2022 AFL Fantasy: Jake Soligo

Jake Soligo was taken at pick 36 in the 2021 AFL Draft by Adelaide, he was recruited from Eastern Ranges.

He plays as a midfield/forward type, he currently stands at 180cm, 80kg. 


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Soligo will get to work at his first pre-season at Adelaide, his rate of development will be key to any opportunities in 2022.

“I’m a hard-working mid, really clean with my hands and overall can go down and kick a few snags.

“I am just going to work hard and earn respect from all the boys.” Soligo said post-draft. 


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Soligo averaged 22.6 Disposals, 6.0 Marks & 6.3 Tackles from 7 games in the NAB League in 2021.


Fantasy Impact: Jake Soligo will add depth to the midfield group at the Crows, he reads the play well through the midfield & can play forward.

He’s excellent in heavy traffic & clearance situations with his agility, he has a strong pressure game & provides a high tackle rate.

The short term fantasy prospects for Soligo could be decent, if he can develop at a fast rate over the pre-season there are likely opportunities for him at AFL level in 2022 but his entry is likely to be across a half-forward/small forward role. 

Once he builds a tank over time expect a move into the midfield, his scoring output is likely to be very noteworthy which should include high tackle numbers. 

If Soligo can break into the Adelaide team early then he is worth consideration in season long fantasy, keep a keen watch on him over the pre-season for any potential early season opportunities. 

He’s likely a pass or a late round speculative option in single season draft leagues, place him high on your draft boards just beyond the high priority selections 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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Source: AFL Adelaide
Image credit: Adelaide

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