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Japan Cup 2016 will be the most stacked Street Fighter V tournament since the Evolution Fighting Game Championships (Evo) back in June. Because of the depth of competition, the winner of this tournament will automatically be in the discussion for the best in the world. There will be 32 pools of eight players each to determine the top 64 of this daunting tournament, and each pool will have either one or even three stellar players.That said, Hajime Tokido Taniguchi, Keita Fuudo Ai, Yusuke Momochi Momochi, and Lee Infiltration Seon-woo are absent from the brackets. While a large chunk of star power was removed without those marquee names, this will still be one of the most difficult tournaments to win.The known commodities: There will be monster players from around the world gathered at the tournament, but some will be favored more than others.From Japan, the top contenders include:Daigo The Beast UmeharaKenryo Mago HayashiTatsuya Haitani HaitaniGoichi Go1 KishidaFujimura Yukadon AtsushiHiroyuki Eita NagataRyota Kazunoko InoueJoe MOV EgamiOf those names, three were top eight finishers at Evo, six were in the top-20 of the Capcom Pro Tour world standings, and all are legends within the Japanese fighting game community in their own respective ways.In addition to Japan, the western hemisphere will send along some of its players to the field as well.Justin WongRicki OrtizKenneth BradleyPeter Flash SusiniAntwan Alucard OrtizChris TatarianJulio FuentesThese fighters represent some of the best the United States can offer. While the western players will be regarded as underdogs in an largely Asian field, there may be plenty of surprises and potential upsets among this group. And last, but not least, one of the favorites to take down the entire tournament should be Kun Xian Ho from Singapore. His F.A.N.G work is the best in the world and hes arguably in the discussion for the best five Street Fighter players in competition.The wildcards: With the tournament in Japan, there will be plenty of names that could make some noise. Some of these names were late to the Capcom Pro Tour in attendance and traveling or were in an extended slump, but they cannot be discounted. These wildcards may be considered long shots, but many possess the necessary pedigree and experience to come out of a huge tournament in victory. The best of the rest in Japan include: Takeuchi John Takeuchi Ryota, Masato Bonchan Takahashi, Naoki Nemo Nemoto, Naoto Sako Sako, and Hiromuki Itabashi Zangief Kumada.There will also be names that were strong in Street Fighter IV, like Kanamori Gachikun Tsunehori or Hiroshi Nishikin Nishikido (a previous Capcom Cup finalist) that could surprise the audience. Among the Japanese names, John Takeuchi could very well be the dark horse to win another large tournament with his surprisingly skilled Rashid play.It will be a feat to even make it through the pools. The favorites to take down the tournament may all be from Asia, but some of the wests finest could change that tone. Black Air Max Australia . "Theyve both been real good," said Babcock. "Havent changed our minds." A decision has seemingly been made - Sundays Group B-deciding tilt against Finland ahead - but it could not have been an easy one. 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The Masters champion and winner of last weeks Australian PGA has a three-round total of 14-under 199 at Royal Melbourne. "Im in a really good position for tomorrow," Scott said. Each week, AFL draft expert Christopher Doerre - aka Knightmare - casts his eye over the countrys 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.Aside from the weekly wrap, Doerre will also unveil his power rankings at the end of each month.And as we get closer to Novembers national draft, Doerre will also predict who goes where with his annual phantom draft.Player focusMoving up draft boards is Sandringham Dragons midfielder Tim Taranto who was named best on ground in his sides convincing win. Taranto finished with 28 disposals, 10 contested possessions, seven marks, eight tackles, four clearances, four inside 50s, one goal and a score assist.Taranto has built a reputation for being one of the most offensively damaging players in this draft with his major weapon being his aerial marking in the forward 50m. Taranto can also rack up the ball -- as he showed at the weekend.With ball in hand, Taranto did not disappoint. He hit meaningful targets by foot, drew opposition players before handballing to a supporting runner, and spun through traffic before finishing with a snapped goal. He is a player that has all of the tricks.What caught the attention of recruiters in this game was the desperate nature he played with when Dandenong were in possession. He smothered at least two balls in congestion and laid the eight strong tackles in what was a complete game. No doubt recruiters will give him a big tick for the game.AnalysisOff the back of his quality performances this season, Taranto is expected to feature somewhere inside the first round of this years AFL draft. So damaging has his recent form been, that theres talk he could crack the top 10.The areas Taranto will want to work on will be his two way running and work rate, which will come under pressure at AFL level.Taranto otherwise plays with the class and impact that makes him feel like an AFL footballer already. He likely will start his career as a forward and over time push up through the midfield.Victorian prospect watchTAC CupSetting the tone from the start for Sandringham in their convincing win against Dandenong was Will Setterfield who opened the game with a smother that prevented a centre clearance. Setterfield spent time on the ball, forward and on the wing and impressed with his tackling, contested ball winning ability, movement through traffic and kicking and marking forward of centre. Setterfield had 22 disposals, 10 contested possessions, seven marks (three contested), nine tackles, four clearances, six inside 50s, one goal and two score assists.The