Rory Laird $515,500 (-$11.3K) AVE 106.7, BE 113 – Laird is putting together a mighty fine season at the ladder leaders, averaging 32 touches. In Round 11, he smacked his head against the turf and came off second best, succumbing to a score of 59 points. That’s brought his price from $560K to $515K in a matter of weeks. Undoubtedly in the top 6 defenders this season, so you’d be silly to pass him up.
Jake Lloyd $411,800 (-$48.4K) AVE 91.4, BE 54 – A breakout 2017 season and being classified as a defender/midfielder has put Lloyd on the agenda this year. A few clever players took a punt on him from Round 1 and had it not been for a KO on just 4 points in Round 10, he’d be averaging 99. It’s plain to see, that he’s a ridiculous bargain at this point. Every man and his dog will be all over Lloyd this week.
Johanissen $385K, BE 149 (might see him in the Rookie Review soon!)
Adams $537K, BE 145
Hibberd $483K, BE 123
Lachie Neale $563,900 (-$48.9K) AVE 114.6, BE 105 – He’s backed up last season with another brilliant first half to the year, notching up ton after ton and escaping the headlines as he does it. If Neale played for a Victorian club, we’d be hearing his name a lot more. An off game of 55 in Adelaide’s thrashing of the Dockers in Round 10 could be excused. He was back to the usual output of 125 in the week before the bye, cruising to 32 disposals. Down from $652K in R9.
Robbie Gray $428,400 (-$159.8K) AVE 90.1, BE 41 – Do you dare? Playing more as a forward this season seems to have hampered his output from being a very consistent 105-115 average in the last three years. I have heard around the traps that he’s been playing sore this year (don’t quote me on that), so he is a massive risk. Minuscule price tag for a man of his potential though.
Sloane $594K, BE 199
Rockliff $582K, BE 197
Hannebery $572K, BE 175
Todd Goldstein $536,500 (-$51.9K) AVE 98.8, BE 90 – Goldy now has five tons from his last six games, so surely has dismissed that early season start that saw his price drop like a ton of bricks. 128 points on the weekend was his second highest for the year. R10’s 89 point game now falls from his price cycle, so another 100+ score will push him higher in value. Still well down on his 2017 starting price.
Gawn $595K, BE 210
Mumford $531K, BE 138
Mitch Wallis $485,100 (+$11.4K) AVE 104.3, BE 92 – He’s the only one of four forwards that are averaging 100+ and are less than $500K. With just the 23 touches (his lowest tally since returning from injury), Wallis managed to reach 114 points on the back of his 9 tackles.
Kennedy $480K, BE 157
Franklin $471K, BE 139
Cameron $459K, BE 136
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