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Each week, ESPN.com.au AFL draft expert Christopher Doerre - aka Knightmare - casts his eye over the countrys best junior footballers to give readers an early insight into the next generation of AFL stars.As well as attending live games, Doerre pores through match vision, analyses the stats and talks to industry sources to ensure he can offer the most insightful draft analysis.Aside from the weekly wrap, Doerre will also unveil his power rankings at the end of each month.And as we get closer to Novembers national draft, Doerre will also predict who goes where with his annual phantom draft.Player focus Performing strongly through the Under-18 Championships for Vic Metro, Jack Scrimshaw was productive and impactful in his first TAC Cup game of the season for Sandringham Dragons.Scrimshaw at 193cm, 80kg plays his best football off a half-back flank. In Sandringhams 26-point win over Gippsland, he had 27 disposals, 15 contested possessions, nine marks (three contested), four tackles and seven rebound 50s.What was impressive with Scrimshaw was his ability to read the flight of the ball off an opponents boot, getting to the drop of the ball and take intercept marks in the back half. Most eye-catching was an athletic aerial mark at the back of the pack he took strongly overhead.As well as taking intercept marks, he also proved effective at ground level - he was clean picking up ground balls and delivered well by hand.The most attention-grabbing play from Scrimshaw was after a groundball pickup, when he proceeded to take on one opponent with ball in hand with his run and an evasive step, then took on a second player with another evasive step on the move. He continued running but unfortunately before disposing of the ball was called for running too far without bouncing.By foot Scrimshaw in the most part proved effective, with his long left-foot kicks delivered with a pleasing style, though he will be ruing some uncharacteristic skill errors.Analysis Scrimshaw is firmly in the first-round mix for this years national draft, with his damaging kicking, intercept marking, evasiveness, height and production by position making him arguably the most appealing general backman in this years draft class.Scrimshaw should look to gain further strength in one-on-one contests. This will allow him to hold his own against stronger opponents and take more contested marks, which with his ability to read the flight, is an element of his game that can grow further and translate well to AFL level.He could also look to take the game on more with his run and carry, as with the ease with which he sidesteps players, has the scope to have more of an impact with his run.Victorian prospect watch TAC CupBrodie Romensky of the Western Jets, a 189cm midfielder, was one of the players of the week. His 36 disposals, 24 contested possessions, seven tackles, 12 clearances, one goal and one score assist was outstanding on a losing team in a game where he at no stage dropped his head.?Western team-mate and bottom-ager Cameron Rayner also contributed well through the midfield with 28 disposals, 16 contested possessions, five tackles, eight clearances, five rebound 50s, three behinds and one score assist. Rayner is a 185cm midfielder who has featured in the bests four times from five games this season for Western and will be a player to watch in 2017.Jordan Gallucci for Eastern continues to enhance his draft stocks with a damaging, 21 disposals, 14 contested possessions, seven tackles, seven clearances, six inside 50s and five goals.Gallucci was well aided up forward by Joshua Begleys 20 disposals, 13 contested possessions, five clearances, four goals, four score assists.?Dylan Clarke through the midfield continues to show that he is one of this years stoppage specialists with 36 disposals, 21 contested possessions, seven tackles, nine clearances, two behinds and one score assists.Potential Collingwood father-son choice Callum Brown also featured among the bests with 25 disposals, 12 contested possessions, seven tackles and four clearances.Brown, Clarke and bottom-age ruckman/key forward Sam Hayes from Eastern were all named in the Under-18 All Australian team.If there was any doubt of Hugh McCluggages standing in this draft class, it vanished as he continued his ascension up draft boards with 36 disposals, eight marks (two contested), 19 contested possessions, six tackles, six clearances, three goals and three score assists in a complete statistical performance.?Clubs love goal-kicking midfielders and love it even more when they set up team-mates and find and win as much of the ball as McCluggage does.James Gow, a 175cm top-age midfielder, has been exceptional in recent weeks. Against Murray, Gow had 31 disposals, 13 contested possessions, eight marks, five tackles, five clearances, five inside 50s, one goal and one