Carlton AFL Fantasy Prices 2015
Last year Bryce Gibbs emerged as a premium Fantasy player, but this year the Blues have one of the biggest Fantasy locks of the year.
Last year Bryce Gibbs emerged as a premium Fantasy player, but this year the Blues may just have one of the biggest Fantasy locks of the year.
Bryce Gibbs: For the first time since 2011 Gibbs averaged over 100 in a season. Last year he posted 12 scores over 100 and 11 of those were 110 or more. He’s pricey at $574,000 but he’s a handy point of difference whose added consistency to his game. With many more popular midfield premiums having byes in rounds 12 & 13 his round 11 bye could really help your teams overall structure.
Matthew Kruezer: BARGAIN ALERT: A few days ago I spoke about Leuenberger being the Sandilands of 2015. Luckily for fantasy coaches we’ll have two dirt cheap rucks that are both capable of averaging 85+ comfortably. At $244,000 He’s almost impossible to not pick.
Blaine Boekhurt: Everyone knows him, more for his tweet than his footy but the Blues have fallen in love with Blaine. He has great outside speed and skills that will add a much needed dimension to Carlton. He’ll set you back $243,000 but keep an eye on his preseason he’s ready to go if the coach calls on him.
The New Position
Jason Tutt: New club and a new position for Fantasy coaches as we can now get him with the DPP of Mid/Fwd. Long time coaches will remember his debut game back in 2011 when he smashed out a 122, since then he’s not quite been able to get back to that. He’s priced awkwardly at $361,000 but how often have we seen players excel in a new environment. Watch his pre season and pre season games this classy speedster might be a surprise packet.
The One to Watch
Patrick Cripps: He’s the type of player the Blues will look to build their midfield around over the next decade. At an under 18 level he was a contested ball beast, priced at $163,000 he’s a massive chance in my starting squad.
CARLTON PRICES & POSITIONS
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