Tue. May 17th, 2022
2022 AFL Fantasy: Round 9 Top 5 Players Under $300K

AFL Fantasy News: Round 9 of the 2022 AFL H&A season begins on Friday night, @aflratingsPete lists the Top 5 Players Under $300K for Round 9.

The order takes into account historical performance, ability to make a substantial profit, opportunity and scoring output in their actual team role plus subjective and balanced input.

The ability to remain best 22 is also a strong consideration.  

This list will assist in identifying players to target ahead of Round 9, it may adjust based on team selection & availability. 

Final updates (if any) will occur on Friday afternoon.

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1. Greg Clark

Clark was excellent on debut for West Coast recording 24 disposals, 7 marks and 6 tackles, he returns from health and safety protocols this week. 

His strong scoring output should provide a very healthy ROI, the short to medium best 22 prospects appear to be strong.

Clark will likely see plenty of midfield usage with West Coast struggling to cope with injuries at present, he is a strong consideration to start outright on ground.

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2. Jack Carroll 

Carroll was slow to get going last week against Adelaide, he finished the game with 18 disposals. 

His current break even (BE) is still healthy for a late investment, his position in the best 22 is likely solid for the short to medium term. 

Carroll should provide a strong profit in the coming weeks. 

3. Callum Jamieson

Jamieson was solid last week for West Coast in the ruck position, he recorded 12 disposals, 4 marks, 5 tackles and 13 hit outs against Brisbane. 

The injury and availability situation currently at West Coast is extremely fluid, a short to medium term best 22 outlook is promising at this stage but is not a guarantee. 

A sustained period of time in the No.1 position over the coming weeks should provide a healthy ROI.

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4. Mitch Knevitt

Knevitt was excellent last week coming on as a sub for Geelong, he recorded 15 disposals from just 51% time on ground.

Now the match-up against GWS turned out to be quite favourable but his ability to find open space  in ball transition for Geelong was noteworthy. 

Senior coach Chris Scott has stated on several occasions this season they will rotate players in and out of the team, this should be a decent part of an assessment if targeting Knevitt.

A short term best 22 result should provide a decent ROI. 

5. Aiden Begg

Begg was solid enough again last week for Collingwood, he recorded 13 disposals 3 marks, 3 tackles and 2 hit outs. 

His scoring output is likely clear right now, the current break even (BE) is still healthy enough to provide a healthy ROI. 

The position in the team appears to be okay currently, a short term solid profit remains a possibility.

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