Phantom Draft 19

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Sammy Cougar Sydney & North Melbourne
Brodders 17 Adelaide & GWS
Scoop Geelong Hawthorn
Football Monk Port
TigerDog Western Bulldogs
Tigerdell Melbourne
TigerTIm Gold Coast
Streak West Coast Essendon
BrisTigers Collingwood
TurkDTiger Richmond Brisbane
Toothless Carlton
TigerGhost Fremantle
Dev St Kilda
 
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ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast Suns (priority pick) Noah Anderson
2. Gold Coast Suns Matt Rowell
3. Melbourne. Sam Flanders
4. Adelaide Crows Deven Robertson
5. Swans bid on Tom Green matched by GWS
6.Sydney Hayden Young
7. Fremantle Dylan Stephen
8. Melbourne Lachlan Ash
9. Carlton bid on Liam Henry matched by Fred
10. Carlton Brodie Kemp
11. Hawthorn Caleb Serong
12. Port Adelaide Fisher Mcsaey
13. Western Bulldogs Luke Jackson
14. Geelong Cats Josh Worell
15. Gold Coast Suns Will Gould
16. Brisbane Lions Will Day
17. Geelong Cats Trent Rivers
18. Port Adelaide Cody Weightman
19. Richmond Cooper Stephens
ROUND TWO
20. Gold Coast Suns (priority pick) Sam De Koning
21. Brisbane Lions Jy Rantall
22. Fremantle Elijay Taylor
23. Adelaide Crows Jeremy Sharp
24. Geelong Cats Trent Bianco
25. Sydney Swans Bid on Finn McGuinness, Hawks match
25 Sydney Swans- Kysaiah Pickett
26. North Melbourne -Miles Bergman
27. North Melbourne -Harrison Jones
28. Adelaide Crows- Dylan Williams
29. Port Adelaide -Jackson Mead
31. Essendon - Cameron Tehany
32. Sydney Swans- Hugo Ralphsmith
33. Essendon - Darcy Chirgwin
34. Brisbane Lions - Jake RiccardI
35. Collingwood - Charlie Comben
36. Geelong Cats. Mitch O’Neil
37. Adelaide Crows - Thompson Dow
38. Richmond - Mitch Georgiades
39. Richmond - Sam Phillip
40. GWS Giants Harry Schoenberg
ROUND THREE
41. Richmond - Brock Smith
42. Hawthorn - Ryan Byrnes
43. Carlton. - Jack Mahony
44. Sydney Swans - Cooper Sharman
45. Adelaide Crows - Joshua Shute
46. West Coast Eagles
47. North Melbourne - Daniel Mott
48. Brisbane Lions.- Nick Bryan
49. Adelaide Crows - Callum Jamieson
50. North Melbourne - Fraser Phillips
51. St Kilda - Darcy Cassar
52. Brisbane Lions - Ben Sokol
53. Western Bulldogs - Luke Partington
54. Hawthorn - Ned Cahill
55. Brisbane Lions -Dyston Hilder
56. Richmond. - Emerson Jeka
57. Carlton - Trey Ruscoe
58. Fremantle - Jackson Ramsay
ROUND FOUR
59. GWS Giants -Jake Pasini
60. GWS Giants - Liam Delahunty
61. Essendon. Jai Jackson
62. Collingwood -Blake Kuipers
63. Hawthorn- Karl Finlay
64. Essendon - Chad Warner
65. Essendon -Pass
66. Port Adelaide -Louis Butler
67. Port Adelaide - Flynn Perez
68. Port Adelaide -Josh Morris
69. Fremantle -Ben Kelly
70. Carlton
71. Port Adelaide
72. Brisbane Lions
73. North Melbourne
74. Collingwood
75. Richmond
76. Sydney Swans
77. Richmond
ROUND FIVE
78. Gold Coast Suns
79. Fremantle
80. GWS Giants
81. Sydney Swans
82. St Kilda
83. Fremantle
84. North Melbourne
85. Carlton
86. Port Adelaide
87. Hawthorn
88. Essendon
89. Western Bulldogs
90. Gold Coast Suns
91. West Coast Eagles
92. Hawthorn
93. Geelong Cats
94. GWS Giants
95. Richmond
 
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Father son and academy picks to be worked out and bid on like the night does.

No live trading.
 

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Tiger Tim you are up.... Make the easy ones to get things started.
 
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****, I’ve got Gold Coast! Ok, I can’t stuff this up..

