From my (our) own club I had high hopes of Brent Prismall becoming elite, but he proved to be a guy who looked good in a good team. A player from another club I always thought would make the elite status but never has (so far) is Dylan Shiel, his young days at the Giants had me thinking he’d be a gun, but IMO he’s underperformed massively these past few seasons.For my club (going back a few years) I thought Andrew Wills was going to be a superstar. In the end was more a journeyman.
Clint Bizzell was another I thought had all the tools but didn't really deliver
Bit harsh. I reckon he's already elite. Clean, damaging, great skills, rarely wastes it.Issac Heeney.
Still has time but I am not confident he can ever become consistent enough to be considered elite. When he is at his best he is unstoppable in ways few players are but the next game or even the next quarter he can disappear entirely.
Yes, his skills were unbelievable. There is more like him too, but unfortunately the world they come from doesn't give them much of a chance to cope in the city. Heard he was in custody again last year, but don't know if he still is and what happened in the court case.Liam Jurrah could have been anything.
He was definitely something, just not exactly what I'd envisioned.
I had Tarryn Thomas as my left field Supercoach selection who I thought could propel himself into the best players of the competition in the way Touk Miller had done the year prior.Mason Wood is one for us. Had talent and fitness to burn, and every pre season we'd expect him to break out, but it never happened. Just didn't have the consistency.
From our current list, Tarryn Thomas could be one if he doesn't start producing consistently. Arguably the most talented player we've had on our list in years.