Ten TAC Cup players joined AFL lists at the 2017 AFL Rookie Draft on Monday, adding to the 43 that were picked at Friday night’s NAB AFL Draft.
43 TAC Cup players were selected at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft in Sydney on Friday night – 55 per cent of the 78 total players picked.
Talk of Cameron Rayner being the potential no.1 pick at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft isn’t fazing the unflappable Western Jets FC forward/midfielder.
Luke Davies-Uniacke’s laid-back nature off the field is no indication of how the Dandenong Stingrays midfielder plays his football on it.
Eastern Ranges talent Jaidyn Stephenson has wowed TAC Cup watchers in past years with his goalkicking ability but took his game to a new level playing through the midfield in 2017.
Aiden Domic has progressed along AFL Victoria’s indigenous player pathway to become one of this year’s leading draft prospects from the GWV Rebels.
Northern Knights playmaker Patrick Naish is in the enviable position of being a likely father-son selection by the 2017 AFL premiers.
Paddy Dow may have played only three TAC Cup games for the Bendigo Pioneers this year, but they were enough to show why he’s in contention to be the no.1 pick at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.
Charlie Constable didn’t know where he fit at the Sandringham Dragons earlier this year, but the versatile midfielder emerged rapidly in 2017 to become a possible first-round draft selection.
Aiden Bonar’s return to the field for the Dandenong Stingrays late in 2017 was sweet reward for his efforts to overcome two ACL injuries.