Which club offers on Jamarra Ugle-Hagan?

Which club offers on Jamarra Ugle-Hagan?
Which club offers on Jamarra Ugle-Hagan?
AFL Media Reporter Callum Twomey has predicted that a club could bid on award-winning conscript Jamarra Ugle-Hagan by the fourth election.

Widely classified as a tipster in the upcoming National Draft, Ugle-Hagan is tied to Western Bulldogs as part of his Next Generation Academy.

But instead of Adelaide bidding on amazing talent on pick one, Twomey believes the bid on pick four could come from Hawthorn.

“The Western Bulldogs made calls (from opposition clubs) for election 14,” he said AFL Trade Radio exchange.

“The interesting thing is when the bid for Jamarra Ugle-Hagan comes when I’ve just bet and I don’t want anyone to hold onto it, but I think the most likely bid is for Ugle-Hagan with option four.

“I’m just thinking at this point in the design and how the design has evolved this year, with these valuable tips and the fact that North Melbourne and Adelaide haven’t had any tips for so long – they can fully take their children in I think , they may be better than JUH because they played this year.

“It’s an easy sale, that was my gut feeling with those early picks. I think the most likely scenario is (the bid comes on option four).

“Is it a free kick (for other clubs) or a hug from the player you pick up at the end of the day?”

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