Greg Clark is progressing well this pre-season according to West Coast senior coach Adam Simpson.
Clark was recruited from Subiaco and was selected at pick 62 in the 2021 AFL Draft by the Eagles.
Simpson praised the maturity of the 24 year old while admitting a senior debut as his next challenge.
“He went pretty hard pretty early, not quite your standard draftee who you’ve got to manage through pre-Christmas.”
“He came in hot!”
AFL News on Twitter @aflratings “He probably over did it a little bit with his body just adapting to the program, he’s settling really well.”
“His maturity probably off-field is impressive as it is on because of his experience and knowledge,”
“He’s picked up things we do at AFL level really quickly, now it’s about opportunity and making the most of it.”
GAME DAY LIVE on Twitter @aflratings_Live “He’s got the first step done of getting on a list, now it’s getting a senior game is his next challenge.” Simpson said.
Clark averaged 27.1 Disposals, 5.0 Marks & 6.8 Tackles from 19 games in the WAFL last season.
Fantasy Impact: Greg Clark remains on track over the pre-season if opportunities are available early in the season at AFL level.
His scoring rate would be decent if he can secure any type of midfield role.
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Clark is a strong consideration if he is named for his AFL debut in season long fantasy, he should easily exceed value.
He could be an option at the midway point in single season draft leagues, however a secure spot in the midfield rotation would be required.
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