10- Taylor Duryea (Defender)
Taylor Duryea just needs to be given a consistent run of games to prove how good an AFL player he is. It’s up to Duryea whether he reaches his potential.
9- Matt Suckling (Utility)
Matt Suckling will prove that he belongs in the Western Bulldogs best 22 in Season 2020. Suckling is a player with a prodigious left foot kick.
8- Lachie Hunter (Utility)
Lachie Hunter was going to be a pivotal part of the Western Bulldogs team, but he has a 4 game suspension. Hunter will come back motivated and prove what an integral part of the Western Bulldogs team that he is; Lachie Hunter is a pivotal part of the Bulldogs team playing on the wing.
7- Mitch Wallis (Utility)
Mitch Wallis is an important part of the Western Bulldogs team for Season 2020. The Western Bulldogs rely on him as he is 1 of their leader, which was shown in their Season 2019 Elimination Final; The Western Bulldogs game against Greater Western Sydney proved how important a player Mitch Wallis is to his team as they missed him.
6- Hayden Crozier (Defender)
5- Caleb Daniel (Utility)
Caleb Daniel will prove to be an important part of the Western Bulldogs team if he plays to his potential in Season 2020. Daniel will provide plenty of run out of the back line for the Bulldogs.
4- Marcus Bontempelli (Utility)
3- Jack Macrae (Midfielder)
Jack Macrae was named on the interchange bench in the 2019 AFL All Australian team. Macrae is a quality player. Macrae polled the equal most Brownlow votes of any Bulldogs player in Season 2019 with 22.
2- Josh Bruce (Key Forward)
Josh Bruce was an astute recruiting move by the Western Bulldogs. Bruce will prove to be a revelation for the Western Bulldogs as he is an extremely tough player.
1- Josh Dunkley (Midfielder)
Josh Dunkley is a pivotal part of the Western Bulldogs midfield. Dunkley is a quality player and will substantiate why in Season 2020. He goes about his work extremely humbly, by keeping his feet on the ground.