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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- There are a lot of reasons for the New York Giants success on defense this season, and then there is Damon Harrison.Affectionately called `Snacks by his teammates, Harrison isnt what one would consider a glamour player on coordinator Steve Spagnuolos unit.Other players are more noticeable. Second-year safety Landon Collins is having a career year with 87 tackles and five interceptions.Jason Pierre-Paul is playing like the old `JPP with seven sacks, including 5+ in the past two games.Fellow defensive end Olivier Vernon has sacks in four straight and cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie are helping to limit opposing big-play receivers.Harrisons work is more covert. With his dreadlocks reaching underneath his helmet, the 6-foot-3, 343-pound Harrison is the force in the middle of a defense that has not allowed a player to rush for 100 yards this season. Only three teams have gained 100 yards in 11 games.It seems like every week there is something he does that has me saying (Wow), how in the heck did you do that, linebacker Devon Kennard said of Harrison.Its ridiculous. It might get overpassed by some of the other plays we are making all over the field, but I dont know if I have seen a defensive tackle dominate, the way he dominates.Kennard said there was a play against Cleveland this past weekend when the Giants won their sixth straight game on which Harrison split a double team and made the tackle.Harrisons play has helped the Giants (8-3) jump from the NFLs last-ranked defense in 2015 to No. 16 heading into Sundays game at Pittsburgh against the Steelers (6-5).Giants guard Justin Pugh laughed when asked about playing against Harrison, who made the NFL as a free agent with the Jets.Just look at him, Pugh said. Hes an unmovable person. Hes a good player. He plays low and he has a chip on his shoulder.That chip helped Harrison get a five-year, $46.2 million deal from the Giants in the offseason.Spagnuolo said he didnt know what to expect from Harrison other than what he saw on videotape, a force in the middle of the defensive line who wasnt satisfied simply being a run stopper.Spagnuolo got that and more, even a couple of hits on the running backs coming through the line on pass plays.He has been such a key component to the way this thing has kind of gelled together and I am not talking about when he is out on the field, as much as when he is off the field, when he is on the sideline, when he is in the locker room, Spagnuolo said.I watch him all the time. He has been the glue. He has been the guy that can get the guys to refocus. You need somebody in the group that will do that and he has been that guy.Harrison said he spoke with Spagnuolo after signing and the defensive coordinator just told him to be himself.He has done that playing what is a thankless position. More often than not, he is getting double-teamed, although playing in a 4-3 formation with the Giants has helped him focus on one gap.He had to handle two gaps playing a 3-4 scheme with the Jets.Im getting old, Harrison said. I used to like the double teams, but now Im just trying to run away from them. Pass them on to (Johnathan) Hankins. A young guy.If thatll help the team and make the team better, cause the linebackers to make more plays, then Im all for it. I try to fight through the double team and still make the play. Im not just sitting on the double team and holding it. I want to make plays. Double team and single team, I still think I have a chance to make a play.The statistics bear that out.Harrison is third on the team with 63 tackles. He also had 1+ sacks, four tackles for losses, three quarterback hits, a pass defended and a forced fumble.Game notes Safety Nat Berhe (concussion), LB Mark Herzlich (concussion) and DE Owa Odighizuwa (knee) did not practice for the second straight day. Pugh (knee) and fellow OL Marshall Newhouse (knee) and Brett Jones (calf) were limited. Returner Dwayne Harris (wrist) practiced fully. ... Collins was honored as the NFC defensive player of the month. 