With all the competition’s stars, what five players make the cut to fill the first five spots on your team?
Dal Santo released his list Wednesday morning on 1116 SEN Breakfast, as he named four midfielders and one forward.
The superstar-studded list included the likes of Richmond match-winner Dustin Martin, two-time Fremantle Brownlow medalist Nat Fyfe, premiership star and now Bulldogs captain Marcus Bontempelli and Carlton’s champion on-baller Patrick Cripps.
Giants Coleman Medalist Jeremy Cameron rounded out the list as the standalone key forward.
“In being true to my style, they’re all offensive midfield monsters. (Laying a tackle) is not our problem, we’re trying to win the game, not save it,” Dal Santo told SEN Breakfast.
“If I am starting a football club, they’re my five that I go out and say here’s the chequebook, you write how much you want to earn and for how long and we will tick it off.”
SEN Breakfast co-host Jack Heverin also gave his list to the listeners, it included: Tom Lynch, Brodie Grundy, Alex Rance, Marcus Bontempelli and Patrick Cripps.