It's that time of year where all clubs a selling hope. And inevitably, the whispers get out about which players are set for a big season based on their preseason output. Let's take a look at a few.
The young cat was pick 16 in the 2019 and couldn't pinch a game last year in the Geelong lineup. However, the wraps on his preseason a huge.
Many picked him up last year and were dissapointed by his lack of opportunity. Smashing out a very impressive preseason, Gould will feature as the number one cash cow option in defence.
Already has the body ready for the top level, this player has done everything right in the preseason, impressing all his teammates and coaches.
This high 2020 draftpick has started with a bang at Port. Jones is a thicker lad who has really impressed with his workrate and strong body. Most port supporters are indicating he will be given an opportunity right from the word go. Will be very popular as a defence cash cow selection.
The former number one pick is entering the peak age for his career. Last season he was noticeable bulkier, and this year he has gone even further with his conditioning. Maybe not the Christian Petracca type breakout year ahead, but certainly an exciting supercoach prospect for those teams wanting a high risk, high return option.
Controversial Collingwood forward has had a nightmare off field in the past 12 months. However, he is looking trim and terrific in preseason training, and what will gain attention from fantasy coaches is that he appears to be playing more around the ball. Out Treloar, in De Goey? Or are we just dealing with another Stringer tease?
In similar manner to Darcy, Draper is all the rage at Essendon. Leading from the front, word out of Essendon is he has transitioned from a development player to one that is ready to explode on the big stage. Now confident, he's making his midfielders walk taller, and could be at a price in 2021 that we may not see him back at again in over the next 10 years. Is it time?
The young Kangaroo has proven he can score in supercoach, and will be given every opportunity to reach his potential in 2021 with the Kangas on the rebuild. Very impressive preseason, likely to be low ownership, but the case is strong for his inclusion.
A burn man in 2020, some may be scarred for life over his selection last year. However, reports are he has come back in better shape both mentally and physically in preseason. Can he find those big scores again? Or is the pain from last year too much to bear.
Out stats model indicated early that Darcy was a breakout prospect in 2021. And he's certainly holidng up his end of the bargain enduring a huge preseason. Unfortunately he's battling a small injury concern that has curtailed his progress. However Freo are confident he will be ready Round One to showcase his offseason progress as a footballer.
The young crow is tearing up the track, receiving strong endorsement from fellow teammate Rory Laird. A high risk forward option, especially in a team that isn't expected to have the ball in the forward line much, it's unlikely he'll have many takers.
Prepared by the aflsupercoach.com Team