The Next Big Things

Written by Motts on June 23 2010

Who are the blokes that you think will take the next step in 2011? Who are going to be the bargains in half a season’s time?

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  1. – I’m already looking at Jesse Smith to finally overcome his injury woes and be a gun off half back for the Saints next year.

    -Ditto for Marcus Drum who may well flourish in a winning environment with Geelong.

    – I’l be putting Luke Tapscott from Melbourne in my team next year, he will be a gun and will be cheaper than the majority of high first year picks due to missing most of this season with injury.

    -Chris Knights will be in All-Australian contention at Half-Forward Flank if he can get his body right. STRAIGHT IN TO MY TEAM NEXT YEAR.

    – Robbie Gray will break the injury shackles next season and be released into the midfield full-time, and the points will flow.

    – Bernie Vince to bounce back from this horrendous year with All-Australian nomination also.

    – Travis Tuck to return from the Wilderness and be a midfield Dynamo.

    – Robbie Warnock to realise his potential and join Kreuzer on his return to be a big force in the ruck.

    – Chris Masten to become the in and under specialist at The Eagles with Contested Possessions aplenty= Super Coach Points.

    – Ah Chee from the Gold Coast to explode onto the AFL scene. Saw this kid at the U-18 nationals last year and he blitzed it.

    – Jason Daniltchenko to come out of retirement and delight the pies fans as a forward who can actually kick goals.

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  2. Dayne Beams, Steele Sidebottom, Sharrod Wellingham all to become reliable scorers from that team you all love.
    Kane Lucas from the bluebaggers, Trengrove from Port, Knights from the Crows with Dangerfield to become a reliable gun. Rohan from the Swans, Blight from the Pies, About 10 from GC, James Strauss, Tapscott, Watts, and maybe Max Gawn from the D’s. Travis Boak from the Pies, Hardingham, Hurley, Williams, Melksham from Dons. Warnock if he satisfies kouta with his work rate, Ayce Cordy from the Doggies, Hamish Hartlett from the power, Stevenson from W.C, RELTON WILL COME GOOD NEXT YEAR!!! ooh and Darren Jolly will be a cheap as chips scorer next year and Seaby should be cheap too. Griffiths from Richmond and maybe David Astbury.

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  3. Cash cows for 2011

    DARREN JOLLY – He will continue to struggle this year, maybe come good at finals time. Start of 2011 should see him priced at low 300’s, The big fella will re-capture his form of 2009 and see him in contention for All-Australian selection.

    JACK WATTS – Should start in the low 200’s. Time for the #1 pick to show why he was selected.

    most improved for 2011

    JUSTIN KOSCHITZKE – Has never really played to his full potential and next year will finally take the step up to perform to the liking of his partner in crime Riewoldt . Think BUDDY and ROUGHY of ’08.

    BRENDAN FEVOLA – Has had a pathetic year by his standards but watch out for the big FEV next year. Expect him to be in the low 300’s at the beginning but then to kick another 100 in a year and be high 500’s by season end.

    FALLEN OFF THE BAND WAGON FOR 2011

    MICHAEL BARLOW – This guy has been awesome in his first year. Should finish top 5 in the brownlow at the rate he is going. However watch for a big drop in form next year.

    BROWNLOW WINNER 2011

    BRYCE GIBBS – Will win the Charlie, enough said (and no im not a carlton supporter)

    PREMIERS 2011

    GEELON to do a three-peat without the little master.

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    1. fev is a complete spud ,and i think he is very overrated and a liability , and barlow wont drop his standards next year , he is a complete gun and he will win charlie in 2011.

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    2. people should just give up on kosi. he is never going to step up and be the player people keep saying he is going to be, He has had ample time to do it especially with rooey going down it was his time to shine and low and behold he failed…again.

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  4. Dale Thomas – Although 2010 is his breakout year, I expect Thomas to pick up where he left off in 2011 and lift his average to a premium ~105ppg.

    Scott Pendlebury – This bloke is already a gold premium, but expect him to go BANG in 2011 and become one of the best of the best, averaging 120ppg.

