Thursday, 25 February 2010

AFL Dream Team Smokies to Consider

Matt Suckling (Haw) $158,500: After 3 years on the Hawks Rookie list Sucking looks set to be given his chance this season. At 22yrs of age Suckling has a massive chance to make himself a regular in the Hawks backline. After playing just the one game in round one last season against Geelong when covering for the Hawks massively depleted list. In Suckling's first NAB cup game he put his best foot forward collecting 16 touches and kicking a goal. As a back and at a first year player price he is one to monitor closely through the remainder of the pre-season.


Jack Steven (StK) $200,400:
Steven was the youngest player picked in his draft year and played his first
game in round 20 against the Hawks tasting success and in doing so picking up 14 touches and scoring 76 DT points. Stevns played in the round one NAB cup match against Collingwood however was troubled by an ankle injury he picked up in the first quarter and was subbed off in the 3rd. So don't let the low score put you off if you are keen on Jacky.


Nick Salter (PORT) $222,900: Salter has played most of is Career as a forward but according to Chad Cornes he is set to make a move to the Port Defence. In Salter's 5 matches late last year he put together a couple of nice DT scores including a 79 against the Hawks in R18 and an 83 against the Lions in R21. The first NAB cup game backed up Chad's claims as Salter racked up 86 Dream Team points which included a sensational kick to handball ratio of 17:2. This boy knows how to play Dream Team football. Keep your eye on him.


James Strauss (Melb) $94,500:
After an injury interrupted first season Melboune's 3rd pick in last years draft and pick 19 overall, James will be very keen to turn his bad luck around after a smooth pre-season. Strauss improved as the match went on looking fairly comfortable is his first hit-out at the top grade. Strauss averaged 75 Dream Team points throughout the TAC Cup and with Melbounre looking to play as many talented youngsters from Round one he will be pushing for a start. Could also be a sneaky alternative to Scully or Trengrove and being a year old he may just outperform them both.

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