The shared football journey of Oakleigh Chargers pair Matthew Rowell and Noah Anderson looks set to continue when the first round of the 2019 NAB AFL Draft is held on Wednesday night.
Murray Bushrangers dasher Lachlan Ash doesn’t lack confidence – he needs it to execute a trademark style of play that has him in contention to be a high pick at the 2019 NAB AFL Draft.
Sandringham Dragons key-position player Josh Worrell has been through several changes in mindset during his relatively quick emergence as a 2019 NAB AFL Draft prospect.
We look at the top five placegetters in each NAB League Boys club’s best-and-fairest count following the 2019 season.
NAB League Boys grand-finalists the Eastern Ranges were the competition’s only team without a player invited to the recent NAB AFL Draft Combine, but Lachlan Stapleton wants to prove to AFL clubs that he was worthy.
The Western Jets are no longer the only NAB League club not to have produced an AFL Women’s draftee, with three of their talented youngsters recently graduating to the elite level at the NAB AFLW Draft.
With the number of genuine ruck prospects for the NAB AFL Draft seemingly thinning by the year, Oakleigh Chargers big man Nick Bryan has put on 12 kilograms in the last 12 months to ensure AFL clubs notice him.
With his top-age NAB League campaign wiped out by a pre-season ACL injury, Bendigo Pioneers draft prospect Flynn Perez was forced to take a different perspective on football.
Harrison Jones didn’t expect to even be a 2019 NAB AFL Draft prospect earlier this year, but the Calder Cannons key forward knew everything had changed when he ran onto the MCG in June.
We spoke to a range of Victorian players selected in the recent NAB AFL Women’s Draft as well as several NAB League clubs to get their thoughts on the AFLW journey ahead.