Wright has always threatened to become fantasy relevant, but has yet to able to translate his ball winning ability to consistent enough footy over the course of the season to be able to stay on the park for the Crows. However with a new lease on life at a rebuilding Carlton, he may just get the job security he needs to be able to flourish.
Wright was a shock delisting from the Crows, and Carlton have taken a chance on him as a delisted free agent. Both himself and Brendan Bolten would know that this is his last chance at senior AFL level – he won’t get another one. 2016 is make or break for Wright, and with so much on the line he may finally deliver on his potential, both for his own career and your fantasy team.
It’s for these reasons he’s becoming a trendy selection in salary cap formats, and in draft leagues he is certainly going to be drafted. Due to his relative job security and potential improvement I would suggest he’s worth a flyer late in your draft.