Player Watch #33: Kamdyn McIntosh

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Name: Kamdyn McIntosh
Club: Peel Thunder
Height: 192cm
Weight: 78kg
Position: KPD
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McIntosh is a close checking, disciplined defender who can play on all sizes whether it be tall, medium or small forwards to a high level. He finished the season really strongly and showed strong progress in his offensive game in the second half of the season showing an increased willingness to shift off his man and generate some drive. Ball use out of the back half is a highlight and for a tall uses it really well by both hand and foot. Also has really impressive closing speed and above average athleticism allowing him to stick with his man. Has excellent endurance and can go all day. Just one of those guys you can give a role to and he will complete it, no fuss and get the job done. Sometimes with defenders that’s all you need. Also late in the season showed some ability to push up onto a wing and play some good footy showing that he has a few different strings to his bow.
 

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From: Peel Thunder
Height: 192cm
Weight: 85Kg
Position: Defender

Tall defender with a very good combination of pace and endurance. Versatile defender capable of playing on medium and talls. Played four matches for WA at the NAB AFL Under 18 Championships closing down dangerous opponents and providing good run from defence. Acquitted himself well in four matches at senior level for Peel, averaging 17.5 disposals, five marks and three tackles.
 

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WEST COAST
Draft picks: 46, 61, 62, 81* (Brad Dick)
West Coast is in a different position to most clubs heading to the draft, with the club knowing its first pick is at 46, and not really being sure about the players who will be left. One the Eagles might be hoping is available is key defender Kamdyn McIntosh. The 192cm backman, from Peel Thunder, played at senior level in the WAFL. The Eagles were hell-bent on keeping Mitch Brown from returning home, and might feel a little vulnerable if he wants to head back to Melbourne again next year. McIntosh will provide some depth in that area, and has had a solid year.
http://www.afl.com.au/news/newsarticle/tabid/208/newsid/151313/default.aspx
 

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We already have a surplus in key defenders and he's a good 15kg undersized. Where's the tall forwards/extra midfield depth? Very underwhelming but I guess time will tell.
 

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watching his highlights looks like he could definately become a tall midfielder/wingman. Good mark, great speed, good decision making and great kicking. I like.
 

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From: Peel Thunder
Height: 192cm
Weight: 85Kg
Position: Defender

Tall defender with a very good combination of pace and endurance. Versatile defender capable of playing on medium and talls. Played four matches for WA at the NAB AFL Under 18 Championships closing down dangerous opponents and providing good run from defence. Acquitted himself well in four matches at senior level for Peel, averaging 17.5 disposals, five marks and three tackles.
Looks like a deer in the headlights...welcome to the tigers Kamdyn

Needs another 15kg
 
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