Looks and moves like a wingman/Lewis Jetta type. We need one like that badly.stuff KnightMare has written on Stack for ESPN:
Sydney Stack (WA)
Height, Weight: 177cm, 72kg
Profile: One of this draft's most exciting and impactful players. A prolific ball-winner and tackler who hits the ball at speed and accelerates away.
Position: Inside/outside midfield
Expected draft range: 30-late
Why he can make it: One of this year's most exciting talents, Stack is a one-touch ball-winner at stoppages, winning the ball on the move, using speed and evasion to burst out of stoppages and manoeuvring around opponents with ease. Beyond his ball winning and movement, his skill and composure in traffic set him apart from his peers. Averaging 22 disposals, 11 contested possessions and five clearances during the Under-18 Championships and 14 disposals in the WAFL at League level, Stack is a rare high impact-per-possession player with an established contested side to his game and strong production at all levels of play.
1. Classy inside midfielder
2. General forward
3. Relieving ruck
Draft picks: 23, 28, 54, 62, 91
Who should they draft? As a medium marking forward, Sam Sturt would be a strong addition to Melbourne's front half at 23. Bailey Williams at 28 would be ideal as a relieving ruckman who has uncontainable athleticism as a marking forward. If one of the Demons' preferred choices in the 20s is unavailable, midfielder Sydney Stack would add further class to the club's engine room. Through their NGA, Toby Bedford will provide speed and pressure through the midfield and up forward.