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PETER Wright looks to be one of the most intriguing prospects as the NAB AFL Draft edges closer, with many predicting the tall talent could drift deeper into the first round.
Touted as a possible No.1 pick for much of the season, only weeks from the draft the 203cm forward/ruckman is considered a possibility to be still available at pick No.10 – and perhaps later.
With Christian Petracca, Paddy McCartin and Angus Brayshaw expected to fill the top three positions, Greater Western Sydney (who hold picks four, six and seven) is seen as the most likely home for Wright if he is drafted inside the first group of picks.
However, it is believed the Giants also have another handful of tall defenders in the mix for those selections, including Hugh Goddard, Caleb Marchbank and Jake Lever.
If they overlook Wright, some recruiters believe there could be another Brodie Grundy-type scenario, where Wright slips down the draft order as clubs have other options in mind.
In 2012 GWS had five of the first 14 picks, but chose not to pick Grundy, with the big man falling to Collingwood's pick No.18 despite being widely seen as a top-10 talent.

There are mixed views as to whether Wright is a ruckman who can play forward or the other way around. The 18-year-old sees himself predominantly as a leading and marking centre-half forward.
Recruiters are split on where he plays best because of his up-and-down season – Wright's best game of the under-18 championships came against South Australia as a ruckman when he kicked three goals from 16 disposals, took ten marks and had 29 hit-outs.

But over the past two seasons with the Calder Cannons, Wright's most consistent patches have come in attack, including a standout game late in the TAC Cup season when he had 29 disposals, took 14 marks and kicked four goals.
Geelong, at pick No.10, will consider Wright if he gets through to their selection.
The draft will be held at the Gold Coast Convention Centre on Thursday, November 27.

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