TAC Cup Draft Picks - 6 to 10

So who have been the most successful TAC Cup picks at picks 6 through to 10? Ben Woods has taken a look back over the history of TAC Cup to find out who have been the most successful players at each pick of the draft, looking at the top 20.

In the lead up to tonights Draft, we look at picks 6 to 10. Just before the Draft we will look at the top 5 Draft picks.

Quick overview:

* In this grouping, pick 10 has been most successful for most AFL games played, with players selected at pick 10 averaging 110 games

* Picks 8 and 10 have produced the most TAC Cup selections with 11 players selected, with both producing 3 players who have played over 200 AFL matches

* Those players picked at 6 and 9 have gone on to average under 50 AFL games

* Taken at pick 8, Jude Bolton has played the most games of all players selected between 6 and 10, having played 279 AFL games 

* 49 of the 50 players selected between picks 6 and 10 went on to play at least 1 AFL game  

TAC Cup #6 Picks
First Name Surname Year AFL Team(s) AFL Games Drafted From
James Walker 1997 Fremantle 151 North Ballarat Rebels
Steven Salopek 2002 Port Adelaide 121 Dandenong Stingrays
Damien Cupido 1999 Brisbane/Essendon 53 Eastern Ranges
Dylan Smith 2000 Fremantle 21 Sandringham Dragons
Gary Rohan 2009 Sydney 18 Geelong Falcons
Beau Dowler 2005 Hawthorn 16 Oakleigh Chargers
Murray Vance 1998 Carlton 5 Murray Bushrangers
Robert McMahon 1994 Fitzroy 2 Gippsland Power
           
TAC Cup #7 Picks
First Name Surname Year AFL Team(s) AFL Games Drafted From
Chris Johnson 1993 Fitzroy 264 Northern Knights
Jordan Lewis 2004 Hawthorn 147 Geelong Falcons
Kris Massie 1997 Carlton/Adelaide 131 Dandenong Stingrays
Joel Selwood 2006 Geelong 114 Bendigo Pioneers
Tony Brown 1994 St. Kilda 108 Geelong Falcons
Kane Tenace 2003 Geelong 54 Murray Bushrangers
Bowen Lockwood 1996 Port Adelaide 50 Geelong Falcons
Laurence Angwin 2000 Adelaide/Carlton 4 Dandenong Stingrays
Josh Caddy 2010 Gold Coast 2 Northern Knights
           
TAC Cup #8 Picks
First Name Surname Year AFL Team(s) AFL Games Drafted From
Jude Bolton 1998 Sydney 279 Calder Cannons
Chris Tarrant 1997 Collingwood 256 Bendigo Pioneers
James Bartel 2001 Geelong 205 Geelong Falcons
Daniel Harford 1994 Hawthorn 162 Northern Knights
Ben Reid 2006 Collingwood 53 Murray Bushrangers
Lachie Henderson 2007 Brisbane/Carlton 49 Geelong Falcons
Tyrone Vickery 2008 Richmond 45 Sandringham Dragons
Luke Brennan 2002 Hawthorn 28 North Ballarat Rebels
Dyson Heppell 2010 Essendon 23 Gippsland Power
John Meesen 2004 Adelaide 6 Geelong Falcons
John Butcher 2009 Port Adelaide 4 Gippsland Power
           
TAC Cup #9 Picks
First Name Surname Year AFL Team(s) AFL Games Drafted From
Kayne Pettifer 2000 Richmond 113 Murray Bushrangers
Rowan Warfe 1993 Fitzroy/Sydney 110 Bendigo Pioneers
Hamish McIntosh 2002 Nth Melbourne 100 Murray Bushrangers
Ben McEvoy 2007 St. Kilda 53 Murray Bushrangers
Jack Ziebell 2008 Nth Melbourne 45 Murray Bushrangers
Dion Prestia 2010 Gold Coast 17 Calder Cannons
Andrew Moore 2009 Port Adelaide 13 Eastern Ranges
Cayden Beetham 1999 St. Kilda 8 Oakleigh Chargers
David Trotter 2003 Nth Melbourne 7 Calder Cannons
Luke Molan 2001 Melbourne 0 Geelong Falcons
           
TAC Cup #10 Picks
First Name Surname Year AFL Team(s) AFL Games Drafted From
Shane O'Bree 1997 Brisbane/Collingwood 246 North Ballarat Rebels
Simon Prestigiacomo 1995 Collingwood 233 Northern Knights
Nathan Brown 1996 Western Bulldogs/Richmond 219 Bendigo Pioneers
Blake Caracella 1994 Essendon/Brisbane/Collingwood 187 Northern Knights
Sam Power 2001 West.Bulldogs/Nth Melbourne 123 Oakleigh Chargers
Patrick Dangerfield 2007 Adelaide 64 Geelong Falcons
Nathan Brown 2006 Collingwood 50 North Ballarat Rebels
Jake Melksham 2009 Essendon 37 Calder Cannons
Chris Egan 2004 Collingwood 25 Murray Bushrangers
Marcus Drum 2005 Fremantle/Geelong 22 Murray Bushrangers
Ryley Dunn 2003 Fremantle 8 Murray Bushrangers

 




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