FISCHER McAsey has developed into the leading tall in this year's NAB AFL Draft, but the question remains as to whether he's best suited to the backline or attack. 

The Sandringham Dragons prospect joins this week's episode of Road to the Draft and discusses his preferred spot.

The potential top-10 pick reflects on his under-18 championships for Vic Metro, when he was named his side's most valuable player, and discusses some of the strange questions he's received while being interviewed by clubs this season.

Fischer McAsey in action for the Sandi Dragons. Picture: AFL Photos

The son of former Saints player Chris also shares his father's footy story on the podcast, which is the milestone 150th episode of the show since it started in 2014.

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In this week's episode ...

The guys are joined by likely first-round selection Fischer McAsey who chats about his journey towards November's draft, they wrap up the latest key under-18 performers from last weekend's action, dig deeper into the injuries hitting top prospects, and answer all of your Twitter questions.

Episode guide

0:20 –  We celebrate our 150th episode of the Road to the Draft podcast by winding back to the first ever show.

4:30 – A look at how draft prospects fared around the country in last weekend's round of matches.

7:25 – Why are there so many injuries to leading players in this year's pool? An update on the latest fitness concerns to draftees.

11:05 – Vic Metro swingman Fischer McAsey joins the show to discuss his season.

23:50 – What should North Melbourne do with its first pick at the draft?

26:00 – Will Gold Coast get a priority pick? A look at the contenders if they are granted another top pick.

29:30 – The midfielder who should be on Essendon's draft radar.

35:10 – Why former basketballer Luke Jackson is storming up draft boards.