Jordan Ridley was one of the best breakout performers in 2020 across all formats. Heading into a new season, the question fantasy coaches wonder is he can he do it again?
The talented former first round pick Jye Caldwell has made a move desperate for midfield opportunities. Thankfully for him and fantasy footy coaches he’s come to the right club.
Ever since his move to defence, Caleb Daniel has shown himself to be a consistent premium. In 2021, the trend looks set to continue, and it’s easy to see why.
Just twelve months after his failed attempt to depart Essendon, Joe Daniher has finally got the football restart he wanted at a new club. At Brisbane, can this son of a gun bounce back to his scoring best?
After not playing a game in 2020, Buddy Franklin is back and is priced at a price almost too good to be true.
Last season Luke McDonald was one of the most damaging scoring defenders in the back half of the year. Was it a sign of things to come? Or just an outlier?
For Collingwood, Tom Phillips might have just been a salary cap dump. However, at his new club, he could be a perfect value MID/FWD in 2021.
Jeremy Cameron was the highest profile player movement during the most recent AFL trade period. After a poor 2019 can he bounce back in 2020?
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.