2022 AFL Fantasy: Round 12 Top 5 Players Under $300K

AFL Fantasy News: Round 12 of the 2022 AFL H&A season begins on Friday night, @aflratingsPete lists the Top 5 Players Under $300K for Round 12.

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

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

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Options are thin this week.

1. Cooper Stephens

Stephens has been reasonably solid in his last 2 games, he has averaged 15.5 disposals, 2.5 tackles and 3.0 marks. 

He was used at 34.6% of team centre bounces last week against Adelaide. 

A sustained period in the Geelong best 22 would be ideal for Stephens but that is not a guarantee.

His scoring output should increase as he builds his experience at AFL level and through the midfield.  

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2. Callum Jamieson

The scoring output for Jamieson has been volatile over the last 4 games, but his role and development at the ruck position should be decent over the upcoming period without Nic Naitanui.

He has averaged 9.8 disposals, 2.3 marks, 10.5 hit outs and 3.3 tackles from his last 4 games. 

Jamieson will continue to be a slow burn with a small ROI the likely outcome from this point in the season.

3. Joel Jeffrey

Jeffrey was solid again last week against the Hawks in Darwin, he has a favourable match-up again this week against the Kangaroos. 

He has averaged 10.0 disposals, 3.3 marks, 1.7 tackles and 2.0 goals from 3 games this season. 

If Jeffrey can maintain a solid scoring output in the short term then his ROI can still be quite decent. 

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4. Patrick Parnell

Parnell will debut for Adelaide this week, he is likely to play a role in defence for the Crows.

He has averaged 17.9 disposals, 4.4 marks and 2.1 tackles this season in the SANFL.

A sustained period of time in the Adelaide team should provide a decent ROI, hopefully he can establish a solid output early in his career that will continue to provide opportunities. 

5. Buku Khamis

The scoring output has been volatile for Khamis in his 4 games this season, he has averaged 8.0 disposals, 3.3 marks, 1.3 tackles and 1.3 goals. 

His scoring output is likely to remain the same over the upcoming period playing forward.

The ROI for Khamis is likely to be minimal from this point. 

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