The 2RF position also has some depth, although there is a larger spread from the elite players to the lower tiered players.
We have the elite 2RF that offer a safe captain each week with some decent attacking upside, such as Angus Crichton and Cameron Murray.
Then you have the next tier which either offer you a solid score each week with limited attacking upside like Frizell, or the player that can really let you down in base stats but can score well on their day like Kikau.
In the third tier of players, you have a big group averaging about 48-50 points such as your Luke Thompson or Josh Jackson.
And finally you have the guys that are playing limited minutes or need an injury to be relevant.
Filling your third 2RF may get hairy this year, but as long as you get two solid choices for your first two 2RF picks, you can usually find a good 2RF during the year.
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This is the lowest of the low for depth.
If you miss out on one of the top HFBs you could really find yourself scrapping the barrel early in the draft.
There aren’t a lot of dual halves this year, which has contributed to the shallow depth.
Cleary should go 2nd overall and DCE will go pretty early because of the depth of this position.
After Reynolds, Moses and Keary are picked up, you start to get into some risky options.
Given this depth, I may have to reach for one of these halves.