My team is set up to hurl it any way you want
O’Keefe is a solid modern keeper, far better than any of the fours mentioned and as good as those in the 8 band.
Mick Kavanagh is in there to tidy around the D and clean things up and will take the smaller/more technical corner forward while Frank was a great man to cover in behind his full back and get last ditch blocks and hooks, he will take whoever the pacier or physically stronger corner forward. these two covering will allow Liam Ryan to go about and do what he does best, attack the ball bald headed and put himself about physically.
As Fagan already said, Seanie was exceptional at centre back in 11 seasons there he was never bested, the odd few broke even but he is something else and will dominate the middle and point the long range frees. Maher and Byrnes add aerial ability and a directness to hit my two full forward line early and often. Maher might lack pace on the turn and Byrnes can be a bit gung ho on the ball but I think that half backline can hold and will dominate against most half forward lines.
Galvin will sit and tidy up and breaking ball and will link with the wing backs if we want to play through the lines while Lyng brings a great cut a thrust in midfield, strong runner who was well able for the dirty work needed in there as well. Would be able to spoil any of the big names which come his way and also run at the half backline.
Power is at wing forward but can easily go to centre, full or corner forward depending on how the game is going. Rushe is there for aerial ability and the ability to horse lads out of it on the ground and burst through tackles. He will switch in to full forward occasionally as well.
DJ is DJ, pace, menace and a buzz in the air when he gets the ball. Prendergast is in there to just put himself about and break a few balls for the other forwards and take the odd score. Will switch out occasionally with Power and Rushe switching inside
Kerins and Griffin were both hard working players who were consistent performers. Kerins will help Lyng and Galvin by moving outthe field and opening space in front of DJ. While Griffin can and did play anywhere, started as a hard working half forward before becoming a very direct inside forward - gave some huge displays for in average enough forward lines - 6 points from centre forward on his debut v Tipp in 2002, followed it up with another 6 the following match against Dublin, 4-1 against Laois in the park, 1-3 against Waterford in 2005, 3 points against Cork in 2005, two excellent performances against Wexford in Croke Park in 2005 and 2006, 1-5 against Limerick in 2006, 4 points when he ran Noel Hickey ragged in 2006 as well. Was never the same after the cycle but him and Kerins can be relied upon to perform every game and come up with scores if DJ or Richie have an off day. Three all stars between them too.