1: N. Anderson
Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro | Inside Midfielder/Forward
17/02/2001 | 190cm | 87kg

In what was thought to be an anomaly last year with Henley High pairing Jack Lukosius and Izak Rankine touted as potential pick one and two, Anderson and Rowell both attend Carey Grammar, making it a daunting combo for any other APS school. Anderson is different to Rowell in the sense he is taller, has the ability to break open a game in a quarter, and has a booming kick that easily travels greater than 50 metres. He has enjoyed a consistent start to the year and has not done too much wrong, with his field kicking an area he could improve on at times. When inside the forward half, Anderson is one of the most damaging prospects in the draft crop, and expect him to have an impact around goals at the National Under 18 Championships for Vic Metro. His game-breaking ability is as good as anyone’s in the draft crop

2: M Rowell

Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro | Inside Midfielder
01/07/2001 | 178cm | 75kg

Easily the most consistent player in the 2019 draft crop, having barely ever played a bad game. The inside midfielder is a tackling machine, averaging double-figure tackles at NAB League Boys level, while also racking up a massive 7.3 clearances per game. What is remarkable about Rowell is not only his ability to win the ball, but his ability to bring teammates into the game. Rowell is always looking to provide possession to a teammate in a better position, but when he needs to step up, Rowell is more than capable of finishing on his own. When at forward stoppages, Rowell has a nous of breaking away and snapping off his left as he did twice against Casey Demons on the MCG. There are plenty of candidates to the number one pick this year, but Rowell looks the 2019 equivalent of Sam Walsh – consistent across the board and just ticks all the boxes. He will spend the year playing school footy outside his National Under 18 Championships commitments before returning to the Chargers’ for their finals campaign.

geez, I’m as good as SOS at this game....
 
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Tigerdell takes Sam Flanders for the Dees via PM to keep things moving. Feel free to do the same.

He will do a write up tomorrow. If everyone can did a blurb on why they make a pick that would be great too.

Brodders for the Crows is up
 
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Nice. It’s gone a different but entirely plausible way.

Sammy Cougar up with a pivotal pick that will shape the draft on the night.
 

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Brodders, you match? This exact thing will happen on the draft night.
 

tigerdell

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Pick 3 Sam Flanders
goal kicking mid/forward
Match winner in finals and at championships
Good speed, great hands, flexible to play deep forward or inside mid


This kid has leapt forward with a superb finals series in the U18 that showed he is a big time performer.
In the elimination final he kicked 4 goals in a quarter against the eventual premiers Oakleigh.
In each of the finals he was one of the best, winning plenty of the pill, tackles, clearances, goals.

At the champs he maintained the level with avg 22 disposals, 6 tackles, 4.5 clearances.
It showed a strong defensive mindset and ability to play in tight.

Already a strong young man, at 182cm and 81kg he has the frame to play AFL.
Explosive he runs 20m in 3s.
Will need to build endurance, and that will come.


In the real world I am sure that Melbourne will look at their list and decide they need outside run so pick Young, Ash or maybe Dylan Stephens.
But today i am picking the matchwinner for finals, an inside mid who can play forward and kick goals.
 

turk-d-tiger

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Melbourne would be crazy not to make a bid on Green as if he goes without a bid GWS effectively can take the player they intend to take at their next pick as a bonus.

GWS will match but will trade out prior to matching in the real draft
 

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Next years draft is being touted as the most comprised in history. At this stage 12-15 of the top 30 are linked to clubs.
A lot of clubs will try and move picks to get out of it.
 

tigerdell

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Melbourne would be crazy not to make a bid on Green as if he goes without a bid GWS effectively can take the player they intend to take at their next pick as a bonus.

GWS will match but will trade out prior to matching in the real draft
i dont think melbourne at pick 3 will bid on Green. And probably not Adelaide with pick 4. Both have a good stock of inside bulls and instead need outside run and speed.
But Sydney definitely bid on Green. Perfect replacement for Kennedy
 

turk-d-tiger

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i dont think melbourne at pick 3 will bid on Green. And probably not Adelaide with pick 4. Both have a good stock of inside bulls and instead need outside run and speed.
But Sydney definitely bid on Green. Perfect replacement for Kennedy
Who are the Bull's at the crows ?

When the elite talent is there you take it , Green is easily in the top 3 players in this years draft and could become the best
 

tigerdell

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Who are the Bull's at the crows ?

When the elite talent is there you take it , Green is easily in the top 3 players in this years draft and could become the best
Adelaide are the crouch brothers.
But admittedly bidding on Green could improve them.
If they took Green then it gives a strong hand to negotiate BCs contract next year.
Plus crows have list holes everywhere so Green would be a good centre to build the next generation.

Dees have Viney, Oliver. GWS have Taranto and Hopper. Neither team 'needs' another bull.

its a conundrum. And a balance between the best player and list needs.
And these kids are all talented and a good chance to make it.