While East Fremantle colts skipper and Melbourne father-son prospect Taj Woewodin blitzed Sunday’s draft combine at Wesley College, his nervous dad and Brownlow medallist Shane stayed far away.
Corey Warner is a great runner with a burst of speed who’s hoping to emulate older brother Chad in making an early impact on an AFL list.
Brady Hough is a goal-kicking midfielder who has gone from country footballer to State representative in less than a year to emerge as a draft bolter.
Matt Johnson has the toughness and polish required to be a first-round contender and future midfield star.
Lochlan Paton’s match-winning goal for WA against SA could help his chances of finding an AFL home.
Ethan Regan is a star athlete who’s in line to join West Coast through their Next Generation Academy.
James Tunstill has covered some kilometres from his south-west home this year to bolt into the eyes of recruiters - including at West Coast.
Taj Woewodin is the son of a Brownlow medallist whose vast improvement this year has thrust him onto recruiters’ radars.
Jack Williams is a jack-of-all-trades prospect who could hear his name called as early as the second round.
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Bryce Watson is one of WA’s best defensive draft prospects with great closing speed and an ability to read the play.
Jacob van Rooyen looms as a tantalising prospect as a key forward or back and is likely to hear his name called early.
It would be a dream come true for Josh Cripps to join his older brother and “one of my best mates” Patrick at Carlton, and confirmed he had spoken with the club in the lead-up to next month’s national draft.
John McIntosh won a premiership for Claremont, a Simpson medal for WA, was All-Australian twice and was runner-up in the Brownlow Medal while playing for St Kilda.
Jesse Motlop is a crafty small forward with strong AFL family links who’s in Freo’s sights through their Next Generation Academy.
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Jahmal Stretch is an athletic forward who’s hoping to give Halls Creek yet another impressive AFL story.
Angus Sheldrick is a draft certainty who’s shown the work ethic and consistency required to make an impact at AFL level.
Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir believes the Dockers have been too impatient throughout their 27-year history by turning to big-name recruits for a “quick fix”.
South Adelaide young gun Jason Horne-Francis is starting to see himself as a North Melbourne player, a month out from the national draft.
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Fremantle are looking to the sport of golf for answers to their goal kicking problems, with the Dockers exploring working with highly-regarded Ritchie Smith - coach of Minjee Lee - this summer.
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