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1. Lance Franklin - He's still number one for now in my books. Anyone who averages 100+ consistently and can pull out the 200 is worth a high selection and a lot of money.
2. Dean Cox - The DPP makes Coxy so much more valuable this season. Naitanui out will improve his scores too.
3. Jarryd Roughead - Like Cox, offers plenty of value this year. Having both Hawthorn boys should be a problem.
4. Steve Johnson - No forwards score like him when he plays in the midfield. He's got the DPP too, which makes him extra useful.
6. Tom Hawkins - I'm not a big fan of him as a player, but boy he can score well on his night. 2012 was his break-out, in 2013 he'll become more consistent.
7. Tom Rockliff - I'm a little hesitant because he's very pricey in SuperCoach Original, but he's a super selection in the draft stuff. DPP too.
8. Patrick Ryder - Didn't start pre-season overly well but fought back into form in the All-Stars match against Richmond. Very capable of averaging 100.
9.Dayne Zorko - Just because he seemed like a flash in the pan last year, doesn't mean he will be. The nuggety midfielder is a star and he'll deliver again in 2013.
10. Jimmy Bartel - Hasn't set the world on fire in recent seasons, but at least you know you'll get at least a 95 average and 20 games every season. Good pick.
11. Matt de Boer - My man de Boer is set for a big 2013 I reckon. He'll play a lot in the middle and when he did in 2012, he pumped out some big scores.
12. Matthew Wright - 2012 was only Wright's second AFL season, but his impact was still huge. Expect him to back up or better last season's performances.
13. Paul Chapman - Every year we think Chappy's hamstrings will snap, but they never seem to. He averaged 100 last season and has averaged at last 98 for the last seven.
14. Greg Broughton - The change of clubs will be the world of good for the extremely talented Greg Broughton. Have confidence picking him.
15. Matthew Pavlich - He says he should be right for round one, and if he plays, he's capable of averaging 100 up forward and especially in the midfield.
16. Dustin Martin - Not entirely convinced he'll enter the elite status this year, but he's got as good a chance as anybody else. Averaged 98 in 2011.
17.Travis Cloke - I believe he can return to his 2011 best now that he's locked in to Collingwood for life. Will the big monster return? It's worth the punt, you might get him cheaply.
18. Jarryd Blair - Supremely talented goal sneak is also incredibly handy in the middle. He scored over 90 eleven times in 2012. Entering his 4th season, he can lift his average into the 90s.
19. Adam Goodes - He will play round one and if he could stay fit for the majority of the season, he's worth the gamble based purely on his immense scoring ability.
20. Cyril Rioli - It was a disappointing GF for Cyril but he'll look to hit back. Averaged 98 in 2012 and 99 in 2011. Seems like a very assured choice.