Review 35 - Jack Scrimshaw (2019)

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Dixie Flatline

Saviour Sam
Jun 3, 2005
28,207
26,504
Leafy eastern suburbs
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Cartagena C.F., NYJ, A's
Jack Scrimshaw

Games: 10
Goals: 0
Yabby Medal votes: 3 (20th)

Averages

Kicks: 8.6 per game
Handballs: 7.4 per game
Disposals: 16.0 per game
Marks: 4.1 per game
Tackles: 1.8 per game

Milestones

First career game and win for Hawthorn (round 1, 2019 versus Adelaide Crows)
First career loss for Hawthorn (round 2, 2019 versus Western Bulldogs)
Career high kicks (12), handballs (11) and disposals (23) in a game (round 4, 2019 versus St Kilda Saints)
Career high marks (8) in a game (round 4, 2019 versus St Kilda Saints)
Career high tackles (5) in a game (round 1, 2019 versus Adelaide Crows)
Ranked ninth among rising stars in total contested marks
Ranked eighth among rising stars in total intercepts
Ranked ninth among rising stars in contested possessions per game
Ranked ninth among rising stars in effective disposals per game
Ranked fourth among rising stars in contested marks per game
Ranked second among rising stars in intercepts per game

Standout

Round 4, 2019 (versus St Kilda Saints): Scrimshaw realised a childhood team in round 1, playing for a team he barracked for as a boy. In round 4, Scrimshaw's talent and potential stood out as he collected a career high 23 disposals for Hawthorn across half-back and had eight marks in a promising display as the potential successor to the now departed Grant Birchall. Although Hawthorn lost, both coaches and supporters would have been encouraged by the game from Scrimshaw.

Shocker

Round 23, 2019 (versus West Coast Eagles): Having played nine of Hawthorn's first ten games for the season, Scrimshaw suffered an injury that kept him out until the final round of the campaign. It was a subdued return to action from Scrimshaw, having 14 disposals and two marks, but he played his part in Hawthorn's upset victory over the Eagles in Perth that knocked the Eagles out of top four and ultimately out of the race for the premiership.
 

BJK#5

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 9, 2017
7,448
23,718
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Hurricanes, Dolphins
His ability to read the ball in the air is outstanding and his willingness to take the game on is impressive. The sky is the limit for this kid and i really think he is going to make a lot of people that had already written him off look really stupid.

 

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4THAWN

Club Legend
Mar 25, 2019
1,879
2,203
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Injuries the only issue for him so far.

If he can get on top of those, he's got all the tools to be a really good AFL player.
 

Hawk_francais

Premiership Player
Sep 20, 2015
3,105
6,050
AFL Club
Hawthorn
His ability to read the ball in the air is outstanding and his willingness to take the game on is impressive. The sky is the limit for this kid and i really think he is going to make a lot of people that had already written him off look really stupid.

His draft profile notes his ability to play all over the ground, I wonder if he'll be tried on a wing. His skills are outrageously good.
 

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