Dylan Roberton $442,100 (+$26.5K) AVE 96.4, BE 83 – 27 touches against Melbourne took Roberton to 100 points. Falling from the heights of $557K earlier in the season he’s currently the cheapest defender averaging more than 92 and has been the 6th best back. Has North Melbourne and Richmond to come.
Bryce Gibbs $464,900 (-$112.3K) AVE 104.7, BE 61 – Bryce is a real cheap option for those scraping together the last of their pennies. A couple of games have seen him tagged out of it to paltry results. 124 v Essendon and 97 v West Coast are his two latest scores. I’m sure it would surprise most to hear he’s the 15th highest scorer in total points this year. Hawthorn and Sydney to come.
Adam Treloar $497,300 (-$108.1K) AVE 102.3, BE 80 – It’s no secret that Treloar’s efficiency has hampered his returns this year. At under $500K now, he’s at the bottom of his season’s price curve, so now is the right time to buy if your budget restricts you from the pricier mids. 116 and 105 in his last two places him in reasonable form. Geelong and Melbourne to come.
Stefan Martin $477,600 (-$10.4K) AVE 100.5, BE 72 – Dropping from $570K after R5, Martin played a massive game against the Suns last week for 129 points, his sixth score in the 120+ territory this year. A cheaper alternative to the stand-out ruck, Kreuzer. Melbourne and North Melbourne to come.
Isaac Heeney $468,500 (+$35.1K) AVE 99.4, BE 69 – After three consecutive scores in the 80s, was 130 in the thrashing of the Dockers just a flash in the pan? The fourth highest average of all forwards this year, says no. It’s his third 130+ this season, which you’d expect to be improved upon in 2018. Adelaide and Carlton to come.