during a Western Bulldogs AFL pre-season training session at Whitten Oval on December 15, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.

Three rounds of footy have now passed and that means one thing for SuperCoach players…it’s price change time.

Western Bulldogs defender Marcus Adams has seen the biggest price rise of any player in the first three rounds, enjoying a rise of $108,700.

Sydney young gun Tom Papley is second with an $86,200 rise, while Carlton’s Sam Kerridge rounds out the top three with a rise of $78,100.

Meanwhile, on the other end of the spectrum, Collingwood’s Jack Crisp saw a drop of $49,900.

Adelaide ruckman Sam Jacobs’s price dropped by $48,600 and Collingwood’s Marley Williams has seen a price drop of $47,000.

Biggest price rises

  1. Marcus Adams (WB) +$108,700
  2. Tom Papley (Syd) +$86,200
  3. Sam Kerridge (Carl) +$78,100
  4. Daniel Wells (NM) +$73,800
  5. Jarrad Waite (NM) +$72,300
  6. Ben Kennedy (Melb) +$70,800
  7. Jacob Weitering (Carl) +$68,300
  8. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Ess) +$64,200
  9. Aaron Hall (GC) +$60,000
  10. Matt Dea (Ess) +$59,900

Biggest price drops

  1. Jack Crisp (Coll) -$49,900
  2. Sam Jacobs (Adel) -$48,600
  3. Marley Williams (Coll) -$47,000
  4. Ryan Schoenmakers (Haw) -$46,800
  5. Sean Dempster (StK) -$45,500
  6. Matthew Kreuzer (Carl) -$44,500
  7. Jack Redden (WC) -$41,600
  8. Dylan Roberton (StK) -$40,900
  9. Will Schofield (WC) -$39,100
  10. Anthony Miles (Rich) -$38,700