Tuesday, 28 May 2024

AFL Combine Results 2017 State Screening

Welcome to Auralpressure! Today, we are diving into the exciting world of AFL Combine Results. In this article, we will be discussing the top results from the State Screening part of the 2017 AFL draft combine. If you’re a fan of Australian rules football or just curious about the fitness testing process, you’re in for a treat. So, let’s jump right in!

Top Results from Victoria

Let’s start by highlighting some impressive performances from Victoria:

20m Sprint

  • Nick Hind (Essendon VFL) – 2.92 seconds
  • Alex Boyse (Essendon VFL) – 2.98 seconds
  • Oskar Baker (Aspley) – 2.98 seconds
  • Dylan Landt (Calder Cannons) – 2.99 seconds
  • Dane Hollenkamp (Geelong Falcons) – 3.01 seconds

Agility Test

  • Harrison Gunther (Glenorchy) – 8.22 seconds
  • Callum Porter (Gippsland Power) – 8.25 seconds
  • Connor Nutting (Gold Coast Academy) – 8.29 seconds
  • Nick Hind (Essendon VFL) – 8.36 seconds
  • Dylan Landt (Calder Cannons) – 8.37 seconds

Standing Vertical Jump

  • Jy Lane (Murray Bushrangers) – 83cm
  • Alex Boyse (Essendon VFL) – 79cm
  • Oskar Baker (Aspley) – 73cm
  • Tom Boyd (Murray Bushrangers) – 73cm
  • Joel Amartey (Sandringham Dragons) – 72cm

Running Vertical Jump

  • Jy Lane (Murray Bushrangers) – 100cm
  • Kai Owens (Sandringham Dragons) – 93cm
  • Joel Amartey (Sandringham Dragons) – 90cm
  • Connor Nutting (Gold Coast Academy) – 88cm
  • Cooper Stephens (Geelong Falcons) – 87cm

Yo-Yo Test

  • Brett Bewley (Williamstown) – 22.1 level
  • Cooper Stephens (Geelong Falcons) – 21.4 level
  • Seb Williams (Sandringham Dragons) – 21.4 level
  • Max Dreher (Northern Knights) – 21.4 level
  • Tom Murphy (Dandenong Stingrays) – 21.2 level
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Top Results from Western Australia

Moving on to Western Australia, let’s take a look at some standout performances:

20m Sprint

  • Brandon Starcevich (East Perth) – 2.87 seconds
  • Liam Ryan (Subiaco) – 2.89 seconds
  • Chris Scott (East Fremantle) – 2.90 seconds

Agility Test

  • Christian Ameduri (East Perth) – 7.89 seconds
  • Aaron Redhead (East Perth) – 7.91 seconds
  • Brandon Starcevich (East Perth) – 8.08 seconds

Yo-Yo Test

  • Zac Langdon (Claremont) – 21.8 level
  • Matt Guelfi (Claremont) – 21.7 level
  • Liam Baker (Subiaco) – 21.5 level
  • Lachlan Mitchell (Peel) – 21.5 level
  • Christian Ameduri (East Perth) – 21.5 level

Standing Vertical Jump

  • Bailey Banfield (Claremont) – 87cm
  • Zac Langdon (Claremont) – 74cm
  • Zareth Roe (Perth) – 73cm

Running Vertical Jump

  • Bailey Banfield (Claremont) – 92cm
  • Brandon Starcevich (East Perth) – 91cm
  • Matt Guelfi (Claremont) – 81cm
  • Zac Langdon (Claremont) – 81cm

Top Results from South Australia

Last but not least, let’s showcase some remarkable performances from South Australia:

20m Sprint

  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – 2.92 seconds
  • Josh Smithson (West) – 2.92 seconds
  • Dom Barry (Glenelg) – 2.93 seconds
  • Stefan Giro (Norwood) – 2.93 seconds
  • Liam Denton (Glenelg) – 2.97 seconds

Standing Vertical Jump

  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – 81cm
  • Brodie Carroll (Norwood) – 74cm
  • Josh Smithson (West) – 73cm
  • Stefan Giro (Norwood) – 73cm
  • Bryce Denham (North) – 73cm

Running Vertical Jump – Right Hand

  • Brandon Zerk-Thatcher (Sturt) – 95cm
  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – 91cm
  • Brodie Carroll (Norwood) – 87cm
  • Stefan Giro (Norwood) – 85cm
  • Oscar Chapman (North) – 84cm

Running Vertical Jump – Left Hand

  • Jake Weidemann (Eagles) – 90cm
  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – 89cm
  • Josh Smithson (West) – 88cm
  • Brandon Zerk-Thatcher (Sturt) – 87cm
  • Bryce Denham (North) – 85cm
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Agility Test

  • Brodie Carroll (Norwood) – 7.92 seconds
  • Dom Barry (Glenelg) – 8.06 seconds
  • Josh Smithson (West) – 8.14 seconds
  • Stefan Giro (Norwood) – 8.21 seconds
  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – 8.26 seconds

Running Yo-Yo Test

  • Stefan Giro (Norwood) – Level 22.3
  • Brodie Carroll (Norwood) – Level 21.6
  • Jake Weidemann (Eagles) – Level 21.6
  • Mitch Crowden (Sturt) – Level 21.3
  • Harry Petty (Norwood) – Level 21.2

FAQs

Q: What is the AFL Combine?

A: The AFL Combine is an annual event where prospective Australian rules football players showcase their skills and fitness levels to potential recruiters and teams.

Q: How are the fitness tests conducted?

A: Fitness tests in the AFL Combine cover various aspects such as sprinting, agility, vertical jumping, and endurance. These tests help assess an athlete’s physical abilities and potential for success in the sport.

Q: Why are the State Screening results different from the national combine?

A: The State Screening combines have a shorter timeframe compared to the national combine, which allows for only one day of testing. This difference can impact the overall results.

Q: Where can I find more information about the AFL Combine?

A: For more detailed information about the AFL Combine, you can visit the official Auralpressure website here.

Conclusion

In this article, we explored some of the top results from the State Screening part of the 2017 AFL draft combine. It’s truly impressive to see the athleticism and talent on display. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or simply curious about the world of Australian rules football, these results provide a fascinating glimpse into the physical abilities of these young athletes. Remember to visit the official Auralpressure website here for more AFL-related content and updates.

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We hope you enjoyed this article as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you!

SOURCES: Results as published on AFL.com and elsewhere online.