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Draft prospects 2020

tigerman

It's Tiger Time
Mar 17, 2003
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What about cult hero Justin Plapp, kicked 8 goals in his first 2 games.
 
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Dont Argue

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Anyone know much about this guy? Sounds an excellent risk / reward pick we would take with an early 40's pick.

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41. Richmond - Kaine Baldwin
Height, Weight:
193cm, 92kg
Profile: Suffering a second season-ending ACL, Baldwin is one of the most exciting players in this year's draft and if not for the second knee injury may have been in the top-10 draft mix. Dominating in the Under 16s, Baldwin has proven he is a strong marking force and damaging close to goal.
41. Richmond - Kaine Baldwin
Height, Weight:
193cm, 92kg
Profile: Suffering a second season-ending ACL, Baldwin is one of the most exciting players in this year's draft and if not for the second knee injury may have been in the top-10 draft mix. Dominating in the Under 16s, Baldwin has proven he is a strong marking force and damaging close to goal."
Are they twins or is he just very dual sided?
 
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Ghost of 29

Handball - its just a fad!!
Aug 16, 2008
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Anyone know much about this guy? Sounds an excellent risk / reward pick we would take with an early 40's pick.

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41. Richmond - Kaine Baldwin
Height, Weight:
193cm, 92kg
Profile: Suffering a second season-ending ACL, Baldwin is one of the most exciting players in this year's draft and if not for the second knee injury may have been in the top-10 draft mix. Dominating in the Under 16s, Baldwin has proven he is a strong marking force and damaging close to goal.
41. Richmond - Kaine Baldwin
Height, Weight:
193cm, 92kg
Profile: Suffering a second season-ending ACL, Baldwin is one of the most exciting players in this year's draft and if not for the second knee injury may have been in the top-10 draft mix. Dominating in the Under 16s, Baldwin has proven he is a strong marking force and damaging close to goal."
Interesting that Chris rates Kaine Baldwin above Jackson Callow despite 2 knee reconstructions.
 

tigerdell

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Interesting that Chris rates Kaine Baldwin above Jackson Callow despite 2 knee reconstructions.
Afl draft central also rate Baldwin ahead of Callow on talent.
Athletically Callow is quicker (3.08sec vs 3.18s) but with lower agility and endurance.
Plus Callow is 10kegs heavier at the same height. He needs to slim down significantly.


"Callow is viewed as a mid-to-late draft prospect. The top key position forwards such as Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, Riley Thilthorpe (dual position ruck) and Kaine Baldwin are all rated inside the top 30 on pure ability, and then comes a number of even key position options after that, of which Callow is in that group."
 
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craig

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Aug 19, 2004
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Interesting that Chris rates Kaine Baldwin above Jackson Callow despite 2 knee reconstructions.
Why not take both ............................................. insert Old El Paso giff ........................................
 
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zippadeee

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Oct 8, 2004
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this is the worst year i have seen for lack of talk,study on draft pick possibilities.

No one has a clue who is the best kids.
If it was a horse race, it would be like barracking a winner on the back of a run over 15 months ago.
Not exactly a hot form line.
 
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zippadeee

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Oct 8, 2004
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I will be spewing if Hollands is a quality player, because we have been shafted by this father/son rule.
Only Richo in the last 25 years has been a winner for us.
Naish looks like he will be the next Roach.
 

Sintiger

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Aug 11, 2010
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Yes he was , as was older brother Sean. Patrick came over from the doggies if I remember correctly.
Yes thanks, Zips point is still valid re our low levels of Father Son success. Really Richo and Joel are the only ones who had significant careers
 
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