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2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« on: July 28, 2016, 03:38:01 AM »
VFL PROSPECT Luke Ryan will be the only mature-age player at this year's NAB AFL Draft Combine after 80 players were invited to test at the four-day trial in October.

Nearly half of the 80 players invited to test at the combine between October 6-9 will come via Victoria, with under-18 champions Vic Metro providing 19 players.

NAB AFL DRAFT COMBINE LIST

NSW-ACT
Isaac Cumming (Broken Hill)
Ben Davis (UNSW)
Sam Fisher (Ainslie)
Ryan Garthwaite (Murray Bushrangers)
Max Lynch (Murray Bushrangers)
Harrison Macreadie (Henty)
Todd Marshall (Murray Bushrangers)
Kobe Mutch (Bendigo Pioneers)
Harry Perryman (Collingullie)
Will Setterfield (Sandringham Dragons)
Zachary Sproule (Murray Bushrangers)

NORTHERN TERRITORY
Ben Long (NT Thunder)
Tony Olango (NT Thunder)
Brandan Parfitt (NT Thunder/North Adelaide)

QUEENSLAND
Jacob Allison (Aspley)
Jack Bowes (Cairns)
Elliott Himmelberg (Redlands)
Brad Scheer (Palm Beach Currumbin)
Declan Watson (Aspley)
Josh Williams (Surfers Paradise)



SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Brennan Cox (Woodville West Torrens)
Jack Graham (North Adelaide)
Will Hayward (North Adelaide)
Mitchell Hinge (Glenelg)
Ben Jarman (North Adelaide)
Kym LeBois (North Adelaide)
Jonty Scharenberg (Glenelg)
Tyson Stengle (Woodville West Torrens)
Alex Villis (Norwood)
Sam Walker (Glenelg)


VIC COUNTRY
Ben Ainsworth (Gippsland Power)
Joe Atley (Bendigo Pioneers)
Josh Battle (Dandenong Stingrays)
Jarrod Berry (North Ballarat Rebels)
Will Brodie (Murray Bushrangers)
Cedric Cox (North Ballarat Rebels)
Sean Darcy (Geelong Falcons)
Willem Drew (North Ballarat Rebels)
Jack Henry (Geelong Falcons)
Bailey Morrish (Dandenong Stingrays)
Harry Morrison (Murray Bushrangers)
Hugh McCluggage (North Ballarat Rebels)
Mitch McCarthy (Dandenong Stingrays)
Myles Poholke (Dandenong Stingrays)
Esava Ratougolea (Murray Bushrangers)
Jy Simpkin (Murray Bushrangers)
Tom Williamson (North Ballarat Rebels)
Alex Witherden (Geelong Falcons)

VFL
Luke Ryan (Coburg)

VIC METRO

Joshua Begley (Eastern Ranges)
Hamish Brayshaw (Sandringham Dragons)
Callum Brown (Eastern Ranges)
Dylan Clarke (Eastern Ranges)
Josh Daicos (Oakleigh Chargers)
Taylin Duman (Oakleigh Chargers)
Juhdan Dundon (Western Jets)
Oliver Florent (Sandringham Dragons)
Jordan Gallucci (Eastern Ranges)
Oscar Junker (Western Jets)
Pat Kerr (Oakleigh Chargers)
Patrick Lipinksi (Northern Knights)
Andrew McGrath (Sandringham Dragons)
Jack Maibaum (Eastern Ranges)
Sam McLarty (Oakleigh Chargers)
Jordan Ridley (Oakleigh Chargers)
Jack Scrimshaw (Sandringham Dragons)
Tim Taranto (Sandringham Dragons)
Daniel Venables (Western Jets)


WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Liam Baker (West Perth)
Shai Bolton (South Fremantle)
Timothy English (South Fremantle)
Zac Fisher (Perth)
Matt Guelfi (Claremont)
Griffin Logue (Swan Districts)
Quinton Narkle (Perth)
Sam Petrevski-Seton (Claremont)
Sam Powell-Pepper (East Perth)
Josh Rotham (West Perth)
Jake Waterman (Claremont)
Cameron Zurhaar (East Fremantle)

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2016-07-26/best-young-footballers-invited-to-2016-combine

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2016, 01:50:43 PM »
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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2016, 04:34:17 AM »
Combine results, day one: Father-son prospect Jarman the early standout

Callum Twomey 
afl.com.au
October 8, 2016


FATHER-son prospect Ben Jarman is the early standout at the NAB AFL Draft Combine, finishing in the top 10 for all of the skills testing.

The South Australian midfielder, who can join Adelaide and Hawthorn as a father-son pick given his dad Darren's career at both clubs, was one of three joint winners in the clean hands test on Friday night at Etihad Stadium.

Alongside classy midfielder Oliver Florent and defender Ryan Garthwaite, Jarman scored 28 of a possible 30 points in the clean hands exercise, which sees prospects having to gather the ball at ground level before shooting off handballs at different distances.

Jarman, who told AFL.com.au this week he was undecided about which club he would nominate as his preferred home at next month's draft, was also in the top performers in the kicking test.

Rangey Oakleigh Chargers defender Jordan Ridley, who scored 27 out of a possible 30 points, took out that event. Medium defender Isaac Cumming was also impressive in this test, recording 26 points to be outright second.

Cumming is another Greater Western Sydney academy prospect having played with the Giants in the NEAFL, while Ridley's versatility and athleticism has won admirers as a possible top-30 pick.

West Australian midfielder Sam Powell-Pepper was the only player to convert all of his five shots in the goalkicking test to record a perfect score.

Possible top-10 pick Tim English showed his skills for a 204cm ruckman by being one of eight players to kick four goals and a behind, while Jarman kicked four of his five shots and didn't score on the other.

The skills tests followed a long day for the attending players at the combine on Friday, which featured interviews with clubs from early in the morning until dinner time.

Athletic testing begins on Saturday with the jumping, sprints and agility tests before the beep test in the afternoon.

Clean hands test (score out of a possible 30)
Ben Jarman (28)
Oliver Florent (28)
Ryan Garthwaite (28)
Callum Brown (27)
Jarrod Berry (27)
Will Hayward (27)
Patrick Lipinski (27)
Sam Powell-Pepper (27)
Jack Bowes (27)
Isaac Cumming (26)
Joe Atley (26)
Myles Poholke (26)
Jonty Scharenberg (26)
Harry Perryman (26)
Jack Maibaum (26)

Kicking test (score out of a possible 30)
Jordan Ridley (27)
Isaac Cumming (26)
Jarrod Berry (25)
Ben Long (25)
Sam Walker (25)
Josh Williams (25)
Ben Jarman (24)
Tom Williamson (24)
Dylan Clarke (24)
Kym LeBois (23)
Willem Drew (23)
Josh Battle (23)
Jake Waterman (23)

Goalkicking test (score out of a possible 30)
Sam Powell-Pepper (30)
Harry Morrison (25)
Joe Atley (25)
Josh Williams (25)
Jonty Scharenberg (25)
Ryan Garthwaite (25)
Zach Sproule (25)
Tim English (25)
Liam Baker (25)
Ben Jarman (24)
Tyson Stengle (24)

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2016-10-08/jarman-shows-allround-potential-at-combine

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2016, 04:35:25 AM »
Combine results, day two: First-round prospects star in beep test

Callum Twomey 
afl.com.au
October 8, 2016 10:00 PM


THREE possible first-round picks shared top place in the beep test in a busy day three of testing at the NAB AFL Draft Combine.

Victorians Jarrod Berry and Oliver Florent, and West Australian key defender Griffin Logue all reached level 15.1 in the shuttle run, which was the final event of a jam-packed Saturday at Etihad Stadium.

Berry's performance was another reminder of the 2015 All Australian's great athleticism, while Florent's effort showed he can match his pace and class with a strong endurance base.

Logue's performance was perhaps most impressive, with the athletic key back pushing himself to exhaustion in his final run of the afternoon. Some recruiters see him as a possible top-20 pick given his size and ability to move around the ground.

Jacob Allison was another player to remind people of his excellent athletic profile, running 2.87sec to take out the 20-metre sprint test ahead of Ben Ainsworth (2.90) and Josh Rotham (2.92).

Ainsworth again placed in the top group of performers for the agility test, which was won by North Ballarat prospect Tom Williamson. The skillful medium defender recorded a time of 8.15sec.

The jumps tests were also completed under the watchful eyes of clubs at Etihad Stadium, with Jordan Gallucci's leap of 89cm in the standing vertical jump breaking the all-time record.

The speedy midfielder's background in volleyball makes him a vibrant prospect and his jump overtook the record held by American Marvin Baynham (88cm in 2014).

Possible No.1 pick Andrew McGrath led the way in the running vertical jump off the left foot with a leap of 96cm, while Logue was best on the right side with a lift of 91cm.

The combine concludes with the 3km time trial on Sunday before the attending prospects have another set of interviews with clubs.

DAY TWO TESTING RESULTS

Beep test
Jarrod Berry (level 15.1)
Oliver Florent (15.1)
Griffin Logue (15.1)
Harry Morrison (14.12)
Dylan Clarke (14.12)
Sam Powell-Pepper (14.7)
Liam Baker (14.5)
Tom Williamson (14.5)
Patrick Lipinski (14.5)
Jordan Gallucci (14.5)

20 metre sprint

Jacob Allison (2.87 seconds)
Ben Ainsworth (2.90)
Josh Rotham (2.92)
Josh Williams (2.93)
Bailey Morrish (2.93)
Taylin Duman (2.93)
Esava Ratugolea (2.93)
Will Hayward (2.94)
Tony Olango (2.94)
Shai Bolton (2.95)

Agility
Tom Williamson (8.15 seconds)
Jack Maibaum (8.19)
Sam Powell-Pepper (8.24)
Harry Morrison (8.26)
Oliver Florent (8.26)
Matt Guelfi (8.29)
Isaac Cumming (8.29)
Ben Ainsworth (8.36)
Jack Scrimshaw (8.39)
Andrew McGrath (8.38)

Standing vertical jump
Jordan Gallucci (89cm)
Esava Ratugolea (76)
Will Hayward (73)
Griffin Logue (71)
Bailey Morrish (71)
Shai Bolton (68)
Callum Brown (68)
Josh Rotham (67)
Max Lynch (67)
Jacob Allison (67)
Jack Bowes (67)
Tom Williamson (67)

Running vertical jump (left foot)

Andrew McGrath (96cm)
Shai Bolton (94)
Cameron Zurhaar (92)
Brennan Cox (92)
Tony Olango (91)
Jordan Gallucci (91)
Oliver Florent (90)
Bailey Morrish (90)
Will Hayward (90)
Esava Ratugolea (89)
Tom Williamson (88)
Harry Morrison (88)

Running vertical jump (right foot)
Griffin Logue (91cm)
Bailey Morrish (91)
Esava Ratugolea (89)
Jordan Gallucci (86)
Andrew McGrath (85)
Ben Ainsworth (84)
Tom Williamson (83)
Jack Scrimshaw (83)
Declan Watson (83)
Mitchell Hinge (83)
Jack Bowes (82)

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2016-10-08/firstround-prospects-jarrod-berry-oliver-florent-excel-in-combine-beep-test

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2016, 10:05:48 PM »
Combine results, day three: Jarrod Berry caps strong combine

Callum Twomey 
afl.com.au
October 9, 2016 5:32 PM


JARROD Berry has capped a strong NAB AFL Draft Combine by taking out the 3km time trial with an impressive run.

The Vic Country captain closed out the four-day screening at Etihad Stadium by running 9min 46sec in the gruelling test, which places him in the top 10 runs in combine history.

It followed excellent athletic results for the 18-year-old across the combine, including being a joint winner of the beep test by reaching level 15.1.

The attacking half-back/midfielder also finished in the top 10 for the repeat sprints, clean hands and kicking tests, reminding recruiters of his athleticism.

Berry beat out Rebels teammate Tom Williamson (9:50), midfielder Dylan Clarke (9:52) and key defender Griffin Logue (9:58) in the time trial, after Logue overcame stiff competition from key forward Josh Battle to win the talls group.

"It was a good 'Josh Battle', if you want to say it like that," Logue said to laughs after the run.

"We said we'd go out together and he just shot out from the start and I was worried I wasn’t going to catch him, but I'm happy to draw him in in the end.

"I adjusted my stride length and kept striding out a bit more and more. But I got to the third lap and (Ryan) Garthwaite came and went past me and I thought it might be a bit tough, but I just dug in and gave it my all and I was happy with the result."

Berry's performance in the final event of the combine was given extra weight given his big day of testing on Saturday, which included finishing fourth overall in the repeat sprints.

Vic Metro co-captain Jordan Gallucci took the honours in that event, running a total of 24.36 seconds ahead of No.1 pick contender Andrew McGrath (24.44 seconds).


Repeat sprint total (six x 30metre sprints)
Jordan Gallucci (24.36 sec)
Andrew McGrath (24.44)
Bailey Morrish (24.83)
Jarrod Berry (24.99)
Ben Ainsworth (25.01)
Kym LeBois (25.08)
Griffin Logue (25.09)
Shai Bolton (25.10)
Myles Poholke (25.20)
Jacob Allison (25.30)

3km time trial

Jarrod Berry (9:46 minutes)
Tom Williamson (9:50)
Dylan Clarke (9:52)
*Mark O'Connor (9:56)
Griffin Logue (9:58)

* Mark O'Connor is the Irish prospect who tested at the combine.

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2016-10-09/combine-results-day-three-jarrod-berry-caps-strong-combine

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2016, 11:50:44 PM »
VIC COUNTRY
Myles Poholke (Dandenong Stingrays)

Richmond supporter :shh

Plays at my local, kid is a gun :shh
Will slip down the order a little because of his height but the kid is a bull, and can take a grab!

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #6 on: October 10, 2016, 05:47:40 PM »
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Myles Poholke (Dandenong Stingrays)

Richmond supporter :shh

Plays at my local, kid is a gun :shh
Will slip down the order a little because of his height but the kid is a bull, and can take a grab!

Sorrento man ey? Can take a grab just like his brother? :shh

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #7 on: October 10, 2016, 05:55:57 PM »
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Myles Poholke (Dandenong Stingrays)

Richmond supporter :shh

Forgot I said this. Hey HRT can you confirm if he's interested or does the same rule apply to draftees?

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #8 on: October 10, 2016, 08:36:26 PM »
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Myles Poholke (Dandenong Stingrays)

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Plays at my local, kid is a gun :shh
Will slip down the order a little because of his height but the kid is a bull, and can take a grab!

Sorrento man ey? Can take a grab just like his brother? :shh

Haha, sure can, got a little more run in his legs than Leigh!
If he can get his fitness up I can see him playing big stints in the midfield as well.
Just back on Leigh he's returning back to Sorrento this season after a disappointing in the peninsula league last year ;)

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #9 on: October 10, 2016, 11:53:34 PM »
Haha, sure can, got a little more run in his legs than Leigh!
If he can get his fitness up I can see him playing big stints in the midfield as well.
Just back on Leigh he's returning back to Sorrento this season after a disappointing in the peninsula league last year ;)

Myles kicking is meant to be a little suspect no? Saw he got a good score in the clean hands which doesn't surprise me though
Yeah I heard that, surprised he didn't stick it out a little longer. I guess it was just for the money :shh

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Re: 2016 Draft Camp/Combine
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2016, 02:44:15 AM »
Wouldn't be unhappy using a second round pick on Poholke..... :shh
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