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DRAFT DAY ONE: THE 2022 AFL NATIONAL DRAFT


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2 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

A Demon doublet pictured earlier today.  :D

 

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I knew I should have edited that.lol.!!

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38 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Yeah they do. Hate to say it but most of them speak better than Clayton Oliver. 

I know these boys are happy to go anywhere but you just want one to get that look on his face as if to say I don't want to go there. Dam

I will be more than happy if we recruit more players that are horrible at public speaking but play as well as Oliver. 

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A trade up for George would be handy. We can wait for 12 mths for his knee to heal. Amazing potential 

Question: is it possible for us to trade up, select George knowing he'll be put on long term injury list, keep 37 and use that pick? Would have us with one too many on the list, however, George goes on LTIL

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1 hour ago, adonski said:

Swans traded their 1st pick for a couple of second rounders

Are we actually trying to get back into the draft as aggressively as reported?

There's quite a difference between 27 plus the 2nd and 3rd rounders of a 'rebuilding' Hawthorn, and whatever the equivalent of from a contending Melbourne.

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1 minute ago, Axis of Bob said:

There's quite a difference between 27 plus the 2nd and 3rd rounders of a 'rebuilding' Hawthorn, and whatever the equivalent of from a contending Melbourne.

I'm not suggesting we should've traded 37 & a future 2nd

I'm suggesting we would've traded our future 1st were we that keen to re-enter the draft at that point 

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4 minutes ago, adonski said:

I'm not suggesting we should've traded 37 & a future 2nd

I'm suggesting we would've traded our future 1st were we that keen to re-enter the draft at that point 

I understand that, I was more pointing out that an offer for us to usurp that would have been pretty steep. Probably something like 37, F1 and F2 for the Sydney pick.

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Any chance Kaleb Smith will be available at 37? Lightning quick small defender who loves to break lines on rebound. We need more small defenders with Jetta gone and Hibberd heading into his final season.

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