Which puts him a bit ahead of Tex who didn't crack double digits for disposals after round 4. I wouldn't be too quick to rubbish 10 touches per game as the second forward with shortened quarters whilst playing ahead of the spoon winning side.
Everyone knows, when Tex is injured or hampered by his fitness his output is next to useless. He was injured in 2020, IIRC it was his big toe. That was why his numbers were astronomical low.
Now, compare that to his 2021 season and it’s chalk and cheese.
Elliot Himmelberg has had ample time and opportunity to prove he has the ability to become a key forward in the AFL system. IMO, he hasn’t grabbed it and we are just wasting out time with him by giving him more game time. Time to move on.