Rory Atkins Midfielder/forward, Calder Cannons (VIC) 183cm, 75kg 12/07/1994 VERSATILE midfielder who still needs to physically mature but is strong overhead for his size and is creative with plenty of drive as an outside midfielder. Will be in a clubs’ thinking around the mid 30s to 40 mark of the draft given his tenacity in close.
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AS we approach the 2012 AFL Draft on November 22, Football Nation guest writer Ben Woods takes a look at the players that have made it into the AFL after playing in the TAC Cup competition. The Calder Cannons are set to make a big impact on the 2012 Draft with a number of players
Adam Saad Defender, Calder Cannons (VIC) 177cm, 73kg 18 yo ADAM Saad is a small defender who blitzed the 20m beep test with 2.81 seconds at the Draft Combine. Rebounds brilliantly from defence and averaged around 16 disposals a game at TAC Cup level this season. Played in the World Team in the NAB
Liam McBean Calder Cannons (VIC) 25 August 1994 202cm, 84kg McBean is similar to Joe Daniher in the way that he is strong and mobile but is likely to finish lower in the draft pecking order than his team-mate. He’s been with the AIS-AFL Academy for the past two seasons and has developed well under
Lachlan Plowman Calder Cannons (VIC) 11 September 1994 191cm, 86kg KEY position prospect who didn’t take part in the national carnival because of a serious elbow injury. Is considered to be one of the better key position players heading into this year’s draft and has been among the better players at the Calder Cannons this
SMART midfielder has had two years through the AIS-AFL Academy and is considered to be among the top on-ballers heading into this year’s draft
ESSENDON bound father son selection Joe Daniher has cited that he wants to play a game of VFL with Bendigo this season to enhance his development, but the Bombers have yet to approve the plan. There has been some caution applied to Daniher being fast-tracked despite him dominating in the TAC Cup and impressing in