Let's face it. Adam Goodes is a proven SC performer as a result of being one of the best aboriginal players to play the game.
So this year you would consider him to be pretty cheap, with a price tag of just over $450 thousand, as he is known to whip out the biggest of scores (as highlighted by his 214 in 2009 and his 172 last year).
He has the advantage of being able to be selected in either the midfield or forward line, making him a DPP (Dual Position Player), and although he is now 31, I expect him to score just as well as he has in past seasons. Speaking of which, we can analyse now: He averaged 94 SC points last year and over 100 SC points for every season in the last half-decade before that, super stuff.
His NAB Cup form was good - with 3 goals against Collingwood, and despite what many people believe, I think he will play some good midfield time and not be restricted to a forward-line only player this year.
Schon's Good Buy Rating: 4 Sherrins out of 5