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Player is senior listed and eligible to play immediately in the 2009 premiership season. I am mindful of the fact that AFL squads are fairly sizable however I'd suggest all senior listed players are of equal notability. Surely players such as Nicholas Naitanui, taken in the same draft as McCulloch are of substantial notability. AFL recruitment is a highly publicised activity and Naitanui had long been identified as an early draft pick, several years in advance. Regardless of this, once players are drafted they are relatively equal... i.e they are now senior listed AFL players eligible to play senior football immediately. Where does one draw the line? I'd suggest all senior listed players are of substantial notability. Rookie listed players however should perhaps be considered lazcking in notability until they are elevated to a senior list. — Preceding unsigned comment added by TheBrownDog (talk • contribs) 03:59, 11 January 2009