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AFL Draft Camp Results 2012 State Screening

Sports enthusiasts and AFL fans, get ready to dive into the exciting fitness test results from the State Screening part of the 2012 AFL draft camp. In this article, we’ll explore the standout performances, compare the state screening results to the national draft camp, and highlight some impressive displays of speed, agility, and endurance. Let’s take a closer look at the top performers from Western Australia, South Australia, and Victoria.

Selected Results – WA (14 Oct, 2012)

Shane Nelson, the talented midfielder from West Perth, stole the show at the WA Combine. He wowed the crowd with exceptional times in the 20m sprint (2.82sec), agility test (7.85sec), and repeat sprints (24.31sec). Max Duffy, from East Fremantle, also impressed with a remarkable combination of speed and endurance, completing the 20m sprint in 2.94sec and achieving a 14.2 beep test score. Additionally, Mack Byron-Pendergast, the ruckman from East Fremantle colts, showcased his skills with an impressive standing vertical jump (80cm) and running vertical jump (87cm).

Selected Results – SA

In Adelaide’s State Combine, Harrison Gill of Glenelg gave a standout performance. Gill finished near the top in the 20m sprint, agility test, standing vertical leap, and the beep test. His agility time of 8.2 seconds would have placed him second at the recent NAB AFL Draft Combine at Etihad Stadium. Similarly, his 20m sprint time of 2.85 seconds would have secured him a third-place finish. Jake Liston from North Adelaide impressed with a 14.7 beep test score, while Sam Underwood matched Gill’s 2.85-second 20m sprint. Brad Hartman also caught the eye with an 8.15-second agility test and a 2.95-second 20m sprint. Even Kaiden Brand, a tall ruckman at 198cm, demonstrated his speed with a sprint time of 2.93 seconds.

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Selected Results – VIC

In Victoria, the tests conducted included the 20-meter sprint, vertical jump (standing and running), agility test, repeat sprint test, beep test, body composition test, and psychological testing. The participants, consisting of Victorian, Tasmanian, Queensland (7 players), and NSW/ACT invitees, showcased their skills at Etihad Stadium. Tom Fields caught everyone’s attention with a remarkable 20m sprint time of 2.85 seconds, which would have placed him in the top 3 at the National combine testing. Blake Grewar, Josh Smith, and Scott Clouston displayed impressive endurance in the Shuttle Run (Beep Test), all achieving a score of 14.2.

Here are the top 3 performances for a few of the tests:

  • 20 Meter Sprint

    1. Tom Fields – 2.85 secs
    2. Scott Clouston – 3.08 secs
    3. Jamie Skennar – 3.13 secs
  • Agility Test

    1. Scott Clouston – 8.27 secs
    2. Tom Fields – 8.42 secs
    3. Jamie Skennar – 8.56 secs
  • Beep Test

    1. Blake Grewar – 14.2
    2. Scott Clouston – 14.2
    3. Josh Smith – 14.2

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Q: What were the top performances at the 2012 AFL Draft Camp State Screening?

A: Some of the standout performances at the 2012 AFL Draft Camp State Screening included Shane Nelson’s exceