One of the hardest things in doing my annual 50 Most Relevant is culling players from the countdown that could be relevant in fantasy footy in 2020. Here are just some of the players that I wanted to squeeze in, but couldn’t.
We’re finally here! The #1 player in my 50 Most Relevant is revealed, it’s GWS Giants superstar Lachie Whitfield.
One game delivers him one premiership medal. It was a phenomenal debut from Marlion Pickett, and the benefit for fantasy coaches is we can now select a premiership hero as a cash cow in 2020.
The #1 player in fantasy footy last year is primed to go back to back and do it again in 2020.
Over the past two seasons, Jackson Macrae has been one of the best midfielders available. Entering into 2020 it looks like business as usual for this Bulldogs star.
Over the previous two seasons, Max Gawn has been among the most popular selections. However, a preseason medial ligament injury has plenty of coaches looking elsewhere?
Some players are relevant because of what they can do on the scoreboard. Others like Matt de Boer are relevant for the damage the can bring to our premium midfielders.
Over the previous few seasons, Jake Lloyd has been the best defender available. I believe once again in 2020, he’s our best defensive line option.
In the past few seasons, Dustin Martin has achieved almost every possible success in the AFL. In 2020 he’s returned for fantasy coaches as a dual position player and the fantasy footy community couldn’t be happier.
For years Stephen Coniglio has shown the ability be to be among one of the best premium midfielders. Is 2020 the season we see Cogs put it all together for 222 games?