West Coast onballers: Dean Cox is someone to sign, while some of the smaller players in the middle for the Eagles will be value for fantasy money while others may disappoint fantasy coaches.
Adam Selwood, probably too expensive as there are players to sign who are cheaper who can do the same or more for stats.
Scott Selwood, only a fantasy midfielder so while he may make some money it won't be a large amount and there are bargains to consider around his price.
Chris Masten, the perennial underachiever is very cheap, so cheap that even if he is bad he could still make money, so if he starts playing a lot better he could make a large amount of money.
Brad Ebert didn't really lift his game last year, maybe he does it this time.
Luke Shuey, he is certainly a bargain, someone to consider but follow his stats in the next preseason games.
Matt Rosa, probably an example of a fantasy plateau with a player hitting his stats and value peak so there isn't a big reason to sign him.
Matt Priddis is a safe choice for the money, but if you are spending the big dollars it is hard to pick him over players that are more exciting and kick the ball a lot more.
Andrew Gaff, someone to use as a sometime starter but mainly to have as an emergency on the bench who will make money in the first half of the season.
Daniel Kerr, you roll the dice with him it could win or lose your league depending on his health and stats, it is a low-cost signing and there are extra trades to use this year so maybe the potential reward is bigger than the risk.
Source: AFL site
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