This poll is a continuation of Schwarzwalder’s magnificent Flavour of the Week post.
Of the top 10 traded in players thus far, four of them have been rookies (Papley, Adams, Kennedy, Parish). The rest are more consolidated players, who may appear to have taken a step up in 2015.
Jason Johannisen ($418k DEF) scored 113 and 129 in his NAB Challenge matches and has continued that form into the season with 130 and 123 (incredible consistency). Quite remarkable for a bloke who only averaged only 77 last season and only once scoring above 107 prior to this year. Can he maintain the rage?
Aaron Hall ($428k FWD/MID) 81, 123, 131 gave Aaron Hall plenty of hype in pre-season and he’s proven his supporters right with 129 and 124, lighting it up in the Suns midfield.
Luke Parker ($538k MID) 128, 119 and 73 in the NAB gave many the confidence to pick him as a breakout contender into the elite midfielder category. 161 and 116 makes him the 2nd highest scorer so far.
David Zaharakis ($414k MID) 118 and 89 was a decent pre-season showing, but stayed well under most SuperCoaches radars. His current owners would’ve been stoked with 132 and 133. Big breakout year looms with Bomber absences, but will he be good enough for your midfield 8?
Tom Liberatore ($357k MID) NAB: 107 and 41. His final game would’ve spooked a lot of pre-season owners to give him the flick. 115 and 118 to start the year is better than we could have even hoped for and has coaches who missed out scrambling to get him back in before the price rises. A continuation of this form will result in huge price gains.
Josh Gibson ($489k DEF) 142, 85, 145 in the NAB Challenge looked like a few outliers compared to what we’ve known from Gibbo over the years as a consistent 85-90 averaging SC player. 85 and a ridiculous 191 gives him a five-game average of 129.6 – impressive!
Are we getting sucked in, or will these hot starters continue to deliver for their new owners?Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
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