Braydon Preuss is predicted to be Semi Premo as a supercoach selection that is best suited to a team structure that embraces a Stable strategy.
As a promising ruck prospect, coaches have experienced nothing short of frustration when it comes to Preuss. Whether he's getting injured, suspended, or dropped, coaches have a love hate with the clumsy ruck who has certainly produced decent price growth as a 200k ruck. However, now he will likely be loitering in no mans land somewhere near of 350k - 450k. And this is not a player you want to take a punt on at this price. Despite his perceived thuggery, fair to say at least he is consistent with his work on field. Turning into the new Angus Graham or Mark Seaby. The career long backup ruckman who clubs near the bottom of the ladder wonder why he can't just be recruited to play first ruck at theirs. Seemingly surplus to requirement at the Demons, he found his way to GWS only to get injured. Should get a big crack at it early. Lock him in if you love the annual trading ruck pain merry-go-round.
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So, when it comes to comparing Braydon Preuss with the rest, is it in the Top 50 predicted scoring players in Supercoach? Well, the best way to find out is to check our Current Top 50 Rankings and see if Braydon Preuss makes the top of the list!Best Selections
A list of players that most teams will end up claiming as 2023 Supercoach Locks. Ie, the no brainer selections.