2022 AFL Fantasy: Round 11 Top 5 Players Under $300K

AFL Fantasy News: Round 11 of the 2022 AFL H&A season begins on Friday night, @aflratingsPete lists the Top 5 Players Under $300K for Round 11.

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 11, it may adjust based on team selection & availability. 

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

AFL News on Twitter @aflratings



1. Jake Soligo

Soligo was outstanding last week against St Kilda, he recorded 19 disposals, 2 marks, 3 tackles and 1 goal. 

He was strong in contested situations often winning the ball at critical points in the game, he was awarded coaches votes for recognition of just how strong his game was. 

A strong medium term scoring output should provide a healthy ROI. 

GAME DAY LIVE on Twitter @aflratings_Live

2. Cooper Stephens

Stephens has the opportunity to secure his position in the team with Patrick Dangerfield sidelined through injury.

He was used at 47.6% of centre bounces last week and recorded 16 disposals, 5 marks and 2 tackles from 64.0% time on ground. 

A strong short to medium term scoring output should provide a healthy ROI. 

3. Jacob Wehr

Wehr slotted in nicely to the GWS defence last week on debut, he recorded 13 disposals, 5 marks, 1 tackle and 1 goal. 

He was extremely composed with ball in hand contributing well to ball movement outside D50 and across half-back. 

The best 22 remains a fluid situation at the Giants under new senior coach Mark McVeigh, a bye next week also could provide a situation where others do return to the team in a couple of weeks which could place his position in jeopardy.

Based on bye structure and individual team availability Wehr could be an option this week. 

AFL News on Twitter @aflratings

4. Matty Roberts

Roberts will make his AFL debut on Friday night, he can win plenty of ball through contested situations at a high rate. 

He could be used on the outside early in his career, but long term may be better suited to an inside midfield type role. 

If he can secure his position in the team over the medium term expect a very healthy ROI. 

5. Callum Jamieson

West Coast senior coach Adam Simpson was reasonably positive at the progression of Jamieson last week, with Naitanui still sidelined through injury a position in the best 22 to develop over the medium term could be a possibility for the 21 year old. 

He’ll be used through the ruck at times, his time on ground should be decent enough to keep the scores ticking over. 

It might be a slow burn for a few weeks if Jamieson holds his spot but it also may fit certain team structures. 

Image: Adelaide


AFL Fantasy News

AFL Injuries

AFL Centre Bounces

GAME DAY LIVE on Twitter @aflratings_Live