2023 SC Super Early Planning Thread

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We thinking Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto are good options with them both moving to Richmond?

Not the greatest destination to land as they are not traditionally a high premium scoring team.

Also interesting to see what it means at the other end of things with GWS.

Tom Green and Harry Perryman are the ones that stand out to me but all depends what mix Adam Kingsley wants.
Think Taranto is a bit of a gimme under 500k with fwd eligibility, will be the #2 guy behind Prestia.
Imagine Prestia and Cotchin will be nursed through the season too.
But getting him AND Hopper probably hurts his ceiling a bit, Hopper could end up with more CBAs as he can't swing fwd like Taranto can.

Hopper probably needs to cop a 10% discount on his 67 average to be really worth it.


Agreed on Green, he was their main CBA player, but still only averaged 55%, will have to see how GWS play under Kingsley.
Perryman already on the shortlist for draft sides, don't think I'd be brave enough to start him in regular.
 

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The U18 Championships decider is about to start, with Vic Metro and Vic Country squaring off. A number of next year’s top rookie prospects will be playing.
 
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He won’t be eligible until next year, and I’m guessing North won’t have #1 again. I gather Busslinger is the best defender this year and very highly regarded.
Hah yes, got excited without checking the eligibility :LOL:
Be interesting to see how Clarko views the list and whether they chase the KPD.

And on that second part, gee I hope we don't have #1 again next year either!
 
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