It has been impossible to have a discussion about Scully for about a year without it turning into a Will he?/Won't he?/He did, he sucks/He did, can't blame him affair. I'm hoping now he's run out in GWS colours we can actually talk about his football. I watched him last night and while he didn't set the world on fire, he did some nice things. There's no doubt he'll be a very good footballer. That said, I have never been convinced that he was a worthy number 1 pick. It is obvious now that Dustin Martin should have been picked at 1 or 2. It is of course classic 20/20 hindsight Monday's experts stuff to say that. But even at the time I was never convinced that Scully was number 1 or even top 3 material and while he has so far in his short career showed some very good signs, I stand by that. His only truly elite quality seems to be his endurance. I recall one Melbourne fan trying to convince me his "cruising speed" set him apart from other mids. What's your view on Scully the footballer? Is the knee as bad as many make out? If it is indeed a degenerative condition that will cut short his career, why wasn't this picked up in pre-draft screening? Injury concerns pushed the likes of Joel Selwood and Elliott Kavanagh right down the order. In what I've seen of Scully so far he reminds me of Crag Bradley in that he is immensely fit and with massive stamina. But Bradley had a touch more class in his disposal and was more of a goal kicker. So, your thoughts on Scully the footballer ... (rather than Scully the bloke).