AFL Bottom 10 Team (Season 2022)

AFL- Bottom 10 Team (Season 2022)- Who Wins?

B: Callum Wilkie (St Kilda), Tom Barrass (West Coast), James Sicily (Hawthorn)
HB: Sam Docherty (Carlton, co-captain), Sam Taylor (GWS), Jack Sinclair (St Kilda)
C: Jordan Dawson (Adelaide), Patrick Cripps (Carlton), Karl Amon (Port Adelaide)
HF: Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide), Charlie Curnow (Carlton), Sam Walsh (Carlton)
FF: Mitch Lewis (Hawthorn), Taylor Walker (Adelaide), Jade Gresham (St Kilda)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast, co-captain), Jai Newcombe (Hawthorn), Ben Keays (Adelaide)
Int: Rory Laird (Adelaide), Touk Miller (Gold Coast), Jy Simpkin (North Melbourne), Zach Merrett (Essendon)

Coach- Michael Voss (Carlton)

AFL- Bottom 10 Team (Season 2022)- Team by Team:

Adelaide Crows: Jordan Dawson, Ben Keays, Rory Laird, Taylor Walker (4)
Carlton Blues: Patrick Cripps, Charlie Curnow, Sam Docherty (co-captain), Sam Walsh (4)
Essendon Bombers: Zach Merrett (1)
Gold Coast Suns: Touk Miller, Jarrod Witts (co-captain) (2)
Greater Western Sydney Giants: Sam Taylor (1)
Hawthorn Hawks: Mitch Lewis, Jai Newcombe, James Sicily (3)
North Melbourne Kangaroos: Jy Simpkin (1)
Port Adelaide Power: Karl Amon, Connor Rozee (2)
St Kilda Saints: Jade Gresham, Jack Sinclair, Callum Wilkie (3)
West Coast Eagles: Tom Barrass (1)

Backs

Callum Wilkie was a revelation for the Saints as he finished second in their Best and Fairest.
Tom Barrass had a fantastic Season for the Eagles as he won their Best and Fairest and was named in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44.
James Sicily of the Hawks averaged 8.55 intercepts per game, which is the third most of any AFL player in Season 2022 and he was selected in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44.

Half-backs

Sam Docherty led from the front for the Blues. His story is inspirational as he had to go through a lot to play AFL footy again and he featured in all 22 games for the Blues.
Sam Taylor was outstanding for the Giants, as he won their Best and Fairest.
Jack Sinclair played extremely well as he won the Saints Best and Fairest.

Centres

Jordan Dawson of the Crows proved to be a good recruit as he performed well consistently.
Patrick Cripps from the Blues won the 2022 AFL Brownlow Medal.
Karl Amon polled the most votes of any Power player in the Brownlow Medal with 15 votes.

Half-forwards

Connor Rozee from the Power was selected in the AFL All-Australian team for Season 2022.
Charlie Curnow of the Blues was named in the AFL All-Australian team and won the Coleman Medal with 64 goals in Season 2022.
Sam Walsh from the Blues had a reasonable Season in 2022 as he polled 14 Brownlow votes in 20 games. He averaged the third most disposals in the AFL with an average of 32.10 disposals per game. He is a player that can play in the midfield, wing and on a half forward flank.

Forwards

Mitch Lewis had an injury interrupted Season, but still managed to kick 37 goals in 15 games. He averaged the equal sixth most goals with an average of 2.47 goals per game.
Taylor Walker polled the most Brownlow Votes of any Crows player, polling 14 votes. Along with kicking goals, he can pinch hit in the ruck.
Jade Gresham averaged the second most score involvements of any Saints player with an average of 5.83 score involvements per game.

Followers

Jarrod Witts from the Suns led from the front and was rewarded by being named in the AFL All Australian squad of 44.
Jai Newcombe polled the most Brownlow votes of any Hawks player, as he polled 11 votes.
Ben Keays was a revelation for the Crows in Season 2022.

Interchange

Rory Laird was selected in the AFL All Australian squad of 44. He averaged the most disposals of any player in the AFL with an average of 32.95 disposals per game, in 20 games.
Touk Miller of the Suns went close to winning the Brownlow Medal.
Jy Simpkin was a stand out for the Kangaroos as he won their Best and Fairest.
Zach Merrett of the Bombers finished in the top ten in the Brownlow Medal, despite missing three games.

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