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Offline Gigantor

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #210 on: November 05, 2013, 02:06:17 PM »
Not sure Bents..

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #211 on: November 05, 2013, 02:15:17 PM »
i think the draft has become more 'scientific' since 1990

the chance of finding a gun @ 79 is less likely than 23 years ago
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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #212 on: November 05, 2013, 07:17:11 PM »
How many people with good football ability and character going to be left at 50 and 70?

From 2010 draft (long enough to be sure and time to develop)
70 Duigan
76 Seedsman
85 Garlett
87 Barlow
91 Blair
97 Jaensch
100 De Boer
101 Pyke
106 Howlett
109 Silvagni


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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #213 on: November 05, 2013, 07:43:36 PM »
Bents if the draft selection process has become more scientific ,wouldn't it be easier to find gems in the draft if you do your homework?

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #214 on: November 05, 2013, 08:04:35 PM »
What I'm getting at if there's a James hird type

Chances are he will go top ten

Where as 20 years ago he might have gone more unnoticed in comparison to today

who knows i could be wrong. wouldnt be the first time
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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #215 on: November 05, 2013, 09:32:01 PM »
no, i think you are right bents. as the clubs have got better with their drart processes, the strike rate for top 20 or so has improved, which means the number of good players slipping has decreased.
How many people with good football ability and character going to be left at 50 and 70?

From 2010 draft (long enough to be sure and time to develop)
70 Duigan
76 Seedsman
85 Garlett
87 Barlow
91 Blair
97 Jaensch
100 De Boer
101 Pyke
106 Howlett
109 Silvagni


thats only 10 from 39, and even then, it is still a subjective appraisal

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #216 on: November 06, 2013, 12:41:37 AM »
How many people with good football ability and character going to be left at 50 and 70?

From 2010 draft (long enough to be sure and time to develop)
70 Duigan
76 Seedsman
85 Garlett
87 Barlow
91 Blair
97 Jaensch
100 De Boer
101 Pyke
106 Howlett
109 Silvagni
how many of those are state league recruits.  this is what i go on about with late nd and rookie picks. do you use say pick 75 on a skinny u18 kid who has slipped to pick 75 because of obvious deficiencies, and the records show us they spend two yrs on a list and invariably fail. or do you use that pick on a bloke who has good attributes to play afl and has done well at the next best level down. usually a bloke who carves up a whole bunch of late u18 picks yr in yr out.
last yr i wanted us to use a late pick on kyle martin. jack hannath was another  martin at age 21 22 was still a junior as was hannath. martin  great skills sominated against men do you use your 4th rounder on a young player like him or on the deficient 18yr old. habbath just 21 a baby in ruck terms but he performed real well against men great attributes to become a decent afl ruckman.

i think there is a right time and place to go either way, the trick is getting it right.
im in the camp where i think top 50 picks are becomeing more and more precise after that it depends on the drafts depth and the availability of good state leaguers.

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #217 on: November 06, 2013, 12:47:28 AM »
I count 4 state league guys of which 2 are poo house and one is pretty ordinary. Though I do agree with the concept that we need to do better in this area.

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #218 on: November 17, 2013, 01:41:13 PM »
Do people still want to recruit this guy?
There are stories circulating he's not turning up for club interviews

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #219 on: November 17, 2013, 02:11:08 PM »
i see he did great in the phantom draft
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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #220 on: November 17, 2013, 02:14:14 PM »
Ok judge whats the final ruling on this guy?....yay or nay

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #221 on: November 17, 2013, 02:18:48 PM »
id take at good look @ 2nd or 3rd pick, for sure

most definitely if he was available in the rookie draft.

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Waters Mckenzie Glass
Hurn Schofield Yeo

Masten Priddis Wellingham

Lecra Darling - Garlett
Hill Kennedy Cox

Natanui Selwood Shuey

Gaff Rosa - Cripps - Thorp

Em: Ellis lycett

He fits into WCE starting 22 quite nice.

We have lose White, Nahas. while I am no expert Garlett appears to be a similar type yet with more ability.,

We need as much of an edge as possibile IMO. to become a top four club continually.

i reckon we look to look 'outside' the box to get as many potential top 20 draft talents as possible - the list needs to not only keep up with over clubs but go past them. How do we do this?. We already have gansters like Martin, Ellis. One more wont hurt.

if he needs a 'father' we have Mark choco Williams
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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #222 on: November 17, 2013, 02:40:29 PM »
Get him second pick
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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #223 on: November 17, 2013, 03:19:28 PM »
Get him second pick

Agreed, nothing to lose. Paid the same for Taylor in a supposedly stronger draft and this kid's at least twice as talented.

Exceptions should be reserved for the exceptional or the recognition becomes cheap and the result mediocre.

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Re: Dayle Garlett - Worth the Risk?? / Richmond has spoken to him [update]
« Reply #224 on: November 17, 2013, 03:25:08 PM »
Get him second pick

Agreed, nothing to lose. Paid the same for Taylor in a supposedly stronger draft and this kid's at least twice as talented.

Anyone got mail on when he will go?
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