- May 8, 2018
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
If Souup's happy then I'm happy. Didak/Greene sounds alright to me.
His main 'weakness' is his perceived lack of versatility. He's got everything you could want in a small forward but hasn't been given a go in any other position which is why I write perceived.Might of been easier to state his weaknesses lol
Sounds like a jet in more ways than one.
So is there a fair chance if he'd played somewhere else he'd have been more highly rated?Averaged 5+ tackles per game (3.75 inside 50m tackles) in the last 4 games of the season which is where he really turned it on and took his game to another level.
Had a few games where he took 2 contested marks. Averaged a tick under 5 shots on goal a game in the last 4 games and averaged a tick over 8 score involvements.
To put in context why this was so impressive: This is all for a team that was sub-par for the whole season and averaged a score of 56 total points per game.
To answer your question without feeding you stats, his forward pressure only got better as the season wore on and really rounded out his game to leave very few weaknesses. I mentioned it earlier but he's sub 3 second 20m sprint and has an elite first 5-10m.
EDIT: For those that care (I know a lot hate it, but I think they have their place), he averaged 124 champion data/supercoach points over the last 4 games of the season
Yes, he kicked 3.5 in the Vic Metro vs Country Trial game.Yeh thought the same during the draft.
185cm? Hang on, so does this solve our small forward dilemma or not?
Better team generally = better output so yeah I would agree.So is there a fair chance if he'd played somewhere else he'd have been more highly rated?
I meant it rhetorically mate he looks really exciting, more that he's about the same height as Ben Cunnington and designated as a crumbing forward. Kids are getting taller every generation.Yes, he kicked 3.5 in the Vic Metro vs Country Trial game.
He's about as far away from the Turner/Mahoney low goal output as you can get.