A record 353 games (700 goals) with Fremantle and six-time club best and fairest as well as six-time All Australian guarantees him the nod. A teammate of Johnson taken at this same number by Geelong in 1998, David Wojcinski (203 games and three premierships) was another great success story for the Cats in the draft. Kevin Sheehan names his best of the best in each draft spot. The father/son selection became a superstar for Brisbane including in their premierships in 2001, 2002 and 2003. A six-time All Australian and three-time best and fairest winner who became the club's games record holder with 364 games after being drafted from around the corner at Williamstown/Western Jets, Johnson is an AFL Hall of Famer and obvious selection. Cal Twomey, Riley Beveridge and Mitch Cleary will interview coaches, recruiters and prospective draftees over two massive days from 2pm AEDT on Tuesday, November 26 and Wednesday, November 27. A Brownlow Medal win after being runner-up the previous year, along with back-to-back best and fairest awards and dual All Australian selection, means he picks himself. You can access more content with Watch AFL. Approaching 250 games with seven All Australian honours, three best and fairest awards and a Brownlow, he continues to epitomise the spectacular game. NICHOLAS TRENFIELD (Assumption) 30. Latest Changes. Thursday - Monday papers home delivered with all of the latest footy news! Not a Foxtel or Kayo subscriber? Also considered was Scott Thompson, a medium midfielder from South Australia selected by Melbourne but ending up returning to the Crows, finishing his great career with 308 games and being named an All Australian in 2012 as well as winning two best and fairest awards with the Crows. The absolute standout at this choice was overlooked numerous times in the NAB AFL Draft before Hawthorn selected him from their aligned VFL side, the Box Hill Hawks, in 2001. Drafted from Claremont and one of our current superstars, dual Brownlow medallist Nat Fyfe is the standout performer at this selection having been already a three-time All Australian (including captain this year) and winning his club best and fairest on three occasions in his 173 games to date. He is a six-time All Australian, won a Norm Smith medal as well taking out Collingwood's Copeland Trophy on five occasions. JARRAD WRIGHT (Woodville-West Torrens) Medium Forwards. Drafted from the Murray Bushrangers, Gehrig had a stellar career playing 260 games and kicking 549 goals with St Kilda and West Coast, winning the Coleman Medal on two occasions and was also twice an All Australian. 1973 Rd 9 - Players Stats Vs Essendon. PHANTOM FORM GUIDE Cal Twomey's November update. Current key defender with Geelong, Taylor gets the nod as he continues his stellar career having played 261 games as one of the best intercept marks of the modern era, been twice named an All Australian and has been an important member of two premierships after being drafted from East Fremantle. 31. THE JUDD TRADE IN 2007 * Carlton gave up Josh Kennedy and draft picks No.3 (Chris Masten) and No.20 (Tony Notte) >> Catch all the build-up to the 2019 NAB AFL Draft in Draft Countdown Live. Hodge also won the Jim Stynes Medal playing in the International Rules Series in 2014. Four-time best and fairest winner and a dual All Australian in 297 games with Richmond was the final return for Campbell, who also captained his club in an outstanding career. West Coast fans longing to see a new generation of Judds run around for the club have been dealt a rude awakening, with former champ Chris Judd posting a picture of his twin boys in Carlton gear. Dual premiership player with the Tigers and an All Australian in 2018, he is maybe only now getting the recognition he deserves as a star of the game across a career now surpassing 250 games. Seb Ross with a beauty!#AFLSaintsDees pic.twitter.com/qbuJddeODW. >> The 2019 NAB AFL Draft runs from November 27-28. Was $13 now $7 per week for 12 weeks* (Digital + Print). Bringing you a new episode every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Former Western Bulldogs and Richmond star taken at this number in the NAB AFL Draft in 1996 in Nathan Brown was a star in his 219 games, winning All Australian honours on two occasions and was a Jim Stynes medallist in International Rules football. Judd changed the game with his breathtaking acceleration from the centre and was extremely difficult to defend when he first burst on to the scene for West Coast in 2002. Who is the No.1 pick of all the No.1 picks? Twice All Australian and with 287 games with St Kilda, the speedy midfielder/defender was judged ahead of West Coast star Mark LeCras, whose 441 goals in 219 games and All Australian honours in 2010 made him a very worthy contender. Last played for Carlton Blues in 2015. Chris Judd. Emerging Brisbane defender Darcy Gardiner's consistency across 106 games since being drafted from the Geelong Falcons in 2013 may see him considered at this number in the years to come. A four-time premiership player, five-time best and fairest winner and three-time All Australian, Mitchell also won the Brownlow Medal and NAB AFL Rising Star award in one of the game's most decorated careers.
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