AFL Merged Team- Alphabetical Order (Team Five of Six): Season 2023: Pre-draft

AFL Merged Team Five (Port Adelaide Power, Richmond Tigers, St Kilda Saints – Six players per team)

B: Callum Wilkie (St Kilda), Noah Balta (Richmond), Jack Sinclair (St Kilda)
HB: Daniel Rioli (Richmond), Nick Vlastuin (Richmond), Ryan Burton (Port Adelaide)
C: Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide), Ollie Wines (Port Adelaide), Dan Houston (Port Adelaide)
HF: Shai Bolton (Richmond), Todd Marshall (Port Adelaide), Travis Boak (Port Adelaide, co-captain)
FF: Jade Gresham (St Kilda), Tim Membrey (St Kilda), Tom Lynch (Richmond)
Foll: Rowan Marshall (St Kilda), Jack Steele (St Kilda, co-captain), Tim Taranto (Richmond)

Coach: Damien Hardwick (Richmond)

AFL Merged Team Five: Alphabetical Order (AFL- Season 2023)- Team by Team:

Port Adelaide: Travis Boak (co-captain), Ryan Burton, Dan Houston, Todd Marshall, Connor Rozee, Ollie Wines
Richmond: Noah Balta, Shai Bolton, Tom Lynch, Tim Taranto, Daniel Rioli, Nick Vlastuin
St Kilda: Jade Gresham, Rowan Marshall, Tim Membrey, Jack Sinclair, Jack Steele (co-captain), Callum Wilkie


Callum Wilkie was selected in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44 in 2022.
Noah Balta needs to improve in season 2023 and will probably do so.
Jack Sinclair would be a revelation if he played in the back pocket in the upcoming season.


Daniel Rioli was selected in the AFL All-Australian squad of 44 in 2022.
Nick Vlastuin averaged the fourth equal highest average of intercepts of any player last season. He averaged 8.00 intercepts per game in 17 games.
Ryan Burton is underrated player as he is a quality player. He should be more widely renowned in season 2023.


Connor Rozee was selected in the AFL All-Australian team in season 2022.
Ollie Wines should perform to his optimum level in season 2023.
Dan Houston averaged the third most metres gained of any Port Adelaide player in season 2022. He averaged 384.76 metres gained in the 21 games that he featured in.


Shai Bolton was selected on the half-forward flank of AFL All-Australian team in season 2022.
Todd Marshall kicked 45 goals in season 2022. That was nearly double the next best of 24 goals for Sam Powell-Pepper.
Travis Boak leads by example and he should play well in season 2023.


Jade Gresham has the capability to play in the forward pocket. He finished seventh in the St Kilda Best and Fairest last season, despite missing four games through injury.
Tim Membrey finished fourth in the St Kilda Best and Fairest last season.
Tom Lynch won the Richmond Best and Fairest in season 2022.


Rowan Marshall will be the undisputed number one ruckman in season 2023. That is due to Patrick Ryder retiring at the end of last season.
Jack Steele is a great leader. He finished third in the Best and Fairest for St Kilda, despite missing four games through injury.
Tim Taranto should be a revelation for Richmond in season 2023.

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