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On to the selections, both for the main draft and rookie draft. It is club by club in alphabetical order. The number in front is the draft pick, followed by the player name, (club of origin), age, height, weight and position, followed by a brief profile. There was no preseason draft as all clubs advised the AFL they would not participate. gas vs diesel prices ADELAIDE

An elite runner who uses his aerobic ability and skills to set up the play from defense. Finished in the top 10 for endurance at the draft combine. Comes from a footballing family with his farther Brett playing 36 games for Carlton 1992-1994 and his father’s cousins Craig (235 games for North Melbourne) and Brad (171 games for North Melbourne and Geelong) also having played league.

Reads the flight of the ball in the air very well so is an exceptional intercept mark (catch of the ball). Was the youngest attendee at last year’s draft combine and was overlooked in that draft. Returned to Murray for the year but also played three games for Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley League, the last of which was a premiership victory. BRISBANE

Joined Brisbane’s Academy at the age of 11. Big, strong and athletic and is a strong ballwinner. Played several games for the Lions’ NEAFL team in 2018 and was also impressive for the Allies at the Under-18 tournament, winning All-Australian honors. Was one of a select few Queenslanders invited to the AFL Draft Combine, but couldn’t complete the testing due to a foot injury sustained late in the 2018 season. The injury will delay his start to the preseason.

The Silvagni family legacy continues with Ben joining his brother Jack. Like his dad Stephen (Carlton’s list manager), Ben can play defense and forward. He started 2018 with Oakleigh as a forward before shifting to defense where he impressed at the U-18 tournament playing for Vic Metro. A serious thumb injury sustained at training limited the second half of Silvagni’s season. Has great hands and is mobile for his size. Has worked hard to add some muscle to his lean frame.

Selected by the Saints in 2014, a string of injuries restricted Goddard to just 10 senior games before he was delisted at the end of 2018. A big-bodied defender with the ability to shut down key forwards, he is strong overhead and has some speed. Has the ability to also play forward. The cousin of former Saint and Bomber Brendon trained with the Blues in the lead up to the draft.

A Collingwood Next Generation Academy product, Quaynor can play in defense and the midfield. A good decision maker and user of the ball by hand and foot, has the ability to play on both medium and small opponents. Has speed and agility and models his game on Bulldog speedster Jason Johannisen and Demon defender Neville Jetta. electricity cost nyc Could also possibly play a forward role as he won the draft combine goalkicking test with a perfect score.

Another pair delisted with the promise of being redrafted as rookies. Broomhead, who was originally drafted in 2012, is overcoming a nasty broken leg suffered in March. Murray was drafted as a rookie by Sydney in 2016 but never played a senior game before being traded to Collingwood at the end of 2017. He played 13 games for the Magpies in 2018, but is currently serving a provisional suspension due to an ASADA investigation for a possible anti-doping violation. ESSENDON

Another Essendon fan growing up, the Sudanese born Jok was overlooked in previous drafts. He represented the Dandenong Stingrays and Victoria Country during his teenage years, before playing a starring role in St Kevin’s College’s 2017 VAFA premiership win. In early November, he was training with St Kilda and blitzed everyone in the Saints’ time trial. Athletic and versatile.

The former captain of TAC Cup team Western Jets has spent the past five seasons with Williamstown. Bewley has shown consistent improvement every year to become one of the premier running midfielders in the competition. He was named in the VFL team of the year for the past two years and came second in Williamstown’s best and fairest behind Liston Medal (VFL Brownlow equivalent) winner Michael Gibbons. Kicks the ball long and wins the ball well and has great endurance. Equaled the endurance record at the 2018 state screening and ran the 20 meter sprint (appx 22 yards) in less than three seconds.

Performed well at the U-18’s winning the MVP award and All-Australian honors. Reads the play exceptionally well, has clean hands and uses the ball effectively by hand and foot. electricity water analogy animation Represented Australia in cricket at under-16 level and finished eighth in the 2km (1.2 miles) time trial at the draft combine with a time of 6:14. Has played senior football for Claremont.

Athletic, has speed and endurance and clean hands overhead. At the draft combine. Lukosius ran the 20m sprint (22 yards) in 2.98 seconds and performed strongly in the endurance tests. He finished in the top five for the kicking test and kicked 4.1 from five shots in the goalkicking test. Had an exceptional year with standout performances for South Australia in the national carnival and at senior level for Woodville.