younger brother of Adelaides Jarryd, Corey Lyons impressed with 18 disposals, seven contested possessions, six marks (one contested), six inside 50s, two goals and one score assist. Those sitting near the Sandringham interchange bench will have noted Lyons prominent voice, particularly early in the game when he was loudly encouraging teammates and instructing from the bench which was terrific to hear.While less impactful than usual, Andrew McGrath was still highly productive for Sandringham with 27 disposals, 10 contested possessions, five marks, three tackles and six clearances. He provided some occasional explosive bursts of speed and good overlap run at times, but seemed to be lacking his usual high energy level.Showing encouraging signs in defence was Jack Scrimshaw who had 25 disposals and six marks (one contested). He was more efficient by foot than he has been in recent weeks with 13 of his 14 kicks effective. Scrimshaws kicking has proven inconsistent from game to game, but what is impressive with Scrimshaw is his ability to launch kicks off one or two steps over distance to targets in general play or immediately after taking a mark.Kicking off a short run-up has been a major weapon which Hawthorn has developed into several of their players. The benefit of being able to kick off one or two steps is that the ball moves at a pace that cannot be easily defended. No doubt this skill will be something working in Scrimshaws favour at the draft, as will his intercept marking which was exciting. Scrimshaw reads the flight early and shows strong hands overhead.Bottom age prospect, Hunter Clark was named Dandenongs best. His run, work rate, cleanness at ground level and smarts were evident and are key features of his game. In the game with and without the ball he always seemed in motion and after disposing of the ball he frequently ran in support of teammates. He finished with the 13 disposals, four contested possessions and three marks. Clark will be a player to watch in 2017.With a team best 32 disposals, 13 contested possessions, three marks, seven tackles, three clearances, seven inside 50s, five rebound 50s and one score assist, Campbell Lane was instrumental through the midfield. The 183cm top age midfielder was involved in everything early and worked hard throughout the game.Ed Phillips was another to impress for Oakleigh both in the midfield and forward. He had 24 disposals, nine contested possessions, five marks (two contested), seven tackles, four clearances, five inside 50s and two goals.Bottom ager, Toby Wooller showed significant signs up forward with 21 disposals, 11 marks (two contested), four tackles, five inside 50s and three score assists. However, several of his kicks were forgettable -- including a kick into the man on the mark on one occasion. What was promising from Wooller, though, was all of the marks he took in the front half and the way he presented up to the ball.Callan Wellings was named the best for North Ballarat with 30 disposals, 10 contested possessions, six marks, six clearances, seven inside 50s and one score assist. Wellings played an exciting game through the midfield. He regularly won first possession at stoppages, demonstrating an explosive burst of pace. Wellings is a 180cm midfielder who has received a state screening invite and has finished off the season strongly.While his numbers were not as high as they often are, Willem Drew played with the desperation you would expect in a final. Several times Drew dived recklessly for smothers, tackled hard and provided multiple chasing and tackling efforts. For the game he had 18 disposals, nine contested possessions, two marks (one contested), nine tackles, five clearances, one goal and one score assist. Everything Drew has demonstrated this year suggests that he is someone you want on your team and someone you can rely on to give 100 percent.While Hugh McCluggage at times provided some run and carry, his disposal felt rushed in a rare game where his influence was contained. This was also the first TAC Cup match that McCluggage failed to register a positive kicking efficiency in. McCluggage still managed a respectable 25 disposals, 11 contested possessions, five marks (one contested), six tackles, five clearances and six inside 50s. However, it seemed as though McCluggage found much less of the ball than the numbers suggest. This season he has been named in North Ballarats three top players for each of his 12 TAC Cup games.?South Australian prospect watchSANFLReservesBottom ager Stephen Giro who has played seven games this season in the reserves proved influential. His work at stoppages was outstanding annd finished the day with 24 disposals, 10 contested possessions, six marks and 11 clearances.dddddddddddd. Giro has featured among the bests in the reserves in each of his last four games.Jake Pitman was named as one of Norwoods best players with 22 disposals, 16 contested possessions, nine tackles, eight clearances and four inside 50s for the game.Again showing promise up forward, Mitch Carter was influential with 15 disposals, seven marks (two contested) and four goals.One of South Australias top rated prospects, Alex Villis was efficient in an outside role. He finished with 12 disposals, three contested possessions, eight marks and two goals.Forward Tyson Stengle contributed well with 19 disposals, six contested possessions, four marks, four tackles, three goals and two score assists.Jonty Scharenberg had one of his most productive games for the season with 27 disposals, seven contested possessions, seven marks, three tackles, five clearances, four inside 50s and one score assist in Glenelgs loss.Playing with great energy, Brandon Parfitt contributed well with 17 disposals, 11 contested possessions, six tackles, eight inside 50s, one goal and one score assist.Under-18sWilliam Hayward, a 186cm leading forward who received a national combine invite, made the most of North Adelaides midfield dominance. His marking on the lead and in one-on-one contests caught the eye. He had 22 disposals, 