NAB League Top 50: Rankings and SuperCoach points from Round 4

Some of the top prospects for this year’s AFL Draft are posting incredible numbers in the NAB League. See where the top-50 sits after four rounds.

A top AFL Draft prospect who looks up to Greater Western Sydney star Toby Greene has produced a monster NAB League game that is unrivalled so far this season.

Sandringham Dragons forward Harry Sheezel led his side to a thumping 72-point victory over Tasmania Devils on Saturday and collected a whopping 237 KFC SuperCoach ranking points in the process.

From Sheezel’s 28 disposals he kicked 6.2, had six score assists and logged 17 score involvements.

That was in addition to five marks, six forward-50 ground ball gets and five tackles.

A member of the NAB AFL Academy this year, Sheezel spent most of his junior football at AJAX playing as an inside midfielder but impressed as a forward during an under-15s interleague game and stayed there.

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The Hawthorn supporter now looks up to Greene, as well as first-year Adelaide sensation Josh Rachele.

“I think it (forward) is my best position, but I’ll look this year to play a bit more midfield just to show that I can play multiple positions and maybe pinch-hit in centre bounces and then roll forward,” Sheezel told News Corp recently.

“I think I’m pretty crafty. I think my execution and my decision making are my best traits. And my natural goal sense and diversity. I can mark in the air and also win it at ground level as well.”

Sheezel is slightly taller than Greene at 184cm, has good agility and strong endurance.

Along with his Dragons commitments, he is playing school football for Mount Scopus Memorial College this year.

Sheezel’s teammate, Charlie Clarke, also had a day out for the Dragons on Saturday as he booted seven goals to collect 178 SuperCoach ranking points.

A potential mid-season draft prospect, 202cm Dragons ruckman Max Ramsden also impressed with 23 disposals, four marks, three clearances and 25 hit-outs (eight to advantage) for 142 ranking points.

Toby Murray impressed for the Murray Bushrangers on the weekend. Picture: Getty Images
Toby Murray impressed for the Murray Bushrangers on the weekend. Picture: Getty Images

One familiar name to shine over the weekend was Murray Bushrangers forward Toby Murray, who is the brother of former Collingwood player Sam Murray and current Adelaide rookie Nick Murray.

A 198cm key forward who can also go into the ruck, Murray recorded 21 disposals, five marks, 16 hit-outs, five tackles and kicked two goals for a total of 165 ranking points in his side’s win over the Northern Knights last Friday.

MURRAY BUSHRANGERS 12.8 (80) DEF. NORTHERN KNIGHTS 2.10 (22)

165 points – Toby Murray (Murray Bushrangers)

137 points – Tyler Norton (Murray Bushrangers)

134 points – Noah Bradshaw (Murray Bushrangers)

133 points – Oliver Hollands (Murray Bushrangers)

107 points – Jedd Longmire (Murray Bushrangers)

SANDRINGHAM DRAGONS 21.14 (140) DEF. TASMANIA DEVILS 10.8 (68)

237 points – Harry Sheezel (Sandringham Dragons)

178 points – Charlie Clarke (Sandringham Dragons)

142 points – Max Ramsden (Sandringham Dragons)

140 points – Will Ashcroft (Sandringham Dragons)

117 points – Cam Mackenzie (Sandringham Dragons)

GIPPSLAND POWER 15.16 (106) DEF. DANDENONG STINGRAYS 9.6 (60)

145 points – Max Walton (Gippsland Power)

138 points – Mitchell Moscheti (Gippsland Power)

123 points – Bailey Humphrey (Gippsland Power)

113 points – Harvey Howe (Gippsland Power)

111 points – Coby Burgiel (Gippsland Power)

CALDER CANNONS 8.8 (56) DEF. BY OAKLEIGH CHARGERS 15.19 (109)

131 points – Matthew Jefferson (Oakleigh Chargers)

126 points – Elijah Tsatas (Oakleigh Chargers)

120 points – George Wardlaw (Oakleigh Chargers)

108 points – Paul Pascu (Calder Cannons)

104 points – Jack Newitt (Calder Cannons)

NT THUNDER 8.10 (58) DEF. BY GEELONG FALCONS 13.11 (89)

139 points – Oliver Northam (Geelong Falcons)

139 points – Thomas Burke (Geelong Falcons)

132 points – Tobyn Murray (Geelong Falcons)

126 points – Lloyd Johnston (NT Thunder)

115 points – Patrick Hughes (Geelong Falcons)

Nick Madden has impressed recruiters with his start to the year in the GWS Academy side. Picture: Getty Images
Nick Madden has impressed recruiters with his start to the year in the GWS Academy side. Picture: Getty Images

BENDIGO PIONEERS 13.11 (89) DEF. BY GWS ACADEMY 14.7 (91)

170 points – Harry Rowston (GWS Academy)

145 points – Nick Madden (GWS Academy)

137 points – Jason Gillbee (Bendigo Pioneers)

125 points – Luke Fellows (GWS Academy)

123 points – Solly McKay (Bendigo Pioneers)

BRISBANE ACADEMY 9.10 (64) DEF. EASTERN RANGES 9.9 (63)

140 points – Callum Verrell (Eastern Ranges)

133 points – Bailey Tome (Brisbane Academy)

120 points – Josh Bennetts (Eastern Ranges)

113 points – Jaspa Fletcher (Brisbane Academy)

112 points – Hayden Smith (Eastern Ranges)

