Mitch Clark got the most attention during trade week, and the Demons can certainly fit him in.
$419,700 - Forward
The hard running midfielder Brad Ebert is a huge loss for the Eagles, because at only 21, and a former number 13 draft pick, Ebert has many fine years ahead. While he's never averaged more than 70 in a season, he will spend plenty of time in the Power's young midfield and almost guaranteed every match. In his fifth year, its time Ebert started to shine. Don't be confused by his cousin Brett, now in his 10th year at the Power.
$344,400 - Midfielder
The thing that surprised me about Mitch Morton is that he has only just turned 25. Now at his third club, he seems older. Assuming injuries stay away, Morton will play at the Swans and hopefully for the club will prove to be a useful sidekick for Sam Reid for many years. 41 goals and 21 games in 2009 netted him a SuperCoach average of 82, showing that he has got what it takes in SuperCoach terms. Add to that the Swans' impeccable record of recycling players and Morton might turn into a keeper.
$302,400 - Forward
If you are a little strapped for cash and aren't sure about your rucks, Ivan Maric could be a great find. He'll resume as number one at the Tigers ensuring consistent game-time, something that he has never really had the luxury of. His hit-out to advantage numbers are good and he knows how to kick a goal - is he your perfect foil for Cox, Sandilands or Goldstein?
$338,300 - Ruck
He never managed a game at Hawthorn but Will Sierakowski could have a large impact in 2012. At North Melbourne he's been granted a spot on the senior list (his first time) and at 21 years of age he must be ready to assume the role off half-back which no one at the Kangas has really been able to nail. Track his NAB because he could easily fly under the radar.
$113,200 - Defender
Another trade which flew under the radar was John McCarthy from the Pies to the Power. Like with Ebert, there are plenty of spots at the Power up for grabs, and considering he played 8 times for Mick's Magpies last year, obviously this guy can play. With a strong finish to the pre-season, expect the 22 year old to thrive playing regularly, and also drifting forward and snagging a few goals as well. Also you can bet he'll be a unique pick.
$281,200 - Midfielder