score assist.This followed a game against Western where he was North Ballarats best with 33 disposals, 17 contested possessions, nine mark (one contested), five tackles, five clearances, three inside 50s, five rebound 50s, one goal and one score assist.Gow this season has been listed in the bests nine times from his 10 games for North Ballarat and if not selected in this years AFL draft, may draw interest from VFL clubs on the basis of his impressive play this season.Willem Drew continued to do his thing at stoppages. He had 24 disposals, five marks (one contested), 18 contested possessions, seven tackles, nine clearances, six inside 50s, two goals and one score assist. Drews two goals is a season-high and takes his tally up to an impressive nine goals from the 10 games through the midfield.For Murray, top-ager Lachlan Tiziani continued his strong form up forward with 15 disposals, seven marks (one contested), three goals and two score assists.?Tiziani has had a phenomenal month, averaging 4.5 goals and more than eight marks over his past four games.Bottom-age midfielder Marcus Lentini was Northerns best in a narrow loss to Calder with 30 disposals, 12 contested possessions, six tackles, three clearances, four inside 50s and two score assists. Lentini is a 182cm, 69kg midfielder and will be looking to build on this performance over the second half of the season.Forward Sam Fowler, a 169cm goal sneak, played a big part in Dandenongs one-point win over Oakleigh with up forward with 12 disposals, seven contested possessions, three tackles, four goals and one score assist.?Fowler has the third most goals on the season so far in the TAC Cup with his 30 from nine games an impressive return.Oakleighs Jack Higgins is a bottom-age forward/midfielder, standing at 176cm and 73kg. He was prominent in Oakleighs narrow defeat with 29 disposals, 14 contested possessions, four marks (one contested), three tackles, two clearances and two goals.?Higgins has been solid for Oakleigh so far this season with nine goals from four games, finishing in the bests in each game.He also impressed in his two National Under-18 Championships games, with 20 or more disposals in both of his matches while using the ball at an impressive 85 percent disposal efficiency.Sandringhams Oliver Florent, a 183cm midfielder, played a prominent role on the outside using the ball cleanly and working hard with 21 disposals, 12 marks (two contested), three cllearances, eight inside 50s and two score assists.dddddddddddd?Corey Lyons impressed with his work at stoppages with 28 disposals, 12 contested possessions, seven marks, four tackles, seven clearances and two score assists.?Potential first-round prospect Tim Taranto showed glimpses of promise in patches playing primarily through the midfield with 24 disposals, seven marks (one contested), six tackles, five clearances, seven inside 50s, two goals and three score assists.?Hamish Brayshaws 23 disposals, seven marks (one contested) and four goals was his best return for the season so far for Sandringham and a performance he will be looking to build upon.?Bottom-agers for Gippsland, Changkuoth Jiath and Callan McKeon showed promise with 15 and 14 disposals respectively. Jiath impressed with his clean ball use and McKeon with his linebreaking taking on the game at great pace with ball in hand.South Australian prospect watchSANFLReserves Ben Jarmans 16 disposals, six contested possessions, four marks, three clearances and two goals was a good return for North Adelaide at Reserves level.Jordan Sweet contributed well through the ruck for North Adelaide with 10 disposals, six marks, 20 hitouts and one score assist.Tyson Stengle for Woodville West Torrens, a 171cm small forward made the most of his opportunities with four goals from his nine disposals.Brennan Cox, who was selected at centre half-back in the AFL Under-18 All Australian Team, impressed up forward with 14 disposals, nine marks (three contested) and four goals. He has the versatility to play both ends having kicked eight goals from his three Reserves games so far this year. At 194cm, having the ability to play both ends to a high standard only enhances Coxs draft chances.Alex Villis continues to elevate his draft stocks with 30 disposals, 10 contested possessions, seven marks, three tackles, two clearances, one goal and one score assist in a prominent role in Norwoods win. Villis was selected to the AFL Under-18 All Australian team and is viewed by some South Australian talent scouts as the states most draftable talent.Jake Pitman, a strong-bodied 177cm midfielder, continued his strong play with 21 disposals, eight contested possessions, six marks, six tackles, two clearances and two goals.Top-ager Campbell Wildman was ultra-impressive through the midfield in Sturts loss with 35 disposals, 19 contested possessions, four marks, 12 tackles, six clearances, four inside 