Freshmen (newbies): Guys named for their first match of their career, or guys coming back from injury who are dirt cheap.
About to burst: These fellas have played two matches this year, and if you don't jump on them this round, their price will explode. Basically just a warning signal.
Rookie watch: These guys have been in our teams from the start, but by monitoring their break-even every week it's easier to gauge when to jump off them, even if they've served you well. Remember, there's no room for sentiment in SuperCoach.
Cheapened stars: They may not have exactly 'fallen from grace', but it's not unusual for a gun to average 100 yet still see a price drop of $100,000. These guys are the perfect trade-up targets, and a smart selection here is just as important as picking the right rookie.
Daniel Pearce (WB) $106,600, MID
Not to be confused with Danyle from Port Adelaide, don't be surprised if the 19 year old settles in quickly with his rebounding run from half-back.
Jonathan Simpkin (Geel) $113,200, MID
This guy has had to work hard for his opportunity, but he can certainly play. Watch closely.
Jamie Elliott (Coll) $106,600, FWD
Elliot played well in the NAB cup, and has impressed in the VFL so far, even spending some time in the midfield.
Marley Williams (Coll) $94,700, MID
Promoted after the injury to Luke Ball, Williams obviously has what it takes. But such a difficult midfield to cement your spot in...
Elliot Yeo (Bris) $106,600, MID
He is a really good chance to become Brisbane's fourth debutant of the year, and plays primarily as a wingman.
Troy Davis (Melb) $113,200, DEF
He's a long-shot to play but the Demons could do worse than blood a few new guys.
Hayden Crozier (Freo) $106,600, FWD/MID
Taken high in the draft, he is a goal sneak who will certainly see game time before the year is out. And just in case you forgot, this was him last year:
About to burst:
Josh Jenkins (ADEL) $113,200, RUCK - Averaging 88
If you only have two playing ruckmen, then this could be a good trade. But not a necessity by any means.
Dayne Zorko (BRIS) $113,200, MID/FOR - Averaging 58
Strong, agile, mature. His first match was sub-affected, his 100 last week was more like it.
Andrew Phillips (GWS) $124,700, RUCK - Averaging 54
If you need a down-grade ruckman, go for Jenkins, not this guy.
Koby Stevens (WC) $135,500, MID - Averaging 51
He can certainly play, but his job security is very poor.
Tom Bugg: Ave 78, BE: 82
Jack Hombsch: Ave 71, BE: 48
Dylan Shiel: Ave 66, BE: 52
Steve Morris: Ave 61, BE: 54
Toby Greene: Ave 78, BE: 84
Kyal Horsley: Ave 92, BE: -14
Devon Smith: Ave 64 BE: -24
Curtly Hampton: Ave 43, BE: 20
Israel Folau: Ave 36, BE: 36
James Magner: Ave 75, BE: 48
Stephen Coniglio: Ave 73, BE: 25
Steve Motlop: Ave 68, BE: 107 GIDDY UP! It's time to go, Steven. The rise has been good but that BE is just too high.
Terry Milera: Ave 65, BE: 40
Paul Bower: Ave 75, BE: 61
James McDonald: Ave 85, BE: -13
Jeremy Cameron: Ave 52, BE: 67 GIDDY UP! Cameron has delivered us one massive game, but he has peaked and you should be able to make a good $100k from him.
Jack Crisp: Ave 59, BE: -30
Tim Mohr: Ave 70, BE: 53
Darren Pfeiffer: Ave 62, BE: -3
Lachie Neale: Ave 43, BE: -12
Jacob Townsend: Ave 42, BE: -10
Tory Dickson: Ave 61, BE: -48
Lee Spurr: Ave 58, BE: -27
Jacob Brennan: Ave 57, BE: -26
Brandon Ellis: Ave 49, BE: 94
Nick Dal Santo: Ave 104, $481,900 - Down $165,200. Break-even: 86
Played every game, scored above 100 in 6 of them. Last year, from Round 10 onwards, he averaged 127.
Ryan O'Keefe: Ave 82, $460,000 - Down $96,600. Break-eve: 60
His average in his last three is 101. He's back, but no-where near his peak just yet. A DPP and a small BE - now or never.
Heath Grundy: Ave 67, $349,100 - Down $119,500. Break-even: 141
For a guy who has averaged in the high eighties for the last two years, he is very cheap. Only one score above 100 thus far this year and a huge BE suggests another price drop is on the way.
Bryce Gibbs: Ave 88, $440,800 - Down $117,800. Break-even: 142
In my opinion he was hugely over priced at the start of the year. He has played every match this year and scored over 100 three times. With Murphy out there is a possibility for more midfield time, even if Brett Ratten won't admit it.