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On 10/18/2022 at 7:51 PM, ChaserJ said:

Sticking with the South Australian theme, Jaiden Magor should be in the mix at 37.

Another who likely would have placed higher if not for injury.

 

You stillha e the eye of a recruiter, pity you did not join the team.( as I suggested 10 years or so ago.   My suggested picks are :

Jefferson @ pick 13 which will end up 14 or Phillipou or even George, although he will stand out for most of 2023.I also like Magor for our last pick or a half back flanker , as you earlier suggested .

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nascent said:

Yarrawonga kid from where I grew up. Know Caleb and his family real well.

High work rate running machine who is a rangey wingman similar to Isaac Smith. Left footer who can kick the footy fairly well when on the run, but generally uses the footy well.

His running power really is what sets him apart from others and its very impressive for a kid his age that was getting huge GPS numbers. 

He played senior footy for Yarrawonga this year in the strong Ovens and Murray league and even played off in the grand final against a Ben Reid coached Wangaratta Magpies who are one of the powerhouse sides of the competition.

I watched him on the day and he didn't get overawed by the big occasion once. He kicked a crucial goal during the match that nearly dragged Yarra over the line and even took a pretty courageous hit as well. So just shows that he's ready for senior footy in my opinion. 

I try to not say too much on players/kids that I know from a personal level just because of not wanting to sound too bias so I try to stay out of these kind of discussions. James Jordon being another.

Obviously I'd be wrapt to have him at the dees, but with Hunter coming in and Howes and Woewodin already developing away as potential wingman then im sure he's a bigger need for us more so then a key forward perhaps.

Either way, I'll be stoked for when he gets drafted either way.

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12 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Yarrawonga kid from where I grew up. Know Caleb and his family real well.

High work rate running machine who is a rangey wingman similar to Isaac Smith. Left footer who can kick the footy fairly well when on the run, but generally uses the footy well.

His running power really is what sets him apart from others and its very impressive for a kid his age that was getting huge GPS numbers. 

He played senior footy for Yarrawonga this year in the strong Ovens and Murray league and even played off in the grand final against a Ben Reid coached Wangaratta Magpies who are one of the powerhouse sides of the competition.

I watched him on the day and he didn't get overawed by the big occasion once. He kicked a crucial goal during the match that nearly dragged Yarra over the line and even took a pretty courageous hit as well. So just shows that he's ready for senior footy in my opinion. 

I try to not say too much on players/kids that I know from a personal level just because of not wanting to sound too bias so I try to stay out of these kind of discussions. James Jordon being another.

Obviously I'd be wrapt to have him at the dees, but with Hunter coming in and Howes and Woewodin already developing away as potential wingman, then im sure he's a bigger need for us more so then a key forward perhaps.

Either way, I'll be stoked for when he gets drafted either way.

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Out to 38 at the moment. 17 picks between 22 and our selection.

Barnett, George, Cowan, Ryan, Charlie Clarke, Hayes, Hotton, Hustwaite, Keeler, Burgiel, Gruzewski, Gilbey, Gallagher, Magor some of the more prominent names.

I doubt there's anyone we'd put a first rounder on the table for.

Second rounder to move up we'd look at but it's possible clubs will put better 2nd rounders on the table than ours.
 

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Still some good talented youngsters available

I’d be hopeful for any of Brayden George, Jakob Ryan, Olli Hotton or Sam Gilbey but they’ll be likely to be gone.  I think we need more running power so maybe youngsters like Jaxon Binns, Coby Burgiel, Harvey Gallagher, Toby McMullin or Caleb Mitchell as a smoky.  

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21 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Still some good talented youngsters available

I’d be hopeful for any of Brayden George, Jakob Ryan, Olli Hotton or Sam Gilbey but they’ll be likely to be gone.  I think we need more running power so maybe youngsters like Jaxon Binns, Coby Burgiel, Harvey Gallagher, Toby McMullin or Caleb Mitchell as a smoky.  

Thought we’d grab Mitchell.  He was available and our pick 38, my choice would have been between Mitchell or Gallagher, or Magor or Gilbey.  

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