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3 hours ago, Binmans PA said:

But surely we shouldn't be looking to draft for our Casey team. Whoever takes up an AFL list spot, should be expected to break into the AFL 23, rather than provide depth to our reserves side.

Yes and no, Dunstan was in some ways a very important recruit for us and I don't think he was ever really expected to play in the 22. It's more likely we will have a punt on a younger player we see upside in, but i don't think we'd be amiss to strengthen our seconds. 

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12 minutes ago, MrFreeze said:

Yes and no, Dunstan was in some ways a very important recruit for us and I don't think he was ever really expected to play in the 22. It's more likely we will have a punt on a younger player we see upside in, but i don't think we'd be amiss to strengthen our seconds. 

I guess I think we should target someone for the 23 and naturally they'll create depth at Casey.

I hope we go Voss. I wanted O'Sullivan last year, hope we get old mate.

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19 hours ago, Pennant St Dee said:

Love Luka as a competitor hard as nails and would run through brick walls for you. Lateral movement and pace aren’t strengths, which I think may effect him at AFL level but he is only 18, could he be a Miochek, possibly in a few years.

Seen him play against my oldest all the way through junior footy and they played cricket together as juniors super kid who comes from a good well grounded family

Welcome Luker! 

Got your boy @Pennant St Dee!

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Welcome Luker!

Key forward, looks like he has a nice size about him, get him in!

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Luker Kentfield.  Definitely a project player.  Big key forward.  Good mark.  Skills are ok.  But needs to work on his movement.  I thought Noah Howes offers the same so perhaps a 50/50 call. 
 

Likely Dees see BBB as done, Schache is done, Petty is 50/50 staying and Jeffo is still in development.  Need to have another young big forward option.  

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 From Copilot search (from 2023 football):

Luker Kentfield is an exciting young talent in Australian Rules Football (AFL). Let me share some details about him:

  • Height: Luker stands tall at 194 cm.
  • Weight: He weighs 93 kg.
  • Age: At just 19 years old, he’s already making waves.
  • Club: Luker hails from the Carine Junior Football Club.
  • League: He plays in the Northern Conference of the WAFL (West Australian Football League).

Luker’s playing style combines versatility and strength. Here are some key points about him:

  1. Position: He’s a ruck-forward, which means he can dominate both in the air and around the goals.
  2. Experience: Despite flying under the radar, Luker has notable senior experience. He turned out for Subiaco’s League side in 10 games this year. He also earned a call-up to the state Under 18 side for three appearances.
  3. Strengths:
    • Aerial Ability: Luker excels in marking contests.
    • Contested Marking: He’s strong in one-on-one situations.
    • Conversion: When opportunities arise, he’s a reliable goal kicker.
    • Strength: His readymade frame allows him to hold his own against mature bodies.

While Luker has performed well in the WAFL’s top flight, the transition to AFL level will pose new challenges. Taller and more athletic opponents await, but his potential is undeniable.

In terms of stats, Luker averaged just six disposals, three marks, and less than a goal per game. However, his standout senior effort yielded four goals from eight touches and four marks.

Keep an eye on Luker Kentfield – he’s a rising star with plenty of promise! 🌟

^(Source: WAFL)^(Source: Aussie Rules Rookie Me Central)

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His combine agility results would say this kid has athletic ability. Looking at his videos he looks like a lump of a kid. He looks strong yet has good agility/movement 

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4 hours ago, seventyfour said:

Luker Kentfield from the WAFL.

19yo, 196cm / 93 kg tall forward.

Sanity appears to prevailed over at AFL land.
                         
                              👏 👏 👏
 

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Cooper Lord to the Blues.  Another of the young Sandringham Dragons 2023 premiership team to make an AFL list. Dragons are an absolute footy factory producing top players each year.  

I’m surprised to see Collier-Dawkins not get picked. He’s shown good strong consistent form this year and against AFL listed competition.  Not sure why he missed out.  

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2024 AFL MID SEASON DRAFT SELECTIONS:

1. North Melbourne- Geordie Payne (Tassie) mid/fwd
2. Richmond- Jacob Blight (Peel Thunder) Defender
3. West Coast- Jack Hutchinson (Pies VFL) Forward
4. St Kilda- Max Hall (Box Hill VFL) mdifielder
5. Hawthorn- Jasper Scaife (West Perth) FWD
6. Brisbane- Will McLachlan (Geelong Falcons) FWD
7. Adelaide- Toby Murray (Crows SANFL) FWD 
8. Western Bulldogs - Kelsey Rypstra (North Adelaide small fwd
9. Carlton- Cooper Lord (Roos VFL) - utility
10. Collingwood- Ilro Smit (tall ruck/fwd)
11. Melbourne- Luker Kentfield (Subicao WAFL) tall fwd
12. Port Adelaide- Logan Evans (Port SANFL) half back
13. Essendon- Saad El Hawli (North Bullants VFL) speedy wing/half back
14. Sydney- Tom Hanly (Gippsland Power) small forward
15. North Melbourne- Brynn Teakle (former Port Adelaide player) ruckman
16. Richmond- Campell Gray (Essendon VFL) key position player fwd/back
17. Brisbane- Luke Beecken (SANFL Woodville West Torrens) mid/defender
18. Adelaide- Pass
19. Collingwood- Ned Long (Former Hawks player/Pies VFL)- midfielder
20. Richmond- PASS
21. Brisbane- Darcy Craven (East Perth WAFL forward) 
22. Adelaide- Pass
23. Brisbane- PASS

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4 hours ago, ChaserJ said:

Welcome Luker! 

Got your boy @Pennant St Dee!

Yes good to see, hope he goes well.

Gary and Naomi are great people and hopefully get to see their son forge a great career.

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