    Dayne Beams and Steele Sidebottom – This two mad dogs will enter their lucrative 3rd season, meaning they will explode to quality supercoach units, averaging 90+ppg. Keep a look out for Beams to be listed as a forward. If he is, he will be extremelly popular

    Trent Cotchin – If this bloke finally gets a full pre-season under his belt, then keep an eye on him, as he is primed to lift.

    Lachie Hansen – He is starting to show signs that next year he could absolutely explode, rocketting him to jet status.

    Ben Reid – This bloke WILL either be a fantastic mid-priced cas cow back option or; a genuine keeper. Either way, you can’t lose by picking him up.

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    1. I stopped reading after the first two words.

      Collingwood supporters are dillusional and therefore can not be taken seriously.

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      1. That’s your loss Nicko, we can learn some of our greatest lessons in life from those we don’t like/don’t like us.
        Still you would hardly be friendless in your dislike of Collingwood.

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    2. Fair, balanced, call Dave. Not sure I agree on Hansen, though. He can mark it, but his disposal is a little ordinary.
      Cothcin looks likely though, and Ben Reid is going to be a star. Daisy is just getting better and better.

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  5. So, Nicko, you dont think that Dale Thomas can take an even bigger step next year and become a pure rolled gold premium? I bet last year you were saying he would never take the next step, well, his numbers this year make you eat humble pie champ.

    Also, try and genuinely argue that Pendlebury can’t become a Judd like Supercoach hero and that Beams won’t be a popular option if listed as a forward/mid? Or that Ben Reid hasn’t showed signs that he could become a good supercoacher, as he has cemented his spot in the side and will continue to develop over the next half of the year before 2011.

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    1. Dave, if I really wanted to take a swipe at Collingwood I would have done so by attacking ur older brigade as they are clearly the ones letting u down.

      I was disgusted in ur earlier comments as like all Collingwood supporters; your one-eyed approach to any footy topic seriously under minds ur ability to make interesting and/intuitive points.

      U have mentioned 4 Collingwood players out of 6 which is sickening in itself, but to forget that Daisy Thomas has been an utter disappointment over the past 3 seasons is also unforgivable.

      Pendlebury will never become a Judd like Supercoach player. He is a designated kicker and not an animal at the contest, Im sure most of ur fans would like to keep it that way, because he is soft as butter. Just another weak prik from Sale who got a touch-up down there not to long ago after getting lippy.

      I bet u were one of these Collingwood morons who were claiming that Nathan Brown would become the next big thing down back a couple of years ago. Where’s his career at now? John Anthony’s certainly kicking on now also isn’t he? Cameron Wood, what a trade! Danny Stanley certainly has made a great go of his career hasnt he?

      The list go’s on and on with Collingwood supporters telling everyone how great these kids are going to be. Perhaps you should try looking at talent elsewhere instead of focusing all your energy on making arguments of little substance supporting mislead and biased comments.

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      1. Haha are you fair dinkum Nicko? Tell me what side you support and I could go through your list and name many failures, every club has them! You are clutching at straws with Stanley. As if any Collingwood fan cares about his career. There are blokes like that on every list; even Geelong.

        As for Pendles, you don’t have to be a contested monster to have a 120+ppg average, have a look at Leigh Montagna version 2009. I do admit, I like Judd, but it will be hard for Pendles to get Judd like scores, as the CD boys won’t bias scores towards Pendles, only Judd. And that call about him getting a touch up in Sale is a disgrace! As a citizen of this country I don’t know how you can condone a bloke being king hit from behind by a gutless coward. -That comment is sure to lose you some respect (if you have any at all). You must be gutless to even use that as an argument! Soft as butter? Get a look at his 2010 tackle count, 17th in the comp.

        Nathan Brown still has the potential. In his opening year he towled up some pretty handy names; but injuries have hindered his development since.

        So do you think it is more appropriate for me to make judgement on players from other clubs who I don’t see as much as Collingwood players? I see those blokes I mentioned play every week, so I have a pretty educated and informed view on their futures. There are plenty of Collingwood players I wouldn’t reccommend to pick up next year. The ones listed genuinely apply themselves to this particular topic.

        I win.

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        1. HAHAHAHAHA! King hit from behind? mmmm just like what that other Collingwood moron (Cook) did to someone down in Sale also. Pendlebury had his involvement in that altercation also.
          Just desserts I reckon.