GWV REBELS 13.9 (87) DEF. SYDNEY ACADEMY 7.14 (56)

136 points – Angus Anderson (Sydney Academy)

130 points – Aaron Cadman (GWV Rebels)

121 points – Jordan Endemann (Sydney Academy)

118 points – Charlie Molan (GWV Rebels)

115 points – William White (GWV Rebels)

GOLD COAST SUNS 10.9 (69) DEF. WESTERN JETS 8.13 (61)

152 points – Massimo D’Ambrossio (Western Jets)

137 points – Marlin Corbett (Gold Coast Suns)

134 points – Jye Lockett (Gold Coast Suns)

134 points – Jake Rogers (Gold Coast Suns)

114 points – Brinn Little (Gold Coast Suns)

Jamieson Ballantyne keeps finding the footy for the GWV Rebels. Picture: Getty Images
Jamieson Ballantyne keeps finding the footy for the GWV Rebels. Picture: Getty Images

NAB LEAGUE TOP 50 RANKINGS AFTER ROUND 4

Ranking, Player, Club, Position, 2022 Games, 2022 Ave. KFC SuperCoach Points

1. Ted Clohesy (Geelong Falcons), MID, 2 games, 145 points

2. Will Ashcroft (Sandringham Dragons), MID, 4 games, 141 points

3. Thomas Burke (Geelong Falcons), FWD, 1 game, 139 points

4. Lachlan Cowan (Tasmania Devils), FWD, 3 games, 137 points

5. Elijah Tsatas (Oakleigh Chargers), MID, 4 games, 137 points

6. Jai Culley (Dandenong Stingrays), FWD, 2 games, 135 points

7. Max Walton (Gippsland Power), DEF, 2 games, 134 points

8. Massimo D’Ambrossio (Western Jets), DEF, 4 games, 134 points

9. Charlie Molan (GWV Rebels), DEF, 2 game, 131 points

10. Oliver Northam (Geelong Falcons), RUCK, 4 games, 131 points

11. Harry Sheezel (Sandringham Dragons), FWD, 4 games, 130 points

12. George Wardlaw (Oakleigh Chargers), MID, 3 games, 125 points

13. Bailey Humphrey (Gippsland Power), MID, 4 games, 125 points

14. Jamieson Ballantyne (GWV Rebels), MID, 3 games, 123 points

15. Patrick Dozzi (Northern Knights), MID, 4 games, 122 points

16. Taj Campbell-Farrell (Dandenong Stingrays), MID, 4 games, 122 points

17. Michael Ktona (Calder Cannons), FWD, 4 games, 120 points

18. Mitchell Moschetti (Gippsland Power), MID, 4 games, 119 points

19. Ethan Grace (GWS Academy), FWD, 4 games, 117 points

20. Hugh Bond (GWV Rebels), FWD, 3 games, 116 points

21. Euriah Hollard (Geelong Falcons), FWD, 4 games, 116 points

22. Mitch Szybkowski (Dandenong Stingrays), MID, 4 games, 115 points

23. Oskar Faulkhead (Bendigo Pioneers), MID, 4 games, 115 points

24. Harry Rowston (GWS Academy), FWD, 4 games, 114 points

25. Luke Giacometti (Sydney Academy), DEF, 4 games, 114 points

26. Jack Newitt (Calder Cannons), DEF, 4 games, 114 points

27. Aaron Cadman (GWV Rebels), FWD, 3 games, 114 points

28. Oliver Hollands (Murray Bushrangers), MID, 2 games, 112 points

29. Jed Foggo (Gold Coast Academy), MID, 3 games, 112 points

30. Tyreece Leiu (Eastern Ranges), FWD, 2 games, 112 points

31. Nick Madden (GWS Academy), RUCK, 4 games, 112 points

32. Lloyd Johnston (NT Thunder), DEF, 2 games, 112 points

33. Harley Reid (Bendigo Pioneers), FWD, 3 games, 111 points

34. Luke Fellows (GWS Academy), DEF, 4 games, 111 points

35. Angus Anderson (Sydney Academy), MID, 2 games, 110 points

36. Jaelen Pavlidis (Western Jets), FWD, 4 games, 110 points

37. Jaspa Fletcher (Brisbane Academy), MID, 3 games, 110 points

38. Callum Verrell (Eastern Ranges), DEF, 4 games, 110 points

39. Seth Campbell (Tasmania Devils), FWD, 3 games, 109 points

40. Max Ramsden (Sandringham Dragons), RUCK, 4 games, 109 points

41. Coby Burgiel (Gippsland Power), FWD, 4 games, 108 points

42. Jake Rogers (Gold Coast Academy), MID, 3 games, 107 points

43. Noah Bradshaw (Murray Bushrangers), MID, 4 games, 107 points

44. Jordan Endemann (Sydney Academy), MID, 4 games, 106 points

45. Charlie Clarke (Sandringham Dragons), FWD, 4 games, 106 points

46. Bailey Tome (Brisbane Academy), MID, 3 games, 105 points

47. Josh Bennetts (Eastern Ranges), MID, 4 games, 104 points

48. Mackinley Miller (GWS Academy), FWD, 3 games, 103 points

49. Jedd Longmire (Murray Bushrangers), MID, 3 games, 103 points

50. Henry Hustwaite (Dandenong Stingrays), DEF, 4 games, 103 points

Originally published as NAB League Top 50: Rankings and SuperCoach points from Round 4

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