I also thought Hibberd, with Pickett as another possible, but with the likely loss of McCartin due to complications of concussion, another medium tall forward is a good option. Hibberd would have provided good speed and more strength on the outside and Pickett shows versatility off the half back and through the midfield.
https://www.afl.com.au/news/2019-05-25/injury-strikes-two-top-midseason-rookie-draft-prospects27 and likely won't play this year.
Did we really want to throw our pick at a guy that will be looking to debut at 28?
Richmond will likely be right up there again next year and can have a look at his work rate over the next few months before making a decision on him.
Cause he’s 27 years old and he just had surgery to repair a broken finger that will put him out of action for 8-10 weeks.He does seem a likely prospect and don't mind the look of him at all
But can't help but wonder what Richmond saw in Marlion Pickett at 13
That we didn't see at pick 6?
Anyhoo it's done now so welcome young Jack and with that surname
he's bound to become a cult hero!
May he put Sauce for the Saints for many years to come!
Jack Mayo, SubiacoJack MAYO (SUBIACO)
- 2 games
- 1 goals
- 3 behinds
- 0 times in best players list
- 6.5 kicks
- 4.5 handballs
- 11.0 disposals
- 4.5 marks
- 3.5 tackles
- 0.0 frees for
- 1.0 frees against
- 0.5 inside 50s
- 0.5 rebound 50s
- 57.50 AFL Fantasy points
I love the welcome he got from the club.
Absolutely agree with everything lewdogs said above, he comes across as such a collected individual.