Michael Hibberd $472K (+$70.6K) AVE 101.1, BE 55 – Surely your last chance to jump on the Hibberd train. He’s still at a discount to his current average of 101.1, so if he can continue the form it’ll still be a great purchase. Likely to be over $500K soon. With a history that shows him averaging 90+ in two separate seasons before, you’ve got to back the new Demon in that this form is here to stay.
There’s not too much more on offer in defence at the current point in time, however with Lloyd and Laird succumbing to head injuries in their last game, they’ll bounce back with a handy price fall to bring them in reach for our final defensive upgrades.
Lloyd BE 165
Laird BE 164
Hurley BE 143
Rance BE 135
Tom Rockliff $591K (-$12.4K) AVE 123.4, BE 50 – Despite being nearly $600K, this is the lowest point Rocky has been all season! He’s just one of three players averaging 120+ this year, in reputable company with Dangerfield and Sloane. A shoulder injury late in R8 didn’t stop him amassing 147 points to add to the 148 points in R7. His value is about to go through the roof.
Marc Murphy $542K (+$109.9K) AVE 113.8, BE 115 – Made it to $570K after R5, but has since cooled off a bit, dropping nearly $30K in price. Only scored 83 in his last game before the bye, but you can’t deny he’s been in just about career-best form in 2017, averaging a tick over 30 touches per match. Scoring 110+ points per game across the 2009-12 seasons, Murph is right back where we were used to seeing him in the SC fraternity. Other bye-free options around the same price include Bontempelli or Oliver, but both have higher breakevens at this point in time.
Neale BE 187
T.Mitchell BE 159
Bontempelli BE 158
Cripps BE 145
Let me guess, you’ve come here to replace Sandilands, looking for a cheap ruck fresh off his bye round? Unfortunately, there’s not much to offer here unless you pay near enough full/fair price for Stefan Martin $521K, or Matthew Kreuzer $525K. Both are averaging in the low hundreds. The former faces some price falls in the short-term, scoring 62 in his last game, while Matty Kreuzer has been tearing up the track and has risen $127K since R1.
Martin BE 137
Mumford BE 128
Mitch Wallis $473K (-$0) AVE 110.5, BE 58 – Big risk having only seen him play two games of footy this year. A breakeven of just 58 points will see him rise in value, so we could find this is the cheapest he’ll be. Averaged 98 in 2015, before breaking his leg in 2016 in a horrific accident. Played midfield in both games, collecting 26 and 28 disposals. He’s there waiting for you if you’re ready to run the gauntlet.
Luke Dahlhaus $478K AVE 99.5, BE 114 – For those who don’t have him, you’re in the minority. One of the most popular picks from R1, Dahlaus has been on a downward price trend for a little while now, falling over $100K in the last month! Anyone withholding from purchasing, must be considering taking a position in the Dahlhaus stock. What comes down, will certainly come back up in his case.
Kennedy BE 157
Ryder BE 141
Heeney BE 136
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