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Richmond Tigers AFL 2024 Predictions, Projections and Player Movement

Last updated: 20 Feb 2024
Ryan Tucker 20 Feb 2024
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  • Richmond Tigers predicted to finish 14th in the AFL 2024 season
  • Weight of expectation is lifted off Richmond this season.
  • A lot of unknowns surrounding the club under new coach Adem Yze.
Adem Yze
Richmond coach Adem Yze. (Photo by Morgan Hancock/Getty Images)

Richmond Tigers AFL 2024 Predictions, Projections and Player Movement

Where they finish: 14th in the AFL in 2024 

  • AFL 2024 Team Previews, Predictions & Player Movement: Richmond Tigers
  • Where they finish: 14th in the AFL in 2024 
  • What’s to like
  • What’s NOT to like
  • Richmond Tigers Offseason Player Movement
  • Richmond Tigers Predicted Round 1 Squad

Richmond will be relying on the fitness of their veterans who are in different stages of the backends of their careers. Success under new coach Adem Yze will have to wait as the Tigers begin their rebuild and life after Damien Hardwick and Jack Riewoldt.

What’s to like

The weight of expectation is not on the backs of Richmond this season which will be a positive as they move on to a new phase in their development. 

Tom Lynch is back running and will return for the Tigers, who sorely missed the go-to target up front last season. Dustin Martin is off contract at the end of the season so we can expect a big year from the former Brownlow medalist. Tim Taranto won the Tiger Best and Fairest last season and is set for another good season in the middle.

What’s NOT to like

There are a lot of unknowns surrounding Richmond which has their fans uneasy heading into their first full season without three-time premiership winning coach Damien Hardwick and will be under the reigns of Adem Yze. Hardwick wasn’t the only veteran departure with Jack Riewoldt and Trent Cotchin retiring at the end of last season.

The concern for Richmond is going to be how the team adjust to the new coaching style and game plan under Yze, with rumour that the Tigers will put boot to ball and play to the wings instead of controlling the ball through the hands and playing more risky footy through the middle of the field.

Richmond Tigers Offseason Player Movement

Oliver Hayes-Brown (Category B rookie), Jacob Koschitzke (trade, Hawthorn), Liam Fawcett (No.43 draft pick), Mykelti Lefau (SSP, Richmond VFL), Kane McAuliffe (No.40 draft pick), Sam Naismith (delisted free agent)

Kaelan Bradtke (delisted), Jason Castagna (retired), Trent Cotchin (retired), Bigoa Nyuon (trade, North Melbourne), Jack Riewoldt (retired), Ivan Soldo (trade, Port Adelaide), Robbie Tarrant (retired)

Richmond Tigers Predicted Round 1 Squad

Full Back

Nick Vlastuin

Dylan Grimes

Nathan Broad

Half Back

Daniel Rioli

Tylar Young

Jayden Short


Thomson Dow

Tim Taranto

Jack Ross

Half Forward

Shai Bolton

Jacob Koschitzke

Liam Baker

Full Forward

Dustin Martin

Noah Balta

Maurice Rioli


Toby Nankervis

Dion Prestia

Jacob Hopper


Josh Gibcus

Kamdyn McIntosh

Jack Graham

Hugo Ralphsmith

Rhyan Mansell (sub)

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