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2019 AFL Draft Guide released

AFTER a successful 2018 edition, the Draft Central 2019 AFL Draft Guide has been released, with 130-plus pages detailing more than 200 potential draftees in the upcoming draft period.

All 79 National Draft Combine invitees have their own individual pages, with pocket profiles for every State and Rookie Me combine invitee. Additionally, each profile will be accompanied by a colour code with our rating of on-field and off-field attributes. Their off-field attributes are based around their testing results at either the combines, or in pre-season testing.

The profiles will be split into Top 30 Players to Watch, National Draft Combine invites, state-by-state combine invites, Rookie Me Combine invites, and a handful of other players to be aware of that did not receive a draft combine invitation.

In an AFL Draft Guide first, we also recap the AFL Women’s Draft with summaries of all the first round selections.

The 2019 AFL Draft Guide is totally free for download with just an email required. The reason we are asking for an email this year is because those who sign-up in 2019, will receive a discount off next year’s guide which further improved, will come at a small fee. So download it and share the link with all your family and friends, and most of all enjoy the guide which has had hundreds of hours of work put into it.

2019 AFL Draft Guide – Coming Soon

AFTER the successful introduction of the 2018 AFL Draft Guide produced by Draft Central, we have been hard at work over the past month compiling the 2019 edition. Given last year was our inaugural edition, we received and listened to feedback on the design of the booklet, and have gone out of our way to be bigger and better in 2019.

We’ll be releasing some screenshots of the new magazine via our social media channels throughout the week, so make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The edition to be released in early November will include:

* Expanded profile pages

– One profile per page for National Draft Combine invitees
– Expanded statistics
– Additional space for strengths and improvements

* A colour coding system to rate:

– Disposal (effectiveness)
– Contested (work)
– Consistency (of performance)
– Ceiling (potential scope)
– Speed
– Agility
– Endurance
– Vertical

For State Draft Combine profiles, three of the criteria will be used – Disposal, Consistency and Athleticism.

* 2019 AFL Women’s Draft recap
– Player summaries of first round selections
– Club-by-club recap of players selected

The edition will include profiles of more than 200 eligible draftees across National, State and Rookie Me combines, as well as a number of others who we’ve included as ones to consider.