50 Most Relevant

#10 Most Relevant | Tom Mitchell

Last year it was the Tom Mitchell of old. But under a new coaching regime, will his best scoring days be behind him or are they still ahead of him?

#11 Most Relevant | Tim Taranto

One of the most notable new additions was Tim Taranto into the forward line when champion data announced the new positions. He was seen as someone you had to own from day one. Now the conversation is evolving. Is he still the must start player we all expected?

#12 Most Relevant | Max Gawn

Entering 2021, Max Gawn was coming off the back of a sensational season. He was viewed as the must-have player in every starting squad. The conversation has turned marginally this preseason, with many still unsure about what his season will hold. For me, Gawn is still one of the most relevant players in 2022.

#13 Most Relevant | Lachie Whitfield

For the past few seasons, Lachie Whitfield has displayed some of the best fantasy football ceilings of anyone to play. Entering into 2022, he’s got some question marks surrounding his durability, but at his price point, does the potential reward outweigh any possible risk?

#14 Most Relevant | Adam Treloar

It was a frustrating season for Adam Treloar in his first year as a Western Bulldog. Multiple injuries and a horrific Grand Final loss is not the way he’d hoped his season would’ve panned out. But, for us, fantasy coaches, one thing has gone his way in the offseason with Champion Data allocating him MID/FWD. Does that have him in your starting squad considerations? It should!

#15 Most Relevant | Touk Miller

The emergence of Touk Miller from fantasy football premium to the uber elite in 2021 was something nobody predicted. Instead, the future Suns skipper was simply sublime. Although many may doubt the ability to back up the scoring, the signs are ominous if you want to beat against him.

#16 Most Relevant | Matt Crouch

Over the past few seasons, Matt Crouch has been a staple premium in many coaches fantasy football sides. Coming off the back of a season-ending groin injury, he’s now significantly underpriced his potential. But is he entirely fit and firing ahead of round one?

#17 Most Relevant | Jack Crisp

Since 2015 when Jack Crisp joined Collingwood, he hasn’t missed a game! Seven seasons of elite durability. To go with it, he’s coming off the back of his best-ever fantasy footy season. 2022 has already been forecast as a year that will challenge even the most astute fantasy coach; perhaps Crisp is the consistent piece your team needs to help you thrive.

#18 Most Relevant | Sam Walsh

From day one in the AFL, Sam Walsh has demonstrated the abilities that make him one of the best midfielders in the game. Thankfully for us fantasy footy coaches, these abilities translate into being one of the best premium players to own. After delivering coaches a top ten season in 2021, Walsh has set his sights on being the top player in the game, and I believe he can do it.

#19 Most Relevant | Sean Darcy

In 2021 we saw the emergence of plenty of new top-end premiums. One of the most surprising was the season of Fremantle ruck Sean Darcy. After overcoming his poor injury history, is the Dockers destroyer ready to take his game up to even stronger scoring levels?