Jock Reynolds 2019 Rookie Projections Spreadsheet

Filed in Supercoach by on 14/03/2019 • views: 8536

Hello Community, we bring good news today, the 2019 Jock Reynolds Rookie Projection spreadsheet is now here! Inside you can find the stats for all rookies (that is players who are $250,000 or cheaper) from the JLT Series, as well as some in-season projections based on both potential Supercoach averages and price rises.

Check it out and let us know what you think of it!

You’ll need a copy of Microsoft Excel for this version

And if you don’t have Microsoft Excel, or are on a smartphone/tablet, there is also a slightly ugly duckling PDF version available

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  1. MattyB_76 says:

    Not bad, BvC.

    I saw the tab titled 'Legend' at the end and thought it might just be a big picture of you.

  2. Mosquito says:

    Thoughts on Sam Menegola? Not much mention of him throughout the podcasts

    • nankthetank says:

      Could be a nice POD if he continues to perform despite a stacked cats roster, which he managed to do last year but with the entry of Dahlhaus I view him as a better potential upgrade target so that we can wait and see how he plays in the first few weeks

    • TommyC99 says:

      Will be a top 6 fwd, but is probably overpriced at this stage. Will be able to get him cheaper. Also hard to squeeze into bye structure as most would have Danger and heeney

  3. gator59 says:

    Thanks for this Baron.. This is absolute GOLD… Cheers man

  4. Sana says:

    Awww Baker, Balta will you play?

  5. nankthetank says:

    Got a few more spots in a community league I made, code 416336

  6. Sharkmove_King says:

    Does anyone know Libbas average and ppm for JLT? This is great BVC, you're a good man!

    • Barron Von Crow says:

      Cheers, Sharkmove!

      He averaged 99 SCPoints over the two JLT games, scoring 111 in JLT 1 and 87 in JLT2, with 78% ToG (time on ground) in JLT1 and 71% in JLT2.

      So that works out very roughly to 1.19 PPM in JLT1 and 1.02 PPM in JLT2.

      And if we then boost his scores up to 80% ToG it'll put his potential scoring variance between 98 and 113 with an average of 105 for the year.

      If we put it at 75% ToG his scoring variance goes between 91 and 106 with a 99 average.

      Should note that he averaged 78% ToG in 2016 and 81% in 2017, so he could get into that higher 80% projection, but this is based off of two JLT games, so the sample size is really small.

  7. Lekdog says:

    My favourite tool every season

  8. Bells says:

    #unpopularopinion These tools end up with a huge number of teams looking the same – making for a boring SC season.

    Appreciate the effort though – and I'll certainly be using it to add weight to what I think is going to happen.

    • MattyB_76 says:

      You're probably right to an extent, Bells. But I reckon the article that comes out in the HS the week before the lockout which says, "Pick this guy, pick 2 of these 4 guys, Pick Dangerfield, etc." would be far more responsible for that.

  9. resphil says:

    Thanks guys
    Good Work!

  10. ChunguS says:

    773550 – code for any community members looking for a league. No homers (We already have one homer)

  11. Holty01 says:

    Awesome work Barron

  12. Maverick_ says:

    Love your work BVC this is interesting!
    Still doesn’t make knowing any of there JS any easier which oh I’m really struggling with right now.. can’t wait for lockout to come round