50s and five rebound 50s. This is following on from a 34-disposal (12 contested), 12-tackle, seven-clearance, six-inside 50, one-score assist effort in his previous game, two weeks ago.Wildman was in the mix for selection in last years draft and with further strong performances may be a player to watch if he receives some games at League level over the coming weeks.Steven Slimmings 17 disposals, five marks, 12 contested possessions, six tackles, five inside 50s and one score assist was a good return. Slimming after impressing with his ball use in 2015 has struggled this season at times by foot, but was much better against Norwood with seven of his nine kicks effective.Under-18s Dakota Nixon was productive for North Adelaide through the midfield with 32 disposals, 14 contested possessions, 10 tackles, four clearances, seven inside 50s, two goals and one score assist.Bottom-ager James Rowe, who is the son of Norwood premiership player Stephen, was impressive for Woodville West Torrens with 29 disposals, 19 contested possessions, six marks, five tackles, four clearances, six inside 50s, one goal and two score assists.Bottom-ager Callum Coleman-Jones had 22 disposals, three marks (two contested), six tackles and 30 hitouts. Coleman-Jones showed great promise through the National Under-18 Championships, primarily as a key forward.He has the promise to play both as a key forward and through the ruck to a high standard. Being a dual-position player will hold him in good stead for next year with clubs looking for rucks who can push forward and have an impact.Bottom-ager Mitch Crowden was dominant through the midfield for Sturt with 39 disposals, 17 contested possessions, 13 tackles, 10 clearances, 11 inside 50s and one goal.Western Australian prospect watch WAFL LeagueGriffin Logue, who represented Western Australia during the AFL Under-18 Championships, continues to play for Swan Districts at League level. His 13 disposals, three marks, four tackles and nine hitouts is a solid return from the versatile 193cm, 92kg rowing convert.Reserves Powerful impact player Sam Powell-Pepper played his first Reserves game for the season with 18 disposals, four marks, two tackles, six inside 50s and two goals for East Perth in their win against Swan Districts.Bailey Banfield also was very good in his first Reserves game for Claremont with 24 disposals, three marks, seven tackles and two goals.ColtsBottom-age talent Lochie Huntley had his most impressive statistical game for the season with 27 disposals, 10 marks, four inside 50s and two goals for Swan Districts.Stanley Wright, after performing strongly for Western Australia through the National Under-18 Championships, continued his strong play with 26 disposals, five marks, three tackles and two inside 50s.Deakin Stein, a 173cm small forward, had a breakout game for Peel Thunder with 16 disposals, four goals and five behinds in a performance he will be looking to build on.Excitement machine Shai Bolton was named South Fremantles best with an impactful 16 disposals, five marks, five inside 50s, three goals and three behinds in South Fremantles five point win.Through the ruck, top-10 chance Tim English continued to impress with his work around the ground with 19 disposals, nine marks and 27 hitouts.Sam Petrevski-Seton continues to have an impact for Claremont with 24 disposals, five marks, six tackles and four inside 50s.Jake Waterman also proved influential for Claremont with 24 disposals, 11 marks, six tackles, six inside 50s and one goal to his name.Division two states (Tasmania, Northern Territory, NSW/ACT, Queensland and Northern Academy) prospects watchNEAFLBrad Scheer, after performing strongly through the midfield for the Allies during the National Under-18 Championships, was prominent in Gold Coasts two-point win against Brisbane with 24 disposals, three tackles, two clearances and eight inside 50s.For Brisbane, Jack Rolls performed well up forward with 14 disposals, six marks, three tackles, seven inside 50s and two goals.Charlie Spargo, a promising bottom-ager for GWS, was excellent with 18 disposals and seven marks.Zach Sproule for GWS also showed good signs with eight disposals, six marks, one goal and three behinds.Harrison Macreadie also contributed well for GWS with 10 disposals and three marks.Other than the Northern Academy talents, ruckman Tony Olango continued to show promise. He had 20 hitouts, seven disposals and four tackles rotating between playing through the ruck and up forward.Olangos tap work through the ruck is his major strength, with his leap his major point of difference. With Olango sharing the ruck minutes for NT Thunder, he will need to continue improving forward of centre. Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Autographed Jerseys Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2019 ' ' '

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