Expanded AFL Phantom Draft: Risers, sliders and new names

Each week, ESPN.com.au AFL draft expert Chris Doerre casts his eye over the country's best junior footballers to give readers an early insight into the next generation of AFL stars.

As well as attending live games, Doerre pores through match vision, analyses the stats and talks to industry sources to ensure he can offer the most insightful draft analysis.

This is his second phantom draft of 2019, looking at the first two rounds, following the completion of the free agency and trade period.

As we get closer to the draft itself -- on November 20-21 -- Doerre will expand his predictions into the third round as well as a full phantom draft.

1. Gold Coast: Matthew Rowell (VIC)
Height, Weight: 178cm/74kg
Profile: A big-game player, Rowell is the first person to ever win two successive Grand Final best-on-ground medals in TAC Cup/NAB League history. He is this year's premier midfielder as a hardworking, ball-winning midfielder with explosive pace.

2. Gold Coast (priority pick): Noah Anderson (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: A match-winner who breaks games open in the matter of minutes whether he is winning his own ball or hitting the scoreboard. The most influential in the pool whether he's used as a midfielder or forward.

3. Melbourne: Hayden Young (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: One of this year's premier ball users from defence. A reliable stopper who has the capability to push through the midfield and win his own ball.

4. Greater Western Sydney (matching Adelaide's bid): Thomas Green (NSW/ACT - GWS Academy)
Height, Weight: 188cm/85kg
Profile: The most prolific stoppage player and contested ball-winner to come through the junior ranks in recent years. Able to rotate forward as required and provide a leadup target.

5. Adelaide: Sam Flanders (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Arguably this year's most damaging forward of centre and has become just as valuable as a midfielder. Flanders is ready to go, plays a high-impact-per-possession game and possesses explosive power.

6. Sydney: Caleb Serong (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Strong ball-winner and tackler through the midfield. Impressive athlete who is just as good up forward with his ground ball-winning and work aerially causing problems.

7. Fremantle: Lachlan Ash (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Line-breaking defender who breaks games open with his speed, agility and kicking. Does his best work generating drive from defence but has the versatility to push up through the midfield.

8. Fremantle (matching Melbourne's bid): Liam Henry (WA - Fremantle Academy)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Speedy forward who is dangerous at ground level and on the lead inside 50m. Henry is a composed ball user and applies heavy forward pressure.

9. Melbourne: Brodie Kemp (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Explosive ball-winning utility who impacts games through the midfield, up forward or in defence. Torn ACL likely keeps Kemp out until mid-2020.

10. Carlton: Luke Jackson (WA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: A raw, athletic, high leaping ruckman who made the decision to pursue football instead of basketball. Jackson is an aggressive tackler who follows up powerfully from ruck contests, often winning first possession.

11. Hawthorn: Dylan Stephens (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Consistent performer at SANFL League level, playing 13 games through Norwood's midfield. Stephens is a ready-to-go, hard running left-footer who can play outside or inside.

12. Port Adelaide: Fischer McAsey (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: This year's most promising key defender. A high-level intercept mark and stopper with athleticism.

13. Western Bulldogs: Cody Weightman (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Speedy small forward who makes something out of nothing. Weightman is dangerous at ground level, flies for marks, applies heavy forward pressure and hits the scoreboard.

14. Geelong: Deven Robertson (WA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: A worthy winner of the Larke Medal for the best performer during the Under-18 Championships. Robertson is one of this year's premier midfielders, winning the ball and moving it on aggressively.

15. Gold Coast: Will Gould (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Strong bodied defender with the performances on the board at SANFL League level including a premiership for Glenelg. Gould throws his weight around, plays an aggressive style of game and is a penetrating kick.

16. Brisbane: Trent Rivers (WA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Possesses the versatility to play either as a ball-winning midfielder or in defence. A strong contested ball-winner, Rivers combines this with class and composure.

17. Geelong: Josh Worrell (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Athletic utility with the scope to play key forward, key defence or on a wing. Worrell is an excellent reader of the ball in flight, displays a high work rate and was Vic Metro's leading goalkicker during the Under-18 Championships.

