Sat. Jun 25th, 2022
2022 AFL Fantasy: Round 14 Top 5 Players Under $300K

AFL Fantasy News: Round 14 of the 2022 AFL H&A season begins on Thursday night, @aflratingsPete lists the Top 5 Players Under $300K.

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

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

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1. Brynn Teakle

Teakle will make his AFL debut for Port Adelaide this week, he was selected at pick 8 in the 2022 AFL mid-season draft. 

He will play as starting ruck for the Power, he’s likely to spend the majority of time in the ruck this week. 

If Teakle can make a strong impact on debut he could secure a position in the best 22 for the short to medium term, possibly even until Scott Lycett returns from injury

The scoring rate for Teakle should be decent, he should provide a decent ROI. 

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2. Massimo D’Ambrosio

D’Ambrosio will make his AFL debut for the Bombers on Friday night, he was selected at pick 3 in the 2022 AFL mid-season draft.

He can play a small-medium defender type role, he has the ability to accumulate disposals at a strong rate. 

If he can establish himself early in his career a position in the best 22 at the Bombers is possible for the short to medium term this season. 

3. Patrick Parnell

Parnell was solid on debut a couple of weeks ago for Adelaide, he was subbed out of the game late with a quad cork. 

He has been named for Round 14. 

Parnell played across half-back and inside D50 for the Crows, that will likely be his position for the foreseeable future. 

If he can hold his spot in the short to medium term, a solid ROI is likely. 

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4. Judson Clarke

Clarke was impressive on debut last week for the Tigers, he was certainly composed with his opportunities.

He’ll likely play across the half forward line in the upcoming period, scoring may be volatile. 

If Clarke can hold his spot for the short to medium term, his ROI should be decent. 

5. Rhett Bazzo 

Bazzo will make his AFL debut on Saturday, he’ll likely play a key defensive role.

The scoring likely won’t be super strong for Bazzo, but his position in the best 22 may be quite solid with West Coast committing to a youth policy for the remainder of the season.

It could be a slow burn on any salary increase. 

Image: Port Adelaide


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