Essendon trading could shake things up, Bailey Humphrey Melbourne, Elijah Hewett St Kilda

Essendon trading could shake things up, Bailey Humphrey Melbourne, Elijah Hewett St Kilda

If any club outside of the top 10 can make a trade in the early stages of Monday night’s tryouts, rival teams believe it will likely happen. Melbourne.

And if the Demons succeed in such a move, they can shake the top of the order considerably.

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widely expected harun cadman (GWS Giants), will be Ashcroft (Lion father-son proposal matched), George Wardlaw and harry sheezel (both North Melbourne) will be picked up with the top four picks before the inaugural pick for the Bombers Monday night.

essendon Debating whether to choose the explosive Oakleigh Chargers Elijah Tsatas gunner or large-bodied Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Matthew Phillipou with the first choice. But the Bombers will also listen to all offers from rival clubs until it’s time for the draft.

Packed with Pick 13, the first round of two futures and the second round of two futures, the Demons have already been proactive and have had a few cracks while trying to get the top five picks of the Bombers. Dees is believed to be willing to bring in one of the top candidates to stay out of the top four picks.

While Melbourne has done work on Phillipou, multiple industry sources said foxfooty.com.au On Monday morning, the Demons also keep a close eye on the explosive Gippsland Power striker midfielder. outdoor humphreyhas been one of the top 10 bolts for the year.

Bailey Humphrey of Gippsland Power. Image: Kelly TreasureSource: Getty Images

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A true impact player, Humphrey has the perfect overhead mark for a penetrating kick, formidable football acumen, and a prospect his size. Despite his injury-stricken season, Humphrey played three eye-catching NAB League games including 4.5, 12 points and five steals from 31 disposals against the Northern Knights before causing a national championships-level headache for Vic Metro’s defense.

Phillipou, Tsatas and Humphrey would all bring a different dynamic to Melbourne’s roster. But if Dees bombs live trade and takes Humphrey, this draft will shake the top of the order significantly.

Gold CoastHolding the election after Essendon’s, he received extensive tips for hiring Humphrey after he had cooled off from WA’s best prospect. reuben ginbey In recent weeks – although the Suns recently flew to Dunsborough to interview Ginbey and his family at their home.

If Humphrey was off the board, the Suns would likely return to Ginbey. West Coast Eagles has been heavily linked to their first election. West Coast would later turn to other WA hopes Jedd Busslinger and ed areaor attack an interstate player missed by Hawthorn and Geelong like Phillipou or Sandringham’s cam mackenzie.

Brad Scott, Senior Coach of the Bombers. Image: Darrian TraynorSource: Getty Images

Sunday night Essendon coach Brad Scott said AFL Media The club remained open to trade the 4th Pick that night, but suggested it must have been an «extraordinary offer» for the Bombers portion of the election.

Still, if the Bombers hold their ground, there is growing speculation that the player they didn’t choose from Tsatas and Phillipou could slide all the way to St Kilda’s pick.

And if the Demons are out of the top 10, they’re still expected to be active while trying to change the picks.

Melbourne could try to get ahead of the West Coast to give it a better chance to secure WA bolt Allan, who has been interested in multiple clubs with first-round picks, including Geelong in Pick 7.

But Dees is currently one of the few suitors in the mix for Pick 19, the opening pick for the second round. giants. The nature of the two-night draft event – the first round is held the night before the second round and then the second night – the 19th Pick means it’s one of the most sought after picks because it’s won over to clubs. first jump to a ‘slider’ or a preferred possibility before the others.

The club is expected to look into West Adelaide’s selection if Melbourne seizes the opening runoff pick. Harry Barnett – best mayhem in the draft pool – while the other SA candidate Jacob Ryan and exciting center forward brayden george may be in the field of view. Barnett and George also receive first-round attention from the Giants and Swans, while Ryan is linked to Pies’ opening pick.

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adelaide He also showed interest in Pick 19. The Crows who picked first in Pick 46 and are now preparing to make a bid for the father-son candidate max michalanney To come as early as the first round, they are prepared to trade their future runoff picks (linked to North Melbourne’s 2023 finishing position) to return to the early stages of this year’s auditions.

The Giants hold the 15th, 18th and 19th Elections, but at least one of these picks is expected to move to another club. For example, if Dev buys players with 15th and 18th Picks, they will almost certainly trade 19th Picks. But if they trade the 18th Pick, they’ll likely keep their second-round pick to pick up a player.

Other live trading hours include: sydney and Carlton – There are suggestions that the Swans can entertain raising the lineup and help the Blues share their picks – of St Kilda interest in strong WA player Elijah Hewett rivals think the Saints could end up with a late first-round pick to get ahead of West Coast, Essendon and potentially Adelaide who could advance to the second round.

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