          Notice how you have to ask me what side I support? As my earlier comment has a BROAD spectrum of talented young/returning players. Once again, my attack was not intended at Collingwood, more the narrow-sighted attitude of their incompetent supporters such as yourself.

          If you must know, I’m a Geelong supporter. And could name you many a dud on the list, with more concise and accurate arguments than you could manufacture, as obviously all you do is watch Collingwood games and listen to people like Tony Shaw who love talking up Collingwood in any way, shape or form.

          When your not comparing the young talent at Collingwood to other young players, then whats the point of rating them at all? Surely you must want some idea of how the other young players at other clubs are coming along? Im afraid all youv’e done is emphasised the point I brought up in my original reponse to your opening comment, so I win.

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          1. Did you not see the footage? Getting king hit from behind is just desserts? If karma is real, then you are going to get a nice old touch up when you’re not looking from some thug any time soon. Promoting thuggery is a true indication that you are a below average human.

            I watch most games each week, but I watch Collingwood games with more intent. I generally can see when a Collingwood youngster isn’t going to come on. But, I can also recognise when blokes are going to be good footballers. Beams, Sidebottom and Reid all fit into this category. It’s not about comparing these blokes to youngsters from other clubs, it’s about recognising whether or not they will develop into better players in 2011. Comparisons are irrelevant. Just because I mention 4/6 Collingwood players doesn’t make me bias. There is no criteria to be ‘broad’. It is to simply name players who you think are going to explode in 2011, who cares if i’m not a politically correct douche.

            If you were to name players you think are going to come on from Geelong (if that’s who you really support) then I don’t see the problem with that. You see them more than other players and have a more educated view on whether or not they can develop into gun AFL footballers compared to a bloke from Port who you may hardly see. Just because you see his SC average each week doesn’t put you in a position to declare if he will be a gun in 2011, you need to actually watch the bloke play.

            Tony Shaw? Every Collingwood fan knows that this bloke is a complete f*#kwit! He never, ever talks the pies up. If you have ever read an article he has written or listened to a word he has said about Collingwood since his glorious coaching days then you will see that he has had nothing but negative things to say. Worst games record holder in an AFL clubs history.

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    1. collingwood are a tad delusional …geelong and st kilda will play off in the grand final . collingwood will miss out by a bees dick .

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  6. So premiership wins are relevant to players who are serious chances to become ‘the next big things’? If you don’t consider those blokes for next year then you are ‘dillusional’ (delusional).

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    1. I agree with all your ‘next big things’ except for Thomas. I reckon this is a one off year. but i guess we’ll find out next year then ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. Brandon Matera — Quietly spoken eighteen year old Western Australian Brandon Matera is the son of former Fitzroy and West Coast player Wally Matera, and the nephew of former Eagles Peter and Phil Matera.

    A silkily skilled left footer who is equally at home scrapping hard in the midfield or conjuring goals as creative small forward, Matera will be one of Gold Coast Football Clubโ€™s youthful building blocks in coming seasons.

    Yet another GCFC-based product of the AIS/AFL Academy, Matera starred for Western Australian under 16 and under 18 sides and following a string of dazzling performances at last yearโ€™s National Championships, he was one of the first picked for the 2009 under 18 All Australian side. Materaโ€™s early season VFL form has been nothing short of scintillating.

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        1. Used to watch his old man at South Freo as a kid. Great player. Wish his boy stayed in the West with the Dockers.

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  8. Lions perspective – both have been listed as emergencies this year, but most likely won’t get a shot til next year.

    Callum Bartlett – Probably would have gone in the top three picks this year if it wasn’t for a knee injury sustained before which has kept him out for most of this year as well.
    Jesse O’brien – Fast outside type with good foot skills.

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      1. Reckon so, except he will be an emergency for a lot of the year. He needs to be seen as a utility who can go forward or back and hope for injuries to get senior games. There is a little to much quality in front of him. In saying that a lot can happen in 8 months and i hope he proves me wrong.

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          1. Ardi needs to be given the extensive level of exposure to determine the level of Judgement made as to his action in the area described herein.

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  9. Who’s your brownlow prediction for this year?

    I’m going for a roughie in Chappy ($51), hopefully his strings don’t go ping until the finals.

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    1. Agreed PA.

      I smacked 20 bucks on him. Surely TAB must be factoring in his poor injury record and the possibility of Geelong resting him, because his year to date has been outstanding.

      Would hav to be close to Gaz so far, and his had a far better last month of football.

      Goddard and the Freo boys look the next best chance.

      Not sure how each one will poll, but old Pav does attract the votes in Goodes-esque style.

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  10. The blokes I think will take the next step in 2011 are:
    Jarrad Grant – will be hard to stop with some size on him
    Garrick Ibbotson – already looking good
    Kane Lucas has impressed in limited opp’s this year
    Trent Cotchin – due to break out
    Dustin Martin will get better with a year of footy in him
    Liam Anthony will come back and be a gun again
    Majak Daw will (hopefully) be the feel good story of the year
    Michael Hurley – an uninterrupted pre-season in his 3rd year will make all the difference.

    And in 2012, keep an eye out for:
    Levi Casboult

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  11. Daniel Gorringe (18 year old Norwood ruckman).
    Since Adam and Eve bypassed this bountiful source of Vitamin C for something more forbidden we have been looking for rhyming slang for it.
    Now, god-willing, our prayers may have been answered.
    Good call on Casboult too, the kid’s a beast.

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    1. Haha, nice one! ๐Ÿ™‚ Maybe in a few years we’ll see people at the bar asking for a vodka and Daniel??

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    2. I always thought u could pass Losenge off as close enough to rhyming with Orange. Not an opinion shared by many but its as close as ur gona get.

      Hopefully Gorringe can play tho and the name catches on.

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  12. Boak, Shiels, Ward, Shuey, Muston in the midfield;
    Hansen, Kennedy, Gray, in fwds;
    Hurley, Tapscott, inthe fwds

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  13. Will only try to comment on players of the club i support because they are the ones i know best.

    Mitch Brown – Is going to be a star, should be cheap especially if he doesnt play this this year, is lethal on the set shot.

    Travis Varcoe – already showing signs of great improvement if Gary goes he will get even more time in the midfield..

    Daniel Menzel – A half back flanker in the Enright mould and is great kick get on him if he gets a game early.

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    1. Do you have a problem with Hulkamania’s post Nicko? 3 players, all from the club he supports. I certainly don’t, as they are the players he knows best.

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      1. Ofcourse I don’t have a problem, he’s a Geelong supporter! HAHAHAHAHAHA.

        You seem to have taken my posts way to seriously Dave. You honestly think I would pour my heart and soul into stirring sumone like urself up? You took the bait and ive had my fun. No need for me to attack ur integrity and try to destroy your credibilty on a site that is supposed to be a bit of fun.

        By the way, hows ur supercoach team doing? Surely you must have some non-collingwood players in their to admire.

        P.S. I have been privy to information regarding the Pendlebury and Cook incidents/cases in Sale and assure there is more to with it than you appear to be lead to beleive. But, thats the media for you, they’l crucify sumone like Milne, and pull the wool over ur eyes with sumone else.

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        1. One – Collingwood supporters always take the bait and; Two – I don’t see how you could possibly attack my integrity and destory my credibility when your only knowledge of me is 4 posts!

          Anyway, let bygones be bygones on the issue.

          GO PIES!

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          1. Dave, you are articulate, you can spell and I have to assume you have your own teeth. Are you sure you support Collingwood? I follow the pies and I am bald, chubby, toothless, a thief and a flog. Go Pies.

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  14. Leigh Adams was just getting it all together before he went down with injury plus like i’ve said on this previously, old man Harris up at the Gold Coast will avg 100 and should be reasonably cheap up there.

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  15. Yeah I have the same idea on Harris, I dont really rate him as a player, but he gets in and under at the contest and will get decent enough points and should be cheapish.

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  16. jesse smith is definitely the best prospect to go boom based on his potential, this bloke is an absolute gun. Im a geelong supporter and when he was fit in two games he scared the shit out of me. I didnt want the ball anywhere near him because he just cut us up. However I have been waiting on him every year and I just dont think it will happen. He is a star player but his body just cant hold up in football, unfortunately i dont think we will see this guy play. Its a shame because if he did he would be one of the best in the afl.

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The Next Big Things

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Who are the blokes that you think will take the next step in 2011? Who are going to be the bargains in half a season’s time?

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  1. – I’m already looking at Jesse Smith to finally overcome his injury woes and be a gun off half back for the Saints next year.

    -Ditto for Marcus Drum who may well flourish in a winning environment with Geelong.

    – I’l be putting Luke Tapscott from Melbourne in my team next year, he will be a gun and will be cheaper than the majority of high first year picks due to missing most of this season with injury.

    -Chris Knights will be in All-Australian contention at Half-Forward Flank if he can get his body right. STRAIGHT IN TO MY TEAM NEXT YEAR.

    – Robbie Gray will break the injury shackles next season and be released into the midfield full-time, and the points will flow.

    – Bernie Vince to bounce back from this horrendous year with All-Australian nomination also.

    – Travis Tuck to return from the Wilderness and be a midfield Dynamo.

    – Robbie Warnock to realise his potential and join Kreuzer on his return to be a big force in the ruck.

    – Chris Masten to become the in and under specialist at The Eagles with Contested Possessions aplenty= Super Coach Points.

    – Ah Chee from the Gold Coast to explode onto the AFL scene. Saw this kid at the U-18 nationals last year and he blitzed it.

    – Jason Daniltchenko to come out of retirement and delight the pies fans as a forward who can actually kick goals.

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  2. Dayne Beams, Steele Sidebottom, Sharrod Wellingham all to become reliable scorers from that team you all love.
    Kane Lucas from the bluebaggers, Trengrove from Port, Knights from the Crows with Dangerfield to become a reliable gun. Rohan from the Swans, Blight from the Pies, About 10 from GC, James Strauss, Tapscott, Watts, and maybe Max Gawn from the D’s. Travis Boak from the Pies, Hardingham, Hurley, Williams, Melksham from Dons. Warnock if he satisfies kouta with his work rate, Ayce Cordy from the Doggies, Hamish Hartlett from the power, Stevenson from W.C, RELTON WILL COME GOOD NEXT YEAR!!! ooh and Darren Jolly will be a cheap as chips scorer next year and Seaby should be cheap too. Griffiths from Richmond and maybe David Astbury.

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  3. Cash cows for 2011

    DARREN JOLLY – He will continue to struggle this year, maybe come good at finals time. Start of 2011 should see him priced at low 300’s, The big fella will re-capture his form of 2009 and see him in contention for All-Australian selection.

    JACK WATTS – Should start in the low 200’s. Time for the #1 pick to show why he was selected.

    most improved for 2011

    JUSTIN KOSCHITZKE – Has never really played to his full potential and next year will finally take the step up to perform to the liking of his partner in crime Riewoldt . Think BUDDY and ROUGHY of ’08.

    BRENDAN FEVOLA – Has had a pathetic year by his standards but watch out for the big FEV next year. Expect him to be in the low 300’s at the beginning but then to kick another 100 in a year and be high 500’s by season end.

    FALLEN OFF THE BAND WAGON FOR 2011

    MICHAEL BARLOW – This guy has been awesome in his first year. Should finish top 5 in the brownlow at the rate he is going. However watch for a big drop in form next year.

    BROWNLOW WINNER 2011

    BRYCE GIBBS – Will win the Charlie, enough said (and no im not a carlton supporter)

    PREMIERS 2011

    GEELON to do a three-peat without the little master.

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  4. Dale Thomas – Although 2010 is his breakout year, I expect Thomas to pick up where he left off in 2011 and lift his average to a premium ~105ppg.

    Scott Pendlebury – This bloke is already a gold premium, but expect him to go BANG in 2011 and become one of the best of the best, averaging 120ppg.

    Dayne Beams and Steele Sidebottom – This two mad dogs will enter their lucrative 3rd season, meaning they will explode to quality supercoach units, averaging 90+ppg. Keep a look out for Beams to be listed as a forward. If he is, he will be extremelly popular

    Trent Cotchin – If this bloke finally gets a full pre-season under his belt, then keep an eye on him, as he is primed to lift.

    Lachie Hansen – He is starting to show signs that next year he could absolutely explode, rocketting him to jet status.

    Ben Reid – This bloke WILL either be a fantastic mid-priced cas cow back option or; a genuine keeper. Either way, you can’t lose by picking him up.

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  5. So, Nicko, you dont think that Dale Thomas can take an even bigger step next year and become a pure rolled gold premium? I bet last year you were saying he would never take the next step, well, his numbers this year make you eat humble pie champ.

    Also, try and genuinely argue that Pendlebury can’t become a Judd like Supercoach hero and that Beams won’t be a popular option if listed as a forward/mid? Or that Ben Reid hasn’t showed signs that he could become a good supercoacher, as he has cemented his spot in the side and will continue to develop over the next half of the year before 2011.

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  6. So premiership wins are relevant to players who are serious chances to become ‘the next big things’? If you don’t consider those blokes for next year then you are ‘dillusional’ (delusional).

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  7. Brandon Matera — Quietly spoken eighteen year old Western Australian Brandon Matera is the son of former Fitzroy and West Coast player Wally Matera, and the nephew of former Eagles Peter and Phil Matera.

    A silkily skilled left footer who is equally at home scrapping hard in the midfield or conjuring goals as creative small forward, Matera will be one of Gold Coast Football Clubโ€™s youthful building blocks in coming seasons.

    Yet another GCFC-based product of the AIS/AFL Academy, Matera starred for Western Australian under 16 and under 18 sides and following a string of dazzling performances at last yearโ€™s National Championships, he was one of the first picked for the 2009 under 18 All Australian side. Materaโ€™s early season VFL form has been nothing short of scintillating.

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  8. Lions perspective – both have been listed as emergencies this year, but most likely won’t get a shot til next year.

    Callum Bartlett – Probably would have gone in the top three picks this year if it wasn’t for a knee injury sustained before which has kept him out for most of this year as well.
    Jesse O’brien – Fast outside type with good foot skills.

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  9. Who’s your brownlow prediction for this year?

    I’m going for a roughie in Chappy ($51), hopefully his strings don’t go ping until the finals.

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  10. The blokes I think will take the next step in 2011 are:
    Jarrad Grant – will be hard to stop with some size on him
    Garrick Ibbotson – already looking good
    Kane Lucas has impressed in limited opp’s this year
    Trent Cotchin – due to break out
    Dustin Martin will get better with a year of footy in him
    Liam Anthony will come back and be a gun again
    Majak Daw will (hopefully) be the feel good story of the year
    Michael Hurley – an uninterrupted pre-season in his 3rd year will make all the difference.

    And in 2012, keep an eye out for:
    Levi Casboult

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  11. Daniel Gorringe (18 year old Norwood ruckman).
    Since Adam and Eve bypassed this bountiful source of Vitamin C for something more forbidden we have been looking for rhyming slang for it.
    Now, god-willing, our prayers may have been answered.
    Good call on Casboult too, the kid’s a beast.

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  12. Boak, Shiels, Ward, Shuey, Muston in the midfield;
    Hansen, Kennedy, Gray, in fwds;
    Hurley, Tapscott, inthe fwds

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  13. Will only try to comment on players of the club i support because they are the ones i know best.

    Mitch Brown – Is going to be a star, should be cheap especially if he doesnt play this this year, is lethal on the set shot.

    Travis Varcoe – already showing signs of great improvement if Gary goes he will get even more time in the midfield..

    Daniel Menzel – A half back flanker in the Enright mould and is great kick get on him if he gets a game early.

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  14. Leigh Adams was just getting it all together before he went down with injury plus like i’ve said on this previously, old man Harris up at the Gold Coast will avg 100 and should be reasonably cheap up there.

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  15. Yeah I have the same idea on Harris, I dont really rate him as a player, but he gets in and under at the contest and will get decent enough points and should be cheapish.

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  16. jesse smith is definitely the best prospect to go boom based on his potential, this bloke is an absolute gun. Im a geelong supporter and when he was fit in two games he scared the shit out of me. I didnt want the ball anywhere near him because he just cut us up. However I have been waiting on him every year and I just dont think it will happen. He is a star player but his body just cant hold up in football, unfortunately i dont think we will see this guy play. Its a shame because if he did he would be one of the best in the afl.

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