Really like this kid.Article about Jackson Callow in Today's Age. Keen on karting when younger but footy now suits his body size. Played in the Tas state league this year.
Of all 2020's AFL draft hopefuls, few could have as famous a mentor as that of Tasmanian tall forward Jackson Callow.www.theage.com.au
Decent size to him. Man-child. How will he translate that to AFL?
I wonder how his results compare with Riewoldt.Does read a bit like a Man-child which always worries me, it says he is not the most athletic player going around and not sure how many genuine one-on-ones you get in AFL these days so I would prefer someone more mobile.
Set shot goalkicking
HIGHLIGHTED TESTING RESULTS:
2020 Preseason Testing:
Standing Vertical Jump – 61cm
Running Vertical Jump (R/L) – 63cm/64cm
Speed (20m) – 3.08 seconds
Agility – 9.00 seconds
As a final pick i would ve keen on Nick Martin.
Lets collect the set!
Nick Martin | Subiaco
3/04/2001 | 188cm | 81kg
A tall forward with good marking ability, Martin came on strongly as a 19-year-old prospect in 2020. He lead Subiaco’s goalkicking charts with a total of 13 and a full year of senior WAFL football has seen him stay in the draft conversation.
Couldn’t find any combine results either but did stumble across some quotes from a North Melbourne recruiter about Jack that have aged liked milk.Searched for JR8 results but couldn't find them but what I did find was a phantom draft having Collingwood taking Jack @ pick #8 and Richmond taking Ben Reid @ pick #13, (a shame with the site experiencing some issues I am unable to attach an emoji to fit the purpose)