18. Port Adelaide: Jeremy Sharp (WA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Speedy line-breaker who is also damaging by foot. Has performed strongly at WAFL League level.

19. Hawthorn (matching Richmond's bid): Finn Maginness (VIC - Hawthorn Father-Son)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Ball-winner midfielder who is a hard to stop mark one-on-one inside 50m. Finn is the son of Hawthorn defender Scott Maginness.

20. Richmond: Cooper Stephens (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Strong ball-winning midfielder who distributes effectively by hand and bursts out of stoppages at speed. Has not played since round three due to a fractured fibula.

21. Port Adelaide (matching Brisbane's bid): Jackson Mead (SA - Port Adelaide Father-Son)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Ball-winning midfielder with class and reliable skills. Jackson is the son of former Power defender Darren.

22. Brisbane: Miles Bergman (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: High leaping, strong marking medium forward. Arguably possesses the most penetrating kick in the draft pool.

23. Gold Coast: Elijah Taylor (WA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Instinctive forward with speed and tricks around goal. Possesses good skills and is composed, evasive and dangerous aerially.

24. Fremantle: Will Day (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Lightly built outside midfielder with good skills and speed. Viewed by recruiters as one of the prospects with the greatest upside in this draft.

25. Adelaide: Mitch O'Neill (TAS)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Touted as a potential first round selection at the beginning of the season, O'Neill has struggled with injury for much of the year. O'Neill is an outside midfielder who is a polished ball user and moves well.

26. Geelong: Dylan Williams (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Talented forward and midfielder who hurts opponents aerially and at ground level. Projecting as a top-five selection this time last year, Williams has battled injury and form in 2019 which has limited his output.

27. Sydney: Harry Schoenberg (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Won South Australia's MVP award during the Under-18 Championships. Schoenberg is a prolific ball-winning midfielder with a high work rate.

28. North Melbourne: Trent Bianco (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Precise and consistent ball user who has the versatility to play on a wing or in defence. Captained the talented Oakleigh Chargers to this year's NAB League premiership.

29. North Melbourne: Harrison Jones (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Lightly built key forward who is at his best taking marks at full stretch. Jones is athletic, capable at ground level, hits the scoreboard heavily and possesses a high ceiling.

30. Adelaide: Sam De Koning (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Athletic, versatile but raw key position player. Sam is the younger brother of Carlton's Tom.

31. Essendon: Jay Rantall (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Endurance running machine who set a new draft combine record in the 2km time trial. Rantall is a basketball convert who is excellent at stoppages as a ball-winner and distributor.

32. Sydney: Jack Mahony (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Crumbing forward who can push up through the midfield. Polished ball user who applies forward pressure.

33. Essendon: Callum Jamieson
(WA) Height, Weight:
Profile: Mobile ruckman who finds plenty of the ball around the ground. A project ruckman who will take time to develop physically.

34. Brisbane: Thomson Dow (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Dow is a speedy midfielder with growing ball-winning capabilities. Thomson is the younger brother of Carlton's Paddy.

35. Collingwood: Jake Riccardi (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Turning 20 in November, Riccardi showed positive signs in the TAC Cup last year as an overager and has made meaningful progress this year in the VFL. Riccardi is a strong marking, athletic key forward and won the Fothergill-Round-Mitchell Medal as the VFL's Rising Star.

36. Geelong: Joshua Shute (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: A smooth moving, classy ball user with evasion. Shute showed strong improvement throughout the year as a midfielder placing in Sturt's SANFL Reserves bests in four of his last five matches.

37. Adelaide: Cameron Taheny (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: A strong marking forward who does his best work close to goal. Taheny doesn't need much of the ball to hit the scoreboard heavily.

38. Richmond: Ryan Byrnes (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Consistent ball-winner through the midfield. Wins the contested ball, combined with pace and damaging ball use.

39. Richmond: Darcy Cassar (VIC)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Midfielder with the versatility to play forward or back. Cassar does his best work on the outside and possesses good skills.

40. Greater Western Sydney: Kysaiah Pickett (SA)
Height, Weight:
Profile: Lively forward with speed who applies forward pressure as well as any in the pool. Kysaiah is the nephew of dual premie