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2020 AFL Draft

tigerman

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Mar 17, 2003
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Young key position forward Logan McDonald 196 cm's is one to look out for. He made his senior debut in the WAFL last week and kicked 3 goals and backed that up by kicking 4 on the weekend. Don't know what the chances are of him being available with whatever pick we end up with, but by all reports he will be a star.

 

momentai

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Jul 24, 2004
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Can someone please confirm that on draft night 2019 we traded with Collingwood, getting access to their 2 nd round pick in 2020 and losing our 3rd.
 

yandb

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Mar 24, 2004
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We gave up pick 45 for pick 46 and stkilda's 2nd round pick.
 
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D85

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Feel for the Victorian kids in their draft year with no Nab League, missing out on that higher level of coaching and training/playing with/against the best in their age group.

Think itll be extra important to be patient with whoever we draft as they've missed a key development year, not just on field either, but with the learning of professional standards that comes with NAB league
 
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Mr Brightside

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Jul 1, 2005
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Win lose or draw this season, its going to be a great opportunity to grab a bargain in the draft, I think most clubs will be leaning towards trading for players rather then go with the uncertainty of the kids of this years draft class due to the lack of evidence over the past 6 months . There’s going to be some gold, it’s just going to be a bit harder to find, in Matt we trust
 
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Scoop

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Dec 8, 2004
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With zero games viewed and zero footage seen, I like what I read on Riley Thilthorpe.
 

BillyJean17

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With lynch chol CCJ , why on earth would we be looking at a key forward as a priority , midfielders and defenders
 
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craig

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Maybe JR8 might retire early.
With lynch chol CCJ , why on earth would we be looking at a key forward as a priority , midfielders and defenders

He'd be good if JR8 decides to pull the pin early at seasons end.

But agreed we do need a gun junior mid and a gun junior Key defender.
 
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Disco

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Feel for the Victorian kids in their draft year with no Nab League, missing out on that higher level of coaching and training/playing with/against the best in their age group.

Think itll be extra important to be patient with whoever we draft as they've missed a key development year, not just on field either, but with the learning of professional standards that comes with NAB league
Yeah it’s really disappointing for them.
The son of my wife’s cousin is in this boat. Should be playing for the NK showcasing his wares.
Massive Tigers fan and had been interviewed by 4 clubs, including Richmond. Praying he gets an opportunity.
 
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