News flash. This is on the down low. A crash course in future supercoach premos is just the tonic. Let's make you sound brilliant the next time you're discussing Supercoach.
We all long for something, and for some of us, it is our love for all things future supercoach premos.
So why is there so much stress over them?
There are many schools of thought on future supercoach premos, so let's start with a basic understanding
A Supercoach Premo is a player that you want in your end game. A player that can be trusted to pump out the big score when you need it. Obviously, this quality comes at a cost.
A strategy alot of Supercoachers try is to buy the player before he reaches Premium status - i.e, get them on the cheap. However there is much risk involved.
Keep that in mind as we move forward.
All the little bits and pieces we've learned along the journey can now be passed on to you.
Some of the points raised below will stun you into thinking about future supercoach premos in a new light.
There is a large increase in the levels of interest in future supercoach premos.
Think about what you currently know about Supercoach stars.
Let's take a guess at what you may already think.
Consistency, Captain Choice and weekly 100+ average? Pretty much on the money.
Now that you have done some self examination, you can begin to absorb the following.
Never fear, the time to help you starts now.
Open your mind to our first point.
Let's kick this off with our first player, consider the following.
Dan Houston has seemingly made the move into the Port Adelaide midfield. This is great news - his scores improve by an average of 20pts when he plays in the mids.
He is also listed as a defender which means he won't take up a valuable elite midfield spot. These are better left to Bont, Cripps, Neale and Fyfe.
He scored above 100 five times in 2019, and it is expected it will be even more common this season.
At $484,000 it is clear Houston will be a very popular selection in 2020 Supercoach.
Wrap your head around that.
Most people in Victoria wouldn't have heard of Jordan Dawson. Last year he proved he is on the rise, especially in regards to Supercoach.
His 2019 scoring surprised many, knocking up 6 tons at a starting price of $260k.
The Sydney defender / forward has been attributed dual position ability, which make his price at $467,800 even more enticing.
Also - he's a beautiful kick. Supercoach gold.
The Bombers DPP Mid/Fwd is showing signs that 2020 will be his breakout year.
After teasing in 2019, Darcy Parish now has the data trend from his previous 3 seasons to predict that he will have a huge 2020.
His purple patch from round 10 last year saw him post scores of 137, 129 and 110, indicating he can sustain elite football from week to week.
Increased midfield time and greater responsibility should see him flourish in 2020.
Player number three is in the bank.
The little know Gold Coast midfielder is statistically set to have his biggest year yet by a considerable margin.
If you are not put off by the fact that Lachie Weller is likely playing for a team that will lose most matches, then he will be a great POD.
With six 100+ scores last season, at a price of $481,100, you would be forgiven for thinking it too great a risk - until you find out can be selected as a defender...
The St Kilda forward is more than just a modern day Steven Milne clone. In the preseason, Jade Gresham has shown he will be playing more and more at centre bounces and in the midfield.
His stats tradjectory indicated he may surpass Billings this year in Supercoach average, alas not Sebastian Ross.
Another bonus for the $456,400 saint is that he can be selected as a Fwd / Mid.
Another little know Kangaroos player that will be overlooked by most in 2020 is Jy Simpkin.
He's $383,000, with the benefit of DPP as a Fwd / Mid, which certainly adds extra appeal.
He hit the 100+ mark five times in 2019, and is expected to become a key player for the Roos. A tackling machine, think Devon Smith type of role and output for Simpkin.
When collating all the information together, you have a more birdseye view on future supercoach premos.
So that explains the basics.
It's certainly a great place to start.
That brings our main points about future supercoach premos to an end.
Who knows what the future will hold for these players?
We just need to sit back and see.
Let's revisit the question in the near future.
Now go make yourself a cup of tea.
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Prepared by the aflsupercoach.com Team