MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 07: Luke Davies-Uniacke of the Kangaroos kicks during the round three AFL match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 07, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Defenders 

Callum Mills
Price - $544,800
Ownership - 2.8%

Amazing to think Mills' ownership hasn't sky-rocketed off the back of his 154 points against the Lions in Round 1.

A move into the midfield looks to have done wonders for the 23-year-old, who was comfortable in the new role against one of the league's best midfield packs at 22 centre bounce attendances.

Should his dominance continue, his price is sure to soar and coaches will be keen to jump onboard early into the season to fill their premium defensive positions.

Hunter Clark
Price - $438,900
Ownership - 5.3%

Should you opt for a cheaper option in defence, Clark is placed as one of the mid-400k players that are ready to rise into premium pricing.

113 points against the Giants on Sunday has seen his ownership rise to over 8,000 sides in just a couple of days.

19 CBA's proves a steady role in the midfield and secure minutes will give Clark some great profit and scoring opportunities this year.

Jack Lukosius
Price - $430,800
Ownership - 2.4%

The silky suns defender was initially utilised to man high-flying Eagle Oscar Allen in the opening quarter before Stuart Dew threw those plans in the bin.

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Lukosius was promoted up onto the win and was given freedom off half-back to run and use his elite accuracy on the ball.

The 20-year-old ended his evening at Optus Oval with 102 points and plenty of promise as one of the cheaper options from the triple-figure scorers in Round 1.

Midfielders

Tom Mitchell
Price - $610,000
Ownership - 3.6%

'Titch' was back in a big way on Saturday night, boasting 26 touches in the second half to drag his side over the line and collect 135 points along the way.

The Hawks ball-magnet managed 12 tons last year - nine of which were 119 points or more - on his way to an average of 113.5.

Showing early signs of his 2018 best, Mitchell might just be a must have by the end of the season and the perfect option if you're looking to move on the suspended Patrick Dangerfield.

Andrew McGrath
Price - $510,000
Ownership - 1.6%

92 points at half-time would have owners of McGrath drooling at the mouth.

Should you be some of the unlucky few that will be needing to move on Matt Rowell, the Bombers onballer stands as a prime option should you have a spare $50k.

Just the 14 CBA's for McGrath (5th most for Essendon) shows there's a ceiling he is yet to surpass, and 2021 looks to be the year he takes that next step.

Tim Kelly
Price - $517,400
Ownership - 1.8%

A renowned difference maker in SuperCoach, the pacey Eagle kicked off his 2021 campaign in great fashion with a grand total of 114 against the Suns.

As the only West Coast midfielder to surpass the ton, Kelly is proving to be a strong option in the heart of the engine room while looking as comfortable as ever in an Eagles jumper.

Like McGrath, should you have the cash and require Matt Rowell's service to be placed on the trade table, Kelly firms as a reassuring selection and difference maker for your side.

Luke Davies-Uniacke
Price - $432,800
Ownership - 1.9%

Gee the kid looked good. There was plenty of praise for the contested bull in the pre-season and you can see why.

His 114 points was a product of just the 20 touches, five tackles and a damaging three free kicks against. There's room for more.

Should his season opener be a case of what's to come in 2021, LDU looks to be a great bolter in the midfield as a cheaper option should you be looking to move money elsewhere.

Ruck

Tim English
Price - $551,200
Ownership - 3.1%

The tall timber that is Tim English will receive great benefit from Stefan Martin's arrival, and it showed on Friday night.

With his partner-in-crime set to tire the opposition ruck, English will be able to thrive in covering all areas of the ground, while adding further points when resting forward.

Contested marking is a great asset for English's scoring. If you're considering aborting the "set and forget" model, he should be your No.1 pick.

Forward

Jaidyn Stephenson
Price - $354,100
Ownership - 6.0%

Not a proven scorer historically, Stephenson shocked many after posting 112 points against Port Adelaide on Sunday.

With minutes in the midfield coming his way and an enticing fee of a mid-pricer, Stephenson could look to have been an obvious option early come the halfway point of the season.

Zak Butters
Price - $471,400
Ownership - 8.9%

98 points to start the season is a promising sign for the Port Adelaide forward, booting two goals from 16 disposals, five marks and four tackles.

Three free kicks against hurt his chances of breaking triple-figures, but a matchup against the Bombers in Round 2 could drag his average over the lines.

Didn't have the midfield run many were hoping for, but should he get more opportunities through the middle his score should only get bigger. One to keep an eye out on.