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Welcome Tyler Sonsie

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Lifetime Tiger supporter. Here’s to Tyler having a successful career as a multiple Tiger premiership player
 
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Richmond has used its third selection (No. 28 overall) in the 2021 national draft to recruit Eastern Ranges midfielder Tyler Sonsie.
Recruited from: Eastern Ranges/Vic Metro
Position:
Midfielder
Height:
181cm
Weight:
73kg
DOB:
27/1/03

 
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Any good?

Tyler Sonsie​

Height: 181cm
Weight: 77kg
D.O.B: 27-01-2003

POSITION: Balanced Midfielder

SNAPSHOT: “A clean and damaging player possessing the best two-sided kick in the draft pool, Sonsie is a stoppage specialist with slick hands and smarts who can also go forward and kick goals.”

Tyler Sonsie is a balanced midfielder able to win clearances in close, but also hurt the opposition on the outside with his clean and crisp skills. Proving he could match it against senior players with a 24 disposal and two goal game in his only VFL outing for Box Hill, he may be one of a few Victorian prospects to debut at AFL level next year. Likened by recruiters to Richmond champion Trent Cotchin, such a comparison is evident in his stoppage work; able to win first possession with quick anticipation and clean hands to set up midfield thrusts, but also every chance to go forward and kick goals on his right and left boot.

STRENGTHS:

Scoreboard impact
Clean hands
Kicking
Clearances
Composure
Agility

IMPROVEMENTS:

Consistency
Gut running

 
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Tiger Rob

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I'm looking forward to Leysy's rump review.
Leysy likes a rump. I’m looking at the lads neck. That’s a neck that’ll stand on top of a wrecking ball. Think this lad will be a beast. Think Daniel Rich, with skill, not fat and not lazy. Michael Voss at his prime.
 
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Leysy likes a rump. I’m looking at the lads neck. That’s a neck that’ll stand on top of a wrecking ball. Think this lad will be a beast. Think Daniel Rich, with skill, not fat and not lazy. Michael Voss at his prime.
I'm a neck man too. With a neck like a bull you can't go wrong.
 
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