MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 27: Patrick Naish and Jack Higgins of the Tigers handballs during a Richmond Tigers AFL pre-season training session at Swinburne Oval on November 27, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

The 2017 draft class isn’t lacking quality SuperCoach scoring, with some high-profile draftees and some lesser known players notching up huge scores in 2017, according to Champion Data.

Richmond’s Jack Higgins is the clear standout, averaging a whopping 151 SC points for Vic Metro in the National Championships and 141 SC points for Oakleigh Chargers in the TAC Cup.

The top nine drafted players all illustrated their SC potential in their state competitions, with each player averaging over 100 points.

Oscar Allen and Lachlan Fogarty could be big scorers and cheaper options than the higher draftees, with both players averaging well over a ton in both the national championships and in their state competitions.

Charlie Spargo’s average of 158 SC points is astounding, as is the scoring of 67th pick Dylan Moore, who certainly knows how to find the footy.

2017 Draftees Supercoach Averages:

Draft Pick Name National Championships State Competition
1 Cameron Rayner 119 123
2 Andrew Brayshaw 107 131
3 Paddy Dow 98 119
4 Luke Davies-Uniacke 82 134
5 Adam Cerra 95 137
6 Jaidyn Stephenson 67 117
7 Hunter Clark 72 126
8 Nicholas Coffield 98 100
9 Aaron Naughton 92 117
10 Lochie O’Brien 64 99
11 Aiden Bonar   78
12 Darcy Fogarty 71 41
13 Jarrod Brander 78 56
14 Matthew Ling 61 81
15 Zac Bailey 77 127
16 Ed Richards   85
17 Jack Higgins 151 141
18 Brandan Starcevich 70 82
19 Will Powell   82
20 Callum Coleman-Jones 110 85
21 Oscar Allen 114 122
22 Lachlan Fogarty 115 144
23 Will Walker   95
24 Tim Kelly   118
25 Noah Balta 50 104
26 Liam Ryan   91
27 Brent Daniels 75 112
28 Sam Taylor 65 109
29 Charlie Spargo 92 158
30 Tom De Koning 58 82
32 Brayden Ainsworth 102 91
36 Charlie Constable 121 98
41 Toby Wooller 44 122
44 Hugh Dixon 100 101
45 James Worpel 102 104
46 Ben Paton 74 112
47 Sam Hayes 85 116
52 Brayden Crossley 115 92
57 Grian Myers 74 110
58 Jake Patmore 98 127
59 Mitchell Crowden 108 115
67 Dylan Moore 113 130