Athletic, speedy and classy playmaker who can create something out of nothing, has an innate goal sense. Kicked five goals for South Australia at the U-18’s to help his side to victory over Vic Metro. Impressed at the draft combine where he won the agility test. Won back-to-back Under-18 All Australian honors and has already played three years of senior football with West Adelaide. A member of the AFL Academy.

Originally drafted by Adelaide in 2014, he was traded at the end of 2016 without a senior game. Has yet to debut with the Suns and was delisted and redrafted as a rookie. A good ballwinner and has good disposal skills. During his time with the Crows, he claimed third place in Adelaide’s State League Club Champion award in 2017, finishing behind 300-gamer Scott Thompson and defender Tom Doedee. It was the second consecutive year that Wigg finished third in the award.

Drafted by the Hawks as a rookie in 2011 and elevated to the seniors in 2013 and starred in the 2014 finals series and was a member of Hawthorn’s premiership team that year. A good ball winner, he spent part of 2018 closer to goal but played only 6 games for the season and was delisted but the Hawks always intended to redraft him as a rookie. He has a career tally of 72 games.

Reads the game exceptionally well and makes good decisions with the ball and is smart around goals. electricity generation capacity Captained the Allies at the U-18’s and won All-Australian honors. His strong running capabilities enable him to run and support his teammates to outnumber in transition. The son of former Geelong and North Melbourne player Robert Scott was eligible join Gold Coast as an Academy player, but nominated the Kangaroos over the Cats and Suns as a father-son recruit.

Strong overhead for his size, has quick hands and vision, is fast, has courage and tackles aggressively. Won the Division One best and fairest at the U-16 games in 2016 and was an important member of South Australia’s Under-18 winning side this year. Has already debuted at senior level with North Adelaide. Dominated at the draft combine, ranking high in the vertical jump test, agility test and recorded the second-best 20 meter sprint (appx 22 yards) time.

Has an exciting burst of speed which allows him to break the lines out of defense or out of the middle. Can work his way through traffic and is athletic. Captained Gippsland and was prominent for Vic Country. Placed third the running vertical jump at the draft combine. His father Dean was on Sydney and Melbourne’s list, until injury cut short his career. Xavier’s uncle Jamie played 59 games for the Swans, Brisbane Bears and Melbourne.

Port Adelaide completed the Rookie Draft by adding Next Generation Academy players Martin Frederick and Kai Pudney as Category B rookies. Both have been part of the club’s Multicultural and Indigenous Next Generation Academy, as Fredericks is of South Sudanese descent and Pudney of Japanese descent. The duo trained with the Port Adelaide AFL group during the 2018 preseason and also represented South Australia in a championship-winning under 18 national team this year.

Tall and athletic, he is very good in the air, a long kick and agile at ground level. Excellent in front of goal. Won the 2017 Harrison Medal as best player in Division Two at the U-18’s and was runner-up this year. Can play a variety of positions. GWS was interested but the Swans matched the bid to secure Blakey who had nominated the Swans as his preferred destination. His father John has been a long-time senior assistant coach. Has had injury issues over last two seasons and a sore ankle ruled him out of testing at the draft combine.

Strong overhead, reads the game exceptionally well, is quick and competitive and has the ability to play on tall and small opponents while staying strong in contests. Missed most of the season after rupturing the ACL in his knee. He was unable to test at the draft combine as he continues his rehab, but had previously recorded a 2.84 in the 20 meter sprint (appx 22 yards), which would have had him ranked No.1 had he tested in October.

Arguably the best ruckman in the TAC Cup competition in 2018, who has also developed into a dangerous key forward. Williams is quick, agile, strong and has a great natural leap. He recorded 66cm (appx 2.5 feet) in the standing vertical jump at the draft combine and won the running vertical jump . u gas cedar hill mo Has drawn comparisons to Port Adelaide star Paddy Ryder.

Hard-running, has elite endurance, is a prolific ball-winner and very good at stoppages. Can push forward to kick goals. W-as named Vic Metro MVP at the U-18 games and won All-Australian honors. He was so determined to ensure he would be drafted, he put himself on a strict training regimen (some thought he was overdoing it), looked after himself and even watched his diet, right down to measuring his food portions.