GEELONG has almost been a complete NAB AFL Fantasy lineup in its own right for many years and that trend looks like continuing in 2015. 

Steve Johnson [MID, $613,000] and Joel Selwood [MID, $603,000] are two of the surest bets in the competition for weekly point production. The pair averaged 108 and 107 respectively last year. 

The Cats have shown they are happy to rest Johnson as required which has stung Fantasy coaches in the past, but the maverick's big games are the ones which will win plenty of one-one-one match-ups for those brave enough to pick him.

Click here for every Cat's starting Fantasy price and position

Veteran backmen Andrew Mackie [DEF, $475,000] and Corey Enright [DEF, $465,000] are approaching the final years of their careers but are still making a habit of getting plenty of kicks in defence. 

The continued development of the Cats' youngsters including Mitch Duncan [MID, $537,000], Steven Motlop [FWD/MID, $463,000], Cameron Guthrie [MID, $420,000] and Josh Caddy [MID, $392,000] will be critical if Geelong is to return to the top of the finals pile. 

This quartet will also look to push their way into your Fantasy squad, with more improvement expected this season.

The question is how much more Chris Scott can wring out of this ageing list and if last year's home and away season of over-achievement can be repeated as the champion team of the past decade seeks to turn its list over without sacrificing ladder position.

There was much reliance on Tom Hawkins last season, so the recruitment of Mitch Clark is a big fillip for the Cats. 

Mitch Clark [FWD, $156,000] has had an impressive pre-season and coach Chris Scott said he is well on his way to a round one berth against Hawthorn. If he stays fit, the big man showed during his time at the Lions (and very occasionally at Melbourne) that he could deliver the points.

By his own admission, Harry Taylor [DEF, $390,000] did not have a great 2014 campaign. However, the star defender has taken matters into his own hands and has lost more than five kilograms as he looks to improve his conditioning.

A defender of Taylor's calibre, under the 400k mark, always deserves consideration.

Josh Caddy [MID, $392,500] has been one of Geelong's best performers on the track this pre-season and looks ready to have a breakout year.

The Cats are sure to look at bringing in some young players early in the season, and Jarrad Jansen [MID, $123,000] is one guy who might get his chance.
Jansen is a hard-nosed midfielder who has shown a propensity to win the ball at a high frequency in the VFL.
Four knee reconstructions may have derailed his promising career. But they haven't wiped away Daniel Menzel's [FWD, $142,000] resolve.
Geelong is confident Menzel will be available for the NAB Challenge and it believes the precocious forward can make an impact in 2015. If Menzel remains healthy, he is a fantastic cheap option in Fantasy. 

Geelong has had its fair share of troubles with the health of its big men in recent years, but with a full complement to choose from in 2015, the club may try to mix and match its ruck/forward stocks.
Clark may spend time in the centre square, while Rhys Stanley [FWD, $384,000] and Mark Blicavs [MID/RUC, $356,000] are also versatile big men options.
However, you can scratch Hamish McIntosh [RUC, $451,000] off your Fantasy wish list. McIntosh has been nursed through this pre-season and his spot in Geelong's preferred side is still up in the air.
If you were to shell out $451,000 for the former North ruckman, you would still be paying distinctly over the odds, based on his 2014 performances.