Sydney (either club) is still the best city to be an AFL player if you have a good career 

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24 minutes ago, DeeSpencer said:

Sydney (either club) is still the best city to be an AFL player if you have a good career 

What's that based on?

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2 hours ago, A F said:

What's that based on?

Sorry I should’ve said in my personal opinion. Take out factors like team success, crowds, post footy media careers and family and go  by what the cities have to offer - anonymity, climate, activities, beaches - I’ll take Sydney any day. As long as you can afford the $6 lattes.

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4 hours ago, DeeSpencer said:

You’d be mad to make draft decisions due to the presence of Stringer. Perkins and Sheezel both end up as mids as much as forwards, and they move Davey around too. I wouldn’t be worried about that combination 

Essendons midfield lacks a hard at it big bodied player and has for a while. There defence lacks talls. That’s why I have the opinion I do

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North appears to have set their sights on Harry Sheezel - a freak forward who ticks all the boxes. This is why

A fair appraisal of this top prospect but if you knew Harry, you wouldn’t use the word ‘obsessed’. The correct word is ‘focused’ - his head is on his shoulders and for the last 4 or 5 years he’s worked hard to get where he is now. I think he’ll be happy to stay in Melbourne as well. 

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