2022 AFL Fantasy: Campbell Chesser

Campbell Chesser was taken at pick 14 in the 2021 AFL Draft by West Coast, he was recruited from Sandringham Dragons.

He plays as a defender/midfielder type, he currently stands at 186cm, 83kg. 


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Chesser was excited at the prospect of joining West Coast, his draft year was interrupted by a knee injury but he has overcome the setback & ready to complete in his first pre-season at AFL level.

His versatility will provide Adam Simpson with options as he develops.  

“But my strengths lie in my outside stuff, my kicking and my ability to break the lines and impact games that way.”

“My outside run and explosiveness is where my strengths lie.”

“I like to play across half-back, hybrid mid as well out on the wing.” Chesser said.


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Chesser averaged 18.3 Disposals, 3.0 Marks & 1.7 Tackles from 3 games in the NAB League in 2021.


Fantasy Impact: The versatility Campbell Chesser has is an asset for West Coast, he can play through a half-back role which could be his initial/primary role but as he develops a spot in the midfield is a possibility.

He works through traffic well, has excellent vision & can hit targets by foot, the Eagles will provide him an opportunity to develop & completely hit full fitness especially coming off an injury interrupted year.

The short term fantasy prospects should be okay for Chesser, his scoring output should be pretty decent considering his dual roles of half-back & midfield. 

The longer term fantasy prospects appear to be very healthy, his scoring output should be in the premium range if he can develop well & take his opportunities. 

Chesser would be a consideration in season long fantasy at Round 1 if he has secured his place in the West Coast team, he has a body size that can adapt to AFL level quickly.

He’s a definite watch over the pre-season.

Chesser is a late round speculative option only in single season draft leagues, he’s an option just beyond the high priority picks in dynasty leagues. 


2021 AFL Draft Top 10

1. Jason Horne-Francis (Nth Melbourne)
2. Sam Darcy (Western Bulldogs)
3. Finn Callaghan (GWS Giants) 
4. Nick Daicos (Collingwood) 
5. Mac Andrew (Gold Coast) 
6. Josh Rachele (Adelaide) 
7. Josh Ward (Hawthorn) 
8. Jye Amiss (Fremantle) 
9. Josh Gibcus (Richmond) 
10. Neil Erasmus (Fremantle) 

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Article by: @aflratingsPete

Source: AFL, West Coast 
Image credit: West Coast

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