SuperCoach HQ Predictions 2019

It’s almost here…

Footy is back tonight and what better way to conclude SCHQ’s 40 in 40 with this season’s SuperCoach predictions from the team at HQ.

Then, I’ve followed that up with my predictions for the top players in each position.

Josh G

Highest averaging Defender: Jake Lloyd
Highest averaging Midfielder:  Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging Ruck: Max Gawn
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD:  Sam Menegola (3.8%)
Biggest trap:  Dom Sheed
Best mid pricer: Tom Liberatore
Best Rookie: Willem Drew
Likely to Disappoint: Darcy Moore

Adrian

Highest averaging Defender: Rory Laird
Highest averaging Midfielder: Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging Ruck: Max Gawn
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Elliot Yeo (4.5%)
Biggest trap: Tom Rockliff
Best mid pricer: Brodie Smith
Best Rookie: Willem Drew
Likely to Disappoint: Nic Newman

Josh S

Highest averaging Defender: Rory Laird
Highest averaging Midfielder: Jack Macrae
Highest averaging Ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Adam Treloar (3.6%)
Biggest trap: Dom Sheed
Best mid pricer: Tom Liberatore
Best Rookie: Jackson Hatley
Likely to Disappoint: Brodie Smith

Dylan H

Highest averaging Defender: Rory Laird
Highest averaging Midfielder: Josh Kelly
Highest averaging Ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Seb Ross (1%)
Biggest trap: Josh Dunkley
Best mid pricer: Brad Crouch
Best Rookie: Sam Walsh
Likely to Disappoint: Rory Sloane

Dylan B

Highest averaging defender: Jake Lloyd
Highest averaging midfielder: Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Luke Parker (1%)
Biggest trap: Dom Sheed
Best mid pricer: Zac Williams
Best rookie: Jordan Clark
Likely to disappoint: Brad Crouch

Matthew

Highest averaging Defender: Jake Lloyd
Highest averaging Midfielder: Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging Ruck: Max Gawn
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Sam Menegola (3.8%)
Biggest trap: James Sicily
Best mid pricer: Jack Billings
Best Rookie: Jack Scrimshaw
Likely to Disappoint: Rory Laird

Paul

Highest averaging Defender:  Lachie Whitfield
Highest averaging Midfielder: Nat Fyfe
Highest averaging Ruck: Max Gawn
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Callum Mills (8.3%)
Biggest trap: Jake Lloyd
Best mid pricer: Brad Crouch
Best Rookie: Zac Butters
Likely to Disappoint: Tim Kelly

Declan

Highest averaging Defender: Jake Lloyd
Highest averaging Midfielder: Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging Ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Elliot Yeo (4.5%)
Biggest trap: Brodie Smith
Best mid pricer: Brad Crouch
Best rookie: Sam Walsh
Likely to Disappoint: Toby McLean

Shorty

Highest averaging Defender: Lachie Whitfield
Highest averaging Midfielder: Clayton Oliver
Highest averaging Ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Zach Merrett (5%)
Biggest trap: Toby Greene
Best mid pricer: Tom Liberatore
Best Rookie: Tom Atkins
Likely to Disappoint: Justin Westhoff

Az

Highest averaging Defender: Lachie Whitfield
Highest averaging Midfielder: Patrick Cripps
Highest averaging Ruck: Brodie Grundy
Highest averaging Forward: Patrick Dangerfield
Best POD: Jack Steele (1.8%)
Biggest trap: Brad Crouch
Best mid pricer: Toby Greene
Best rookie: Sam Walsh
Likely to Disappoint: 

My Position Predictions (Average)

Top 8 Defenders

1. Jake Lloyd
2. Lachie Whitfield
3. Rory Laird
4. Kade Simpson
5. James Sicily
6. Jack Crisp
7. Shannon Hurn
8. Luke Ryan

Top 12 Midfielders 

1. Patrick Cripps
2. Nat Fyfe
3. Clayton Oliver
4. Lachie Neale
5. Jack Macrae
6. Josh Kelly
7. Matt Crouch
8. Stephen Coniglio
9. Adam Treloar
10. Angus Brayshaw
11. Dustin Martin
12. Andrew Gaff

Top 5 Rucks

1. Max Gawn
2. Brodie Grundy
3. Todd Goldstein
4. Stef Martin
5. Toby Nankervis

Top 8 Forwards 

1. Patrick Dangerfield
2. Isaac Heeney
3. Devon Smith
4. Tim Kelly
5. Josh Dunkley
6. Robbie Gray
7. Lance Franklin
8. David Mundy

That concludes the article and the SCHQ 40 in 40. We hope you enjoyed the daily articles on the site over the past 40 days!

From everyone at SCHQ, we would like to say good luck to all of you for this season!


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