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The_General

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The RFC says he's quick, has good endurance and worked on his decision making skills over the past 18 mths. Good rebounding defender.

I see a replacement for Batchelor coming perhaps....
 
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mrposhman

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The_General said:
The RFC says he's quick, has good endurance and worked on his decision making skills over the past 18 mths. Good rebounding defender.

I see a replacement for Batchelor coming perhaps....

Batchelor with a better kick and pace would be nice.
 

tigerlove

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mrposhman said:
Batchelor with a better kick and pace would be nice.

And a bit taller and can go forward and snag a few goals and maybe pinch hit in the ruck....hopefully
 

K3

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Nathan looks like having a lovely kick, even decent on his left.

Really like this pick and glad we made it instead of saving the space.
 

willo

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Swan Districts | 15/4/93 | Ht: 191 | Wt: 83
“Nathan is a real endurance athlete who our best 2km runner at the club but he also has high speed as well. We flicked him around off a wing and half-back but he settled across half back and he had an outstanding year in which he finished fourth in our best and fairest. The level of development that came out of him this year was staggering to be honest. The major knock on him has been his composure and decision-making but he’s improved that out of sight. Averaged 20 disposals per game and played on the good players but could also play a free flowing game when required. Got a nice balance between attack and defence. Considering where he was at this time last year there has been a huge change.“ – Swan Districts’ coach Greg Harding

Read more at http://www.sen.com.au/news/11-15/bretts-final-2015-afl-mock-draft#lk6E8T6ill1MVMXB.99
 
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tigertim

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Good luck, hopefully a ready made to give some dash off the hbf
 

Columbo

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hmmm composure and decision making skills lacking at age 22, tick, tick, tick for RFC half back flanker
 

mrposhman

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Tony Braxton-Hicks said:
He looks like a ready-made replacement for Dea and a complement to Grimes and challenger to Batch.

But I wonder if he couldn't be part of a dynamic duo with Kamdyn too.

Kicking looked pretty good in the vision. Seemed comfortable to kick off either foot as well.
 

tigerlove

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Columbo said:
hmmm composure and decision making skills lacking at age 22, tick, tick, tick for RFC half back flanker

I know its just a highlights reel but he look pretty damn composed to me. Beautiful kicking action too. Will be great if we've managed to master another mature age pick. Always worth a shot at this stage of the draft.