SUNS Media take a look at two of the best AFL Fantasy performers from Round 10 against Geelong at Metricon Stadium.

Brayden Fiorini (MID - $779,000)

Fiorini has continued his string of impressive Fantasy scores, scoring 122 against Geelong last weekend. It’s the second consecutive week Fiorini has scored 120+ after his 144 against Port Adelaide last week. Fiorini had 29 disposals (23 kicks, six handballs), seven marks and five tackles against the Cats, a well-rounded effort.

Fiorini is now averaging 114 for the season, placing him as the fifth-highest averaging midfielder in the competition. He’s only scored below 100 on two occasions this year (83 v Fremantle & 76 v West Coast) and has gone above 120 four times (126, 137, 144 & 122). For his output, Fiorini is one of the most under-selected players in Classic formats with just 1% ownership, but is starting to demand a spot in Fantasy teams with his impressive form. In Draft formats, he’s owned in just over 90% of leagues and is a reliable captaincy choice.

Jarrod Witts (RUC - $678,000)

Witts was amongst the SUNS’ best against the Cats and was rewarded with 111 Fantasy points on the night. He had 51 hitouts against Geelong and followed up with 15 disposals, three marks and a goal.

Witts has been the model of consistency amongst ruckmen this year, only dropping below 90 on one occasion in his 10 games (75 v Melbourne). Witts is owned by 7% of Classic coaches and is the clear-cut third-best ruck behind Brodie Grundy and Max Gawn. Should either of those two miss time with injury, Witts would be a reliable back-up.