So, had a little time up my sleeve today and decided to put together my very first, terribly un-refined first draft. Alex Rance, Rory Laird, Kade Kolodjashnij, James Aish, Ciaran Byrne, Joshua Wagner Mitch W. Brown, Michael Hartley Rance, Laird and KK I expect to be at the pointy end next year, Aish should do well as a mid-pricer, while the 4 rookies are place holders as much as anything. Scott Pendlebury, Dan Hannebery, Dayne Beams, Rory Sloane, Andrew Gaff, Tom Rockliff, Darcy Parish, Jack Trengove Jake Barrett, Nathan Freeman, Dean Gore Pendles, Hanners, Beamers, Sloaners, Gaffers and Rocky...ers. Big money, big prizes. I love it. I reckon the lack of Fyfe and Ablett though will be the biggest Pod in that line up. Parish, cause he's the token high-priced mid, Trengove is well injured, but priced right for a place holder, while Jake "scored a million points in the magoo's last year" Barrett, Nathan "Mah leg" Freeman and Dean "that guy in the Dangerfield trade" Gore are holding place. Todd Goldstein, Mark Blicavs Luke Lowden Goldie! Wooo!. Blicavs- I'm not sure on- will he benefit from the lack of rotations next year? Lowden is a cheap F/R holder (who can still be made cheaper if I want to free up the $20k) Chad Wingard, Toby Greene, Matthew Leuenberger, Jed Anderson, Wayne Milera, Sam Kerridge Paul Ahern, Christian Petracca Not much spent in the forward line this year, but that'll likely change depending on the Midfield rooks. An extra one presents, and suddenly Beams down makes Leuen and Anderson are at the pointy end. Still, I reckon those two pose a bit of value. Wingard I like, Greene not so much, but he was last picked with the $$ (and time) available. So- who's on your list this early in the piece?