Round 1 Selections - 11 to 27

We have looked at the top 10 draftees, now we continue our look at the 2011 Draft, by looking at the rest of the first round selections, from picks 11 - 27

 

 

 

  ROUND 1      
  Player TAC Cup Team Junior Club Drafted To
11 Toby Greene Oakleigh Chargers Ashburton/Wesley GWS
12 Sam Docherty Gippsland Power Phillip Island Brisbane Lions
13 Taylor Adams Geelong Falcons St.Joseph's GWS
14 Devon Smith Geelong Falcons Lara/Geelong Gram GWS
15 Brandon Ellis Calder Cannons West Coburg Richmond
16 Tom Sherridan Calder Cannons Riddles Creek Fremantle
17 Clay Smith Gippsland Power Lucknow Western Bulldogs
19 Elliott Kavanagh Western Jets Williamstown Essendon
20 Hayden Crozier Eastern Ranges Rowville Fremantle
25 Sebastian Ross North Ballarat Rebels Horsham Demons St Kilda
26 Todd Elton Dandenong Stingrays Somerville Richmond
  PRIORITY      
27 Sam Kerridge Bendigo Pioneers Mildura Adelaide

 

 

 

Toby Greene – Oakleigh Chargers (Picutred)



Height

Weight

D.O.B

181

76

25/9/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

13

8

8

 

2011 Honours

TAC Cup Team of the Year

Vic Metro Representative

Under 18 National Championship All Australian

 

Midfield revelation of the year at TAC Cup and Nationals level. Highly competitive instincts with clean handling and superb decision making. Ball winning ability unquestionable. U18 Metro representative. All Australian. In the TAC Cup competition averaged 2nd most contested possessions.

 

Click here to see Toby Greene in action

 

Sam Docherty – Gippsland Power

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

185

83

17/10/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

16

2

6

 

2011 Honours

Vic Country Representative 

Proven player at National level, very good draft prospect. In the TAC Cup competition ranked 2nd for marks from opposition kicks and rebound 50’s, ranked 4th for long kicks.  

Click here to see Sam Docherty in action

 

Taylor Adams – Geelong Falcons

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

179

80

20/9/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

9

10

6

 

2011 Honours

TAC Cup Team of the Year

Vic Country Representative

Under 18 National Championship All Australian 

Engine room of the Geelong Falcons team. In TAC Cup competition averaged 3rd most disposals, 2nd most uncontested possessions. 

Click here to see Taylor Adams in action

 

Devon Smith - Geelong Falcons

Height

Weight

D.O.B

174

76

20/5/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

6

11

4

 

2011 Honours

Vic Country Representative

 

Smith highlighted his skills during the National Championships playing for Vic Country when he kicked six goals and amassed 27 disposals against the Northern Territory. Can be used in the midfield or up forward.

 

Click here to see Devon Smith in action

 

Brandon Ellis - Calder Cannons

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

181

83

8/03/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

16

7

9

TAC Cup Season

 

2011 Honours

TAC Cup Team of the Year

Vic Metro Representative

Under 18 National Championship All Australian

 

Composed small defender, who reads the game well and rarely beaten one on one. All Australian. U18 Metro representative. Calder premiership player 2010. Averaged 24 disposals and 9 contested possessions a game.

 

Click here to see Brandon Ellis in action 

 

Tom Sheridan – Calder Cannons

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

185

76

28/10/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

15

6

11

 

2011 Honours

TAC Cup Team of the Year

Vic Metro Representative

Calder Cannons Runner Up B&F

 

Midfielder who possess elite aerobic power.  Player with sound skill set and ability to find the ball and use it. Calder Cannons premiership player in 2010 and  captain in 2011. U16 and U18 Metro Representative. On average for the Calder Cannons was no. 1 handballer and clearance player

 

Click here to see Tom Sheridan in action

 

Clay Smith – Gippsland Power

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

180

78

5/11/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

12

17

9

 

2011 Honours

TAC Cup Team of the Year

Vic Country Representative

Under 18 National Championship All Australian 

Winner of Vic Country MVP award. For Gippsland Power averaged most contested possessions, 2nd most disposals.

Click here to see Clay Smith in action

 

Elliot Kavanagh - Western Jets

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

185

75

19/5/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

4

2

1

 

2011 Honours

Vic Metro Squad

 

Kavanagh has had an injury plagued season, but recruiters will still be reminded of his stellar 2010 season, where he was predicted to go high in the 2011 draft. 

Click here to see Elliott Kavanagh in action

 

Hayden Crozier – Eastern Ranges

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

185

68

24/12/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

12

13

7

 

2011 Honours

Vic Metro Representative

 

The quick Ranges forward rose to prominence literally at the National Championships with his string heeled marking ability.

 

Click here to see Hayden Crozier in action

 

Sebastian Ross – North Ballarat Rebels

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

187

83

5/07/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

12

5

8

 

2011 Honours

Vic Country Representative 

Averaged over 20 possessions a game this season for the Rebels, and is the cousin of Jobe Watson. 

Click here to see Sebastian Ross in action

 

 

Todd Elton - Dandenong Stingrays

 

Height

Weight

D.O.B

197

92

29/4/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

9

9

3

 

2011 Honours

Vic Country Representative

 

Elton has a great leap and is strong overhead as a forward.

 

Click here to see Todd Elton in action

 

Sam Kerridge - Bendigo Pioneers

Height

Weight

D.O.B

188

86

26/4/1993

 

TAC Cup Season

Games

Goals

Best

16

19

14

 

2011 Honours

Vic Country Squad

 

Kerridge averaged over 20 disposals a game this year for the Pioneers, and the versatile player can play in the middle, or be pushed forward. Showed great leadership as captain this year for Bendigo as well. 

Click here to see Sam Kerridge in action




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