10 marks (four contested), five tackles, nine goals and one score assist in a game that may see him rise up club draft boards. In his eight SANFL Under-18 games, Hayward has kicked an impressive 29 goals and will be in the mix towards the back end of the national draft.Jordan Sweet played a pivotal role in North Adelaides win. He proved too strong through the ruck, keeping all opposition ruckmen to five or less hitouts for the game. Sweet was also able to overpower opposing ruckmen at boundary throw-ins, and proved too strong at centre bounces. His tap work was also impressive and on several occasions tapped the ball to the clear advantage of his midfielders.Also impressive was Sweets one-on-one marking where he used his strength to out-body opponents in the contest. He then worked for front position, got opponents off balance, and took his marks cleanly. For the game Sweet had 12 disposals, 11 contested possessions, two marks (both contested), three tackles and 30 hitouts.Exciting with his explosive acceleration from stoppages, Lee Minervini played a major part in North Adelaides midfield dominance with 28 disposals, 11 contested possessions, five marks, 10 tackles, eight clearances, four inside 50s, one goal and one score assist.Thomas Matsouliadis was the leading ball winner for the game through the midfield for North Adelaide with 41 disposals, 26 contested possessions, four marks, six tackles, 10 clearances, five inside 50s and one score assist.Ben Jarman showed class and used the ball well going into the forward 50m. For the game he had 28 disposals, eight contested possessions, four marks, three tackles, three clearances, six inside 50s and three score assists.While Kym LeBois had just 10 disposals, seven contested possessions, five tackles and one score assist, he showed freakish ability on several occasions. His cleanness at ground level, acceleration, change of direction at speed and zig-zagging run with ball in hand were all highlights and glimpses into why he received a national combine invite.Western Australian prospect watchWAFLLeagueLiam Ryan continued to excite up forward with 10 disposals, seven marks and four goals -- the most goals of any player on the ground. This is the third consecutive game Ryan has finished with a four goal haul which makes him one of the WAFLs most likely draft prospects.ReservesTop ruck prospect, Tim English was effective through the ruck with 20 disposals and 18 hitouts. His play in the reserves over recent weeks has been consistent with his ability to find the ball around the ground, endurance, skill level and cleanness at ground level all highlights.ColtsNamed South Fremantles best, Shai Bolton, was again damaging forward of centre with 19 disposals, three tackles, seven inside 50s and four goals.Bottom ager, Matthew Young a 185cm, 75kg midfielder and forward impressed with 24 disposals, four marks, six tackles, nine inside 50s and two goals in East Perths win over South Fremantle.Sam Powell-Pepper also contributed well with 17 disposals, six tackles and two goals.Matt Guelfi was at his productive best with 33 disposals, six marks, four tackles, four inside 50s and one goal through the midfield.Likely top ten selection, Sam Petrevski-Seton was effective through the midfield with 25 disposals, four marks and four tackles.Bailey Banfield was also highly productive with 31 disposals, three marks, seven inside 50s and one goal.Up forward, West Coast father son hopeful Jake Waterman proved effective with 18 disposals, 10 marks and four goals, to only improve his draft chances.West Australias other ruck prospect, Jeremy Goddard continued his dominance at the ruck contests with nine disposals and 36 hitouts. While he found very little of the ball himself, Goddard kept the opposing ruckman to just two disposals and nine hitouts to clearly win the battle on the day.Division two states (Tasmania, Northern Territory, NSW/ACT, Queensland and Northern Academy) prospects watchNEAFL:GWS academySam Fisher, a 180cm utility, showed some promising glimpses throughout the game. One of his marks coming in from the side was particularly courageous, in a marking contest he could very easily have received a heavy knock in. He also showed some composure in traffic at times. At one stage wheeling around to avoid a tackle then kicking the ball long inside the forward 50m. What let him down on a few occasions was imprecise kicking. Fisher, who recently received a national combine invite, had 11 disposals and five marks for the match.Key defence prospect Harrison Macreadie, as he has done for most of the year, contributed without being exceptional, finishing with eight disposals and five marks. His ball use was clean and he competed well in one-on-one contests. He will be disappointed to have dropped an easy mark from a short kick, but otherwise played a serviceable role. Over the course of the year Macreadies draft stocks have plummeted after initially being slated as one of GWS most exciting draft prospects.Jack Powell, a 179cm bottom age midfielder, had only 10 disposals and five marks for the game, but felt more involved and was not overawed by the stage or standard of competition. The hardness with which he tackled at one stage caught all viewers by surprise.Sydney academyRyan Hebron, a backman who received a state combine invite, showed an impressive commitment to the contest. He put his body on the line on several occasions and competed well, holding his own in the one-on-one contests and also showing some smarts at times. Hebron had 15 disposals and five tackles for the game.Sydneys leading goalkicker in the NEAFL, Matt Wilson is a draft eligible Sydney academy prospect. He was kept goalless by GWS but still showed some signs with 10 disposals and four marks. He presented up well and was clean at ground level. Wilson, a small forward, has 29 goals from his 17 NEAFL games this season. Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jersyes Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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