1. Ollie Wines (MID) $517,000
In AFL Fantasy, players entering their third season tend to break out and improve their average dramatically. Wines was a year early on that schedule in 2014 (his second season), boosting his average from 74 to 91. This included a slow end to the year when he averaged just 67 in his last five games. Wines still has plenty of upside and should join the elite and average more than 100 this year.

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2. Chad Wingard (FWD) $439,000
Last year, Wingard’s average fell below 80, dropping nearly 10 points from his 2013 All Australian season. Despite an interrupted pre-season, back Chad in to be one of the stronger forward scorers this year.

3. Robbie Gray (FWD/MID) $546,000
Gray was one of the picks in 2014 as he improved his  average by 24 points to 96. He finished the season strongly, averaging 117 in his last four games, to win the AFL Coaches Association award as the League's best.

4. Brad Ebert (MID) $560,000
Since joining Port Adelaide three years ago, Ebert has not missed a game and has averaged 99 in every season. Surely this is the year he can join the 100 club.

5. Kane Cornes (MID) $547,000
Cornes, 32, yet again demolished his teammates in pre-season time trials proving he is not done with just yet. He averaged 112 in his first six games last year, finishing with an average of 97. Back the veteran in one more time.