we don't have many accountable small defenders as it is. although i guess that's why we recruited morris. but if this kid turns out to be a replacement for our dud skipper, then all the betterCol.W.Kurtz said:Defensively he is not often a tight marker
It shouldn't worry you, the reality is that almost no one comes into the AFL with tight marking skills. If your good enough to make the AFL in u18 people mark you, not the other way round.Ian4 said:i don't jump on BF, so i have no idea if this quigley guy has any idea what he's talking about... but still, this concerns me
we don't have many accountable small defenders as it is. although i guess that's why we recruited morris. but if this kid turns out to be a replacement for our dud skipper, then all the better
Quigley's only claIm to fame is that he writes more words than anyone else on the draft . His analysis is not always right .GEDS1 said:Quigley doesn't rate him
No issue with his kicking - stats out of the Nationals show he was int he top couple of kicks in the country when playing against the best opposition.Tigerdog said:Interesting kicking style.
Positives. Can hoof it 60 metres. Can kick both feet.
Negatives. Awkward style. A lot of 'up and under' chip kicks. Short passes always seem ballooned.
Chimp, Judd and selwood were considered injury "risks"CptJonno2Madcow2005 said:Adams was probally the one we hoped would drop.Kavanagh was always going to be to risky with his injury history.Went for the next best option which does give us options in regard to Lids.Load up with quality kids in next years draft is probally the thinking at this stage.We can get away with it for another year.