Suffice to say with 55-metre efforts on goal, Daicos has no trouble executing his skills and penetrating by foot. A slight knock on him is his tendency to air his kicks on the run, inviting pressure on the receiver or allowing opposition defenders more time to intercept. He often makes the right decision, but some argue that a prospect like Jason Horne-Francis is more damaging per possession, despite accumulating less across a single outing. A fair assessment. While he has an abundance of strengths, there are a few more improvement areas to nitpick with Daicos - as is often the case with the very best prospects.