This seems to be a topic which is entering many threads, so I thought it would be worth starting a thread. Logue played 8 WAFL games (and one reserves) in which he averaged 14 disposals and almost 4 marks a game. This good for a young key position player. He was drafted so high because he is an athlete. He completed a 15.1 beep test (equal top), top 10 in the repeat sprints and fourth in the vertical jump, and 1st in the running vertical jump. He is a remarkable athlete for a bloke 194cm and growing., and he is a work horse (rowing background) - 5th in the 3km - so he has a big tank too. So many of us faithful were stoked with this selection, myself included. Here are the questions : Does he come straight in? Do you drop him if he has a shocker? (simply say - you are not ready - but we thought we would give it a try). Do you think the coaching staff have an idea of where he is at before putting him out there. AFL is so much faster than WAFL. Is the fascination in needing to play him in the JLT just for curiosity to see a few things. Surely everyone understands that playing a midfielder or a small forward is much easier to find a spot for than a key position player, and easier for them to have an impact? I remember someone saying Taberner was easily beating him, which said to me he is not quite ready yet, as Taberner has shown great signs on occasion - but I could not say he is consistent at marking the footy in one on ones.