2018 AFL Draft

Written by Schwarzwalder on November 26 2018

1 1 Carlton Blues Sam Walsh
1 2 Gold Coast Suns Jack Lukosius
1 3 Gold Coast Suns Izak Rankine
1 4 St Kilda Saints Max King
1 5 Port Adelaide Power Connor Rozee
1 6 Gold Coast Suns Ben King
1 7 Western Bulldogs Bailey Smith
1 8 North Melbourne Kangaroos Tarryn Thomas
1 9 Adelaide Crows Chayce Jones
1 10 Sydney Swans Nick Blakey
1 11 GWS Giants Jye Caldwell
1 12 Port Adelaide Power Zak Butters
1 13 Collingwood Magpies Isaac Quaynor
1 14 GWS Giants Jackson Hately
1 15 Geelong Cats Jordan Clark
1 16 Adelaide Crows Ned McHenry
1 17 Fremantle Dockers Sam Sturt
1 18 Port Adelaide Power Xavier Duursma
1 19 Carlton Blues Liam Stocker
1 20 Richmond Tigers Riley Collier-Dawkins
1 21 Brisbane Lions Ely Smith
1 22 GWS Giants Xavier O’Halloran
1 23 Gold Coast Suns Jez McLennan
2 24 GWS Giants Ian Hill
2 25 Sydney Swans James Rowbottom
2 26 Western Bulldogs Rhylee West
2 27 Melbourne Demons Tom Sparrow
2 28 West Coast Eagles Xavier O’Neill
2 29 Collingwood Magpies Will Kelly
2 30 Adelaide Crows Will Hamill
2 31 West Coast Eagles Luke Foley
2 32 Fremantle Dockers Luke Valente
2 33 Melbourne Demons James Jordon
2 34 GWS Giants Kieren Briggs
2 35 West Coast Eagles Bailey Williams
2 36 Brisbane Lions Tom Berry
2 37 Western Bulldogs Laitham Vandermeer
2 38 Essendon Bombers Irving Mosquito
2 39 West Coast Eagles Jarrod Cameron
2 40 Brisbane Lions Tom Joyce
2 41 St Kilda Saints Jack Bytel
2 42 Brisbane Lions Connor McFadyen
2 43 Richmond Tigers Jack Ross
3 44 Sydney Swans Justin McInerney
3 45 Western Bulldogs Ben Cavarra
3 46 North Melbourne Kangaroos Curtis Taylor
3 47 St Kilda Saints Matthew Parker
3 48 Geelong Cats Ben Jarvis
3 49 North Melbourne Kangaroos Bailey Scott
3 50 Geelong Cats Jacob Kennerley
3 51 Sydney Swans Zac Foot
3 52 Hawthorn Hawks Jacob Koschitzke
3 53 Melbourne Demons Aaron Nietschke
3 54 St Kilda Saints Nick Hind
3 55 Brisbane Lions Noah Answerth
4 56 Melbourne Demons Marty Hore
4 57 Fremantle Dockers Lachlan Shultz
4 58 Richmond Tigers Fraser Turner
4 59 Fremantle Dockers Brett Bewley
4 60 Essendon Bombers Noah Gown
4 61 GWS Giants Connor Idun
4 62 Richmond Tigers Luke English
4 63 Hawthorn Hawks Mathew Walker
4 64 Adelaide Crows Lachlan Scholl
4 65 Geelong Cats Darcy Fort
4 66 Carlton Blues Finbar O’Dwyer
4 67 St Kilda Saints Robert Young
4 68 Geelong Cats Jake Tarca
4 69 North Melbourne Kangaroos Joel Crocker
5 70 Carlton Blues Ben Silvagni
5 71 Gold Coast Suns Caleb Graham
5 72 Essendon Bombers Brayden Ham
5 73 Port Adelaide Power Riley Grundy
5 74 Geelong Cats Oscar Brownless
5 75 Melbourne Demons Toby Bedford
6 76 Port Adelaide Power Boyd Woodcock
8 77 Collingwood Magpies Atu Bosenavulagi
11 78 Western Bulldogs Will Hayes
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    1. Looks that way, Brad. Till now, it’s only confirmed for “AFL Fantasy”. When the SC positions come out, we’ll post them up…..

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      1. Fantasy and SuperCoach usually start the year with the same DPPs, so it’s definitely a good sign.

        And it’s not just Dangerfield – there are a lot of good prospects in that list. Perhaps next year the forward-line won’t be the wasteland it has been?

        Westhoff as a RUC/FWD is particularly exciting – no longer having to panic about one of your primary ruckmen missing a week is big in and of itself, but even better is the fact that this gives us a way to start Mumford despite his three-week ban.

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          1. I won’t post the whole article (I don’t want to get the site into any copyright-related trouble), but basically it says that Dangerfield spent 37 % of his time up forward last year, and the cutoff for DPP status is 35 %.

            Here’s the list from the article (note: it may not be complete, but this is all they have told us so far)

            TOP 2019 DPP PICKS

            DEFENDER-MIDFIELDER

            Andrew McGrath (Essendon)

            Lachie Weller (Gold Coast)

            Corey Ellis (Gold Coast)

            DEFENDER-FORWARD

            Darcy Moore (Collingwood)

            Jack Silvagni (Carlton)

            Ben Silvagni (Carlton)

            RUCK-FORWARD

            Justin Westhoff (Port Adelaide)

            Rory Lobb (Fremantle)

            Jordan Roughead (Collingwood)

            Jonathon Patton (GWS Giants)

            Jon Ceglar (Hawthorn)

            MIDFIELDER-FORWARD

            Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)

            Tim Kelly (Geelong)

            Isaac Heeney (Sydney)

            Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)

            Devon Smith (Essendon)

            Toby McLean (W.Bulldogs)

            Sam Menegola (Geelong)

            Michael Walters (Fremantle)

            Will Setterfield (Carlton)

            Jack Martin (Gold Coast)

            Chad Wingard (Hawthorn)

            Jack Newnes (St Kilda)

            Caleb Daniel (W.Bulldogs)

            KEY PLAYERS WHO HAVE LOST DPP

            Paul Seedsman (Adelaide): Def-Mid to Mid only

            Hugh McCluggage (Brisbane): Mid-Fwd to Mid only

            Jordan De Goey (Collingwood): Mid-Fwd to Fwd only

            Aaron Francis (Essendon): Def-Fwd to Fwd only

            Pearce Hanley (Gold Coast): Def-Mid to Def only

            Tim Taranto (GWS Giants): Mid-Fwd to Mid only

            James Sicily (Hawthorn): Def-Fwd to Def only

            Angus Brayshaw (Melbourne): Def-Mid to Mid only

            Luke McDonald (Nth Melb): Def-Mid to Def only

            Travis Boak (Port Adel): Mid-Fwd to Fwd only

            Jack Higgins (Richmond): Mid-Fwd to Fwd only

            Josh Caddy (Richmond): Mid-Fwd to Fwd only

            Kane Lambert (Richmond) Mid-Fwd to Fwd only

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