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PHILADELPHIA -- Its been as if someone flipped the switch to on for the Philadelphia Phillies while the Atlanta Braves dial has been stuck in off for the majority of the season.The bottom two teams in the NL East, the Phillies and Braves open a three-game series in Philadelphia on Monday. They are one week removed from a much-needed All-Star break to regroup... except the Phillies may not want to stop playing anytime soon.After battling offensive ineptitude for about 75 games, the Phillies bats have come alive, and it has fueled a 5-1 stretch.I dont know exactly whats happened. I just know we had it in us, Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said following Sundays 7-2 win over Kansas City. I always felt even for the first two months that we were a better hitting team than it showed and it was kind of an enigma as to why we werent hitting better. It just took a little time.The individual numbers have really turned around as of late. Maikel Franco has been on a torrid stretch that has seen him record multiple hits in five of his last six games. He has also reached base safely in 11 of the last 12 contests. The third basemen ripped a home run on Sunday to cap off a 3-for-4 day.Cameron Rupp also hit a home run in that game. He is on an eight-game hitting streak that has been highlighted by his last two outings in which he has gone a combined 5-for-8 with three RBI and two doubles. Cody Asche also hit a home run in their latest victory. Likewise, Peter Bourjos ssingled to extend his hit streak to 12 games.ddddddddddddIt helps when youve got a guy like Bourjos, who came out of nowhere up to .270, Mackanin said. Thats an unbelievable story in itself. I think the other players feed off things like that. You know, its like, Well I can do it, too. I know thats not a scientific answer, but its the best I can do.No explanation needed. Its apparent that the Phillies are trending upward as the All-Star break looms.Meanwhile, the Braves really have yet to get going, which has led to a forgettable first half. They put together a six-game winning streak in the middle of June but came back down to reality by losing six of eight games immediately afterward.Their problems run the full gamut. The pitching has been unreliable while the hitting has been streaky. The have also had some bad luck.On Saturday, the Braves tied the Marlins in the ninth inning with a Tyler Flowers home run. In the 12th inning, the game-winning hit was delivered by pinch-hitter Jose Fernandez, the Miami pitcher. Things like that only add salt to the wounds.It was eventful, Flowers said, according to MLB.com. I thought we battled well... I think there were a lot of positives to take away. 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With the football season and AFL trade period over, clubs now know what picks theyll be taking to the national draft in Sydney on November 25.But which club will pick what player, and when?ESPN.com.au AFL draft expert Christopher Doerre - aka Knightmare - may have the answers, unveiling his first phantom draft for 2016.As well as attending live games during the season, Doerre pores through match vision, analyses the stats and talks to industry sources to ensure he can offer the most insightful analysis.His phantom draft is only for the first two rounds of the draft, and will be updated and extended several times ahead of the event itself.ROUND ONEPick one: Essendon Who theyll pick: Hugh McCluggage Why he goes here: Essendon have the enviable decision between North Ballarat Rebel Hugh McCluggage and Sandringham Dragon Andrew McGrath. The choice likely is the 185cm, 75kg, McCluggage, who features up the top of most draft boards around the country. He has earned top spot through his production, consistency, improvement and hurt factor. McCluggage is arguably the cleanest ground-level player and the best ball user in this draft. There is also no-one else like him at hitting inside 50m targets and finishing from anywhere on goal.Pick two: GWS Who theyll pick: Andrew McGrath Why he goes here: If Essendon take McCluggage, GWS will have the player who is believed to be No. 1 on their draft board. With star defender Heath Shaw turning 31 in November, McGrath would get the experience of playing alongside and being mentored by Shaw with a view to eventually succeeding him as GWS primary rebounder and runner from the back half. At 179cm, 75kg, McGrath is the best in the draft at providing run-and-carry with ball in hand and there are few juniors in recent memory who provide the overlap run in support that McGrath does.Pick three: Brisbane Who theyll pick: Ben Ainsworth Why he goes here: Brisbane may bid on Gold Coasts Academy midfielder Jack Bowes here. If Brisbane bid on Bowes, Gold Coast are sure to match Brisbanes bid. Given this, 179cm, 74kg forward, Ben Ainsworth is Brisbanes probable first choice. Ainsworth up forward is a match-up nightmare with his enormous vertical leap and his vice-like strong marking overhead. He is also capable of pushing up through the midfield.Pick four: Gold Coast Who theyll pick: Jack Scrimshaw Why he goes here: At 193cm, 80kg, Scrimshaw is a utility with outstanding evasive movement through traffic and a long, damaging kick that can break games open. Gold Coast are believed to have strong interest in the Sandringham premiership player, and if not, with this selection are likely to pick him with one of their following choices.Pick five: Carlton Who theyll pick: Will Brodie Why he goes here: As a best available selection, Brodie would be a terrific compliment to Patrick Cripps in tight as one of this years standout stoppage players. Brodie, 189cm, 82kg, is an immediate player who wins first possession at stoppages and displays excellent speed, agility and work-rate by position. He is a proven performer against mature VFL bodies and lifts when the game is on the line.Pick six: Gold Coast Who theyll pick: Jack Bowes Why he goes here: If Brisbane bid pick three for Bowes, Gold Coast will certainly match the bid to get their prized Academy prospect. Bowes, a 187cm, 78kg classy, ball-winning midfielder, has the versatility to push forward and have an impact. He is likely to push for senior games from early in the season after a number of promising NEAFL performances late in the year.Pick seven: Fremantle Who theyll pick: Tim English Why he goes here: If English and Sam Petrevski-Seton are both available, Fremantle have a challenging decision ahead of them. With Aaron Sandilands in the twilight of his career and Jonathon Griffin a 30-year-old, WAs late-blooming ruckman English might be the choice. He stands at 204cm, 86kg and if picked by Fremantle would be groomed to become the clubs No. 1 ruckman. His improvement this season has been notable, with his skills, mobility and disposal numbers better than some midfielders.Pick eight: Gold Coast Who theyll pick: Sam Petrevski-Seton Why he goes here: At this stage, GWS Academy midfield star Will Setterfield may receive a bid from Gold Coast which GWS would match. With GWS sure to match any reasonable bids for Setterfield, Petrevski-Seton, if still available, is a likely choice here. Petrevski-Seton, 181cm, 76kg, has in recent years built a reputation around taking the game on at every opportunity with his acceleration, evasiveness and quick sidestep all features of his game. He displays freakishness at ground level and is a very balanced, dual-sided player.Pick nine: Sydney Who theyll pick: Oliver Florent Why he goes here: With Sydney lacking outside spread in this years AFL grand final after losing several key outside runners in the 2015 offseason, it would make sense for the Swans to replenish their outside stocks. Florent at 183cm, 74kg, fits the mould offering composure with ball in hand, a high work rate and a nice mix of acceleration and evasiveness.Pick 10: Gold Coast Who theyll pick: Tim Taranto Why he goes here: Gold Coast need help through the midfield and up forward. Sandringhams finals star Taranto helps Gold Coast fill both needs and offers them great flexibility. Taranto, 186cm, 82kg, is a ball winner through the midfield and is just as good if not better up forward. Taranto sets up teammates off half-forward with his precise skills and can push deep inside the forward 50m as well as being a deep marking target.Pick 11: North Melbourne Who theyll pick: Griffin Logue Why he goes here: Logue, a 194cm, 92kg key defender, if still available would be a suitable list fit for North Melbourne. He gives North Melbourne options having played as a key defender during the AFL Under-18 Championships or he could just as easily develop into a big-bodied, ball-winning midfielder, having shown glimpses during the second half of the season through the midfield. He finished equal first in the beep test and top five in the 3km time trial at the recent AFL Draft Combine and has a genuine power over the ground balls, which suggests a future in the midfield is possible.Pick 12: West Coast Who theyll pick: Todd Marshall Why he goes here: With star key forward Josh Kennedy turning 30 next year, Marshall, if picked here, could be his eventual successor. Key forwards generally take around four years until they become reliable at AFL level and Kennedy for those first four years of his development would be an ideal mentor for Marshall to learn his craft under. Marshall, 198cm, 87kg, is very athletic and agile and has rare cleanness at ground level for someone his height.Pick 13: Adelaide Who theyll pick: Daniel Venables Why he goes here: Adelaide at this choice may bid on GWS midfielder Harry Perryman, but GWS will match any reasonable bids for him. Given this, Venables here would be a suitable choice for Adelaide. At 186cm, 81kg, Venables is an aggressive tackler with explosive breakaway speed from stoppages who can hit the scoreboard and do damage by foot. He likely starts his career up forward and with time has the capacity to push for a midfield position.Pick 14: Port Adelaide Who theyll pick: Jy Simpkin Why he goes here: Missing the season with a broken leg, Simpkin, 181cm, 71kg when healthy can provide Port Adelaide with much needed skill and x-factor up forward or pushing up through the midfield. He is one of the best kicks into the forward 50m in this draft and displays composure with ball in hand and excellent vision. He has good acceleration and also is a good finisher around goal who can hit the scoreboard.Pick 15: GWS Who theyll pick: Will Setterfield Why he goes here: If Gold Coast bid pick No. 8 for Setterfield, GWS will certainly match. Setterfield is a strong contested-ball winning midfielder who tackles with power. He is one of the more composed players with ball in hand in this draft and shows excellent vision, lowering his eyes and often finding forward 50m targets. The 190cm, 80kg midfielder has the upside to be one of the best mids in this draft but with GWS loaded midfield, may start his career up forward where he can use his aerial marking power to have an impact.Pick 16: Brisbane Who theyll pick: Alex Witherden Why he goes here: With Brisbane lacking quality rebounders from the back half, Witherden, a 184cm, 78kg backman, would add much-needed precision ball use by foot to Brisbanes back half. With time, as he builds up his endurance, he may also develop the scope to push through the midfield. Like Simpkin, Witherden has missed this season with a broken leg, but on past performances is worthy of being selected here.Pick 17: Port Adelaide Who theyll pick: Will Hayward Why he goes here: Hayward, a leadup forward at 186cm, 76kg felt unstoppable during SANFL Under-18 finals with 13 goals in his final two games. A smart, strong-marking forward, Hayward is at his best inside the forward 50m. He creates separation on the lead, takes marks at the highest point, is an aerial and one-on-one marking threat. Hayward is ?also clean at ground level and provides heavy scoreboard impact.Pick 18: Western Bulldogs Who theyll pick: Jarrod Berry Why he goes here: Berry, 191cm, 80kg, offers Western Bulldogs leadership and versatility. He is an excellent athlete who provides significant run-and-carry with a burst of speed and the endurance to run all day. When played through the midfield he wins his own ball, while down back he provides run and carry, taking intercept marks and up forward hits the scoreboard.Pick 19: Sydney Who theyll pick: Cedric Cox Why he goes here: With Sydney lacking pace, Cox would be an ideal complement to Florent. Florent would be able to play half-forward/wing, while Cox could play off a half-back flank and push up onto a wing. Cox, 184cm, 70kg is a line breaker with serious acceleration and hurt factor by foot.ROUND TWOPick 20: Essendon Who theyll pick: Jordan Ridley Why he goes here: Ridley, a 192cm, 79kg utility could prove a suitable list fit off a half-back flank for Essendon and pushing up onto a wing after the loss of Michael Hibberd (who was traded to Melbourne). Ridley is an athletic utility who is an efficient ball user and when used down back is an intercept marking threat.Pick 21: Brisbane Who theyll pick: Jordan Gallucci Why he goes here: Given Brisbanes midfield deficiency, the Lions may bid pick 21 on Gold Coast Academy midfielder Brad Scheer. Gold Coast though are likely to go into points deficit in order to match bids for Scheer, with Gold Coast lacking ball winners and depth through the midfield. Gallucci is a damaging 183cm, 75kg midfielder with explosive breakaway speed and agility. He has the versatility to play midfield, back or forward and offers Brisbane flexibility.Pick 22: Brisbane Who theyll pick: Shai Bolton Why he goes here: Bolton, a creative 177cm, 67kg forward, would be a great list fit for Brisbane here. Bolton has striking acceleration and evasiveness. He is a one-touch player who wiins ground balls at speed and offers heavy scoreboard impact across half-forward. Cheap Jerseys. Pick 23: St Kilda Who theyll pick: Sam Powell-Pepper Why he goes here: Powell-Pepper is a powerful ground-ball winner at 186cm, 83kg, who provides heavy impact per possession, often winning ground balls at speed and showing great power over the ball. He offers the versatility to play forward, midfield or back. He is a threat to break the lines and when used up forward, he hits the scoreboard. For St Kilda he would fit well onto a half-forward flank where he has played his best football this season.Pick 24: Geelong Who theyll pick: Patrick Kerr Why he goes here: With Geelongs key position stocks depleted up forward and aging down back, Geelong may put forward a bid for key position player from the GWS Academy, Zachary Sproule. With GWS losing several key position players during the trade period they are likely to match Geelongs offer to further strengthen their own key position stocks. Given this, Kerr would be a suitable list addition with a view to develop into something like Tom Hawkins successor. Kerr is a strong marking, 194cm, 93kg key forward who plays with a presence in the front half.Pick 25: Carlton Who theyll pick: Taylin Duman Why he goes here: Duman is an athletic 193cm, 75kg utility who gives Carlton options here. He could develop into an outside runner, tall flanker or key position player. He links up well on the outside and finds plenty of the ball.Pick 26: Western Bulldogs Who theyll pick: Ben Long Why he goes here: Western Bulldogs would benefit from adding another key defender and a bid on Harrison Macreadie here would make a lot of sense. With that said, as with Sproule, GWS would likely match bids for Macreadie. Given this, the Bulldogs may look at Long who played seven games for Footscray in the VFL. He kicked eight goals in his last two games with six in the final against Collingwood and two in Footscrays grand final win the following week. Long, at 183cm, 71kg, has the versatility to play back or forward. Down back he is a reliable stopper and up forward a capable finisher.Pick 27: Richmond Who theyll pick: Joshua Battle Why he goes here: With the departure of Ty Vickery, Richmond would benefit from another tall forward. Battle, at 192cm, 90kg, is a strong mark overhead with clean hands at ground level and excellent endurance. He is a reliable kick on goal and to targets around the ground.Pick 28: Collingwood Who theyll pick: Brennan Cox Why he goes here: Collingwood could be tempted by Jonty Scharenberg, the brother of Matthew if he is still here, but after the losses of key defenders Nathan Brown and Jack Frost, are more likely to target a key defender, unless they have an alternative in mind later in the draft. The best available key defender at pick No. 28 is South Australian Cox. The 194cm, 90kg defender is very athletic and has good one-on-one strength. He can take intercept marks and also provide run from the back half.Pick 29: Essendon Who theyll pick: Jonty Scharenberg Why he goes here: With Essendon needing more midfielders and forwards, they would be a team likely to consider bidding on Collingwood father-son choice Callum Brown. Collingwood likely at this stage would match. Given this, Essendon may look at Scharenberg, the younger brother of Collingwoods Matthew. The 186cm, 80kg midfielder is a strong contested-ball winner through the midfield who tackles with intensity and uses the ball well by foot.Pick 30: Port Adelaide Who theyll pick: Alex Villis Why he goes here: Villis, a 182cm, 70kg outside player, is one of the more reliable ball users in this years draft. He uses it well on both sides of the body, makes good decisions with ball in hand and would be a suitable list fit for Port Adelaide on a wing or coming out of defence.Pick 31: Port Adelaide Who theyll pick: Myles Poholke Why he goes here: Poholke at 184cm, 84kg is a strong-bodied utility who can play through the midfield or at either end. He is a strong contested-ball winner who tackles with intensity and is a strong mark overhead.Pick 32: North Melbourne Who theyll pick: Dylan Clarke Why he goes here: Clarke, the brother of North Melbournes Ryan, is a contested-ball winning beast who does his best work at stoppages. The 187cm, 85kg big-bodied midfielder distributes well by hand and has excellent endurance allowing him to get to every contest.Pick 33: North Melbourne Who theyll pick: Josh Rotham Why he goes here: North Melbourne here may bid on Brisbane Academy utility Jacob Allison. Brisbane look likely to match bids from the second round and in this draft, will match North Melbournes claim. Given this, Rotham, a 192cm, 79kg athletic backman who can break the lines and use the ball reliably out of defence, is a suitable alternative. He can play tall or small down back and looks at his best with ball in hand. He may also in the future push up onto a wing.Pick 34: West Coast Who theyll pick: Luke Ryan Why he goes here: Ryan, a 185cm, 82kg, 20-year-old back flanker, has had a breakout season for Coburg in the VFL and looms as a ready-to-play half-back flanker and is likely to be the first mature-age player drafted. He reads the flight well, taking intercept marks regularly, and is a high-production player who makes good decisions out of the back half, providing rebound by foot.Pick 35: Fremantle Who theyll pick: Ryan Garthwaite Why he goes here: Garthwaite, a 192cm, 84kg backman from the GWS Academy, is likely to be passed on by GWS which means opportunity for the other 17 clubs. Garthwaite down back can play either tall or small. He is an excellent intercept-marking backman who reads the flight well and is strong in one-on-one contests.Pick 36: St Kilda Who theyll pick: Isaac Cumming Why he goes here: GWS Academy player Cumming at 183cm, 72kg is a back flanker who provides good run out of the back half. He is clean, composed and makes good decisions, generally hitting a target. For GWS, Cumming is nice to have but likely someone -- given the depth of talent in their academy this year -- theyll have to let go.Pick 37: GWS Who theyll pick: Harry Perryman Why he goes here: This pick would be moved up to match a bid on Perryman, who is one of the best pure footballers in this draft. At 184cm, 75kg, he is a strong contested-ball winner who is clean at ground level, strong overhead, has a high work rate and uses the ball well by hand and foot. While best suited to playing through the midfield, given how strong GWS midfield is, Perryman is expected to find a position in GWS back half where he has spent much of this season.Pick 38: Geelong Who theyll pick: Zac Fisher Why he goes here: Fisher, a 175cm, 61kg midfielder at this point represents strong value and would be a strong list addition for any club with a midfield needing a boost. Fisher has performed strongly at WAFL League level and despite his height and build is an excellent contested-ball winner and stoppage player. He has very clean hands and is a precise user of the ball by hand and foot who makes good decisions. He also demonstrates acceleration from stoppages as well as good agility and evasiveness in traffic.Pick 39: GWS *To secure the points required for Harry Perryman, GWS likely will need to forfeit this selection. Using the clubs later picks, GWS are likely to match bids on Harrison Macreadie and Zachary Sproule.Pick 40: Fremantle Who theyll pick: Cameron Zurhaar Why he goes here: Zurhaar at 188cm, 79kg is a powerful, athletic type who has the versatility to play forward or back. Fremantle need help at both ends and could use his versatility. Up forward he is a marking threat while down back he breaks the lines with his aggressive running game.Some Academy and father-son choices who likely will feature in the first or second round and have their bids matched: Brad Scheer, a 184cm, 83kg Gold Coast Academy midfielder, is a promising strong-bodied, contested-ball winner. With Brisbane possibly bidding pick No. 21 in this draft, Gold Coast are likely to match Brisbanes bid, going into points deficit.GWS are likely to match Geelongs bid of pick No. 24 for Zach Sproule with the 197cm, 87kg mobile tall likely to join GWS through their Academy. Sproule has good skills and covers a lot of ground and has scope to develop as a key position player at either end or potentially push up onto a wing.GWS Academy key defence prospect?Harrison Macreadie, 196cm, 89kg is an athletic key defender who can provide some run off half-back. With Western Bulldogs bidding pick No. 26 for Macreadie, GWS are likely to match this bid.With Essendon in this draft bidding pick No. 29 for Collingwood father-son prospect Callum Brown, son of Gavin, Collingwood are likely to match the bid. The 177cm midfielder plays a hard, contested brand of footy. He has some pace and also can play forward. Brisbane in this draft match North Melbournes bid of pick No. 33 for Academy prospect Jacob Allison. Allison is a 194cm, 79kg athletic utility who breaks the lines, is a strong mark overhead and has a 60m kick. Brisbane will need to go into deficit to pick Allison given they have no picks after 22 that are worth points, which will not hurt Brisbanes long term plans at this stage in the draft.Father-sons of interest outside the first two rounds:Ben Jarman (Adelaide/Hawthorn), Josh Daicos (Collingwood) and Jake Waterman (West Coast) are other father-son selections who look set to feature in the national draft. Each figure to receive a bid around the third round of the draft with each club likely to match bids around this point.Clubs without a first or second round draft choice: Entering the draft in the third round with pick No. 47, Melbourne while loaded through the midfield, are believed to rate stoppage specialist Willem Drew highly. The 188cm, 78kg midfielder, if available would represent outstanding value as arguably the premier stoppage player of the TAC Cup in 2016 with his heavy tackles, first-possession winning at stoppages and aggressiveness features of his game. From pick 40 onwards, the value is in the midfielders. With Melbourne still needing to fill other areas of the ground, it is likely with their other selections that they will address other list needs if they go for the value and select the powerful ball-winner here.Hawthorn enter the draft in the fifth round (pick No. 88) and would likely love to have potential father-son selection Ben Jarman to nominate the Hawks over Adelaide. To secure Jarman, Hawthorn -- with a bid sure to come from a rival club -- would go into points deficit in the 2017 draft which would mean one of their picks in 2017 would move back, depending on the points required to acquire Jarman.For a late draft smokie, failing Jarman nominating Hawthorn, key forward and relieving ruckman Esava Ratugolea would be a great get. Ratugolea at 194cm, 95kg is a raw talent with outstanding power, athleticism and an appetite for the contest. 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