A total of 11 WAFL players are currently undertaking testing at the NAB AFL National Draft Combine in Melbourne.
Jordan Clark, pictured, was invited to the National Combine following his impressive performance for WA at the NAB AFL National 18s Championships which earnt him the WA MVP award.
Luke English and Sydney Stack who were selected for the All-Australians 18s team have also been invited.
AFL National Talent Manager Kevin Sheehan said this is an exciting time for the clubs involved as the Draft Combine is the final assessment period before the 2018 NAB AFL Draft.
“The Draft Combine provides players with a final chance to show off their physical prowess and football skills in front of club recruiters,” he said.
“Clubs will get to see the players in action up close before conducting interviews to rate the players’ overall potential as the countdown begins to the 33rd NAB AFL Draft.”
|Name||D.O.B.||Ht (cm)||Wt (kg)||League Club/Local Club|
|Damon GREAVES||25/04/2000||186||74||East Perth/Busselton|
|Dillon O’REILLY||2/06/2000||194||89||East Fremantle/East Fremantle|
|Ian HILL||9/02/2000||175||76||Perth/South Perth/Wesley|
|Jarrod CAMERON||3/05/2000||180||69||Swan Districts/Centrals Newman|
|Jordan CLARK||16/10/2000||182||78||Claremont/Guildford Grammar|
|Luke FOLEY||8/10/1999||187||75||Subiaco/Sorrento Duncraig|
|Durak TUCKER||9/02/2000||189||75||Peel Thunder/Guildford Grammar|
|Tom JOYCE||7/03/2000||181||73||East Fremantle/Aquinas/Melville JFC|