Darcy Tucker provided an update on his role for the 2022 season, he will be predominantly playing through the midfield.
Tucker spoke with media on Friday, he provided further details on his role.
“In the match simulation so far I have been playing on-ball, which has been really good.”
“But speaking to JL, I do need that flexibility roles as a lot of our mids do.”
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“Been working on my wing stuff and midfield craft as well,”
“When it comes season time, we’ll just see how the team flexibility goes and see where I can play.”
“But I do see myself around the ball and on the wing, playing a bit of both of that this year.” Tucker said.
He averaged 17.0 Disposals, 4.0 Marks & 1.8 Tackles from 16 games in 2021.
Fantasy Impact: Darcy Tucker averaged 61.3pts from 16 games in 2021, his season was impact by injury.
He scored a season high 111pts against Gold Coast in Round 13.
The midfield usage for Tucker will be strong this season, with the loss of Adam Cerra there are centre bounces available which should be absorbed by Tucker, Will Brodie and a core group of young mids.
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Tucker is likely a pass in season long fantasy at Round 1, there is upside scoring potential available but there are likely better options at a lower salary that can provide a better ROI.
He’s a late round speculative option in single season draft leagues.