Whilst it’s a tough week to write about PODs given that many SuperCoaches (including myself) have other more pressing issues to sort out in their teams, I’ve still managed to come up with a handful of very credible options for those looking to differentiate.
Tohu Harris ($547,700)
Averaging over 60 points without any attacking stats and
owned by only 0.8%, Tohu shapes as a serious keeper option in the 2RF position
like he does most years.
The Warriors have a few tough games over the next month, but their draw opens up after that and if Tohu can jag some attacking stats he could produce some seriously high rolling averages.
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Crichton is somewhat of a forgotten prospect after missing
round 1, leaving his current ownership at just 1.8%.
At 530k he is severely underpriced given his current average
of 68 points per game.
The Roosters will inevitably give some teams a hiding this season and if Crichton can get in on the action, I can’t see why he can’t maintain a 70 point average which makes him an exciting POD prospect.
People have naturally been scarred off with Mitchell Aubusson threatening minutes on return, but that’s exact reason has kept Crichton at such low ownership.
I personally think Aubusson’s days of stealing Crichton’s minutes are over. Furthermore, the new rules should suit Crichton perfectly.
With serious upside, Crichton is a serious POD pending how Aubusson slots back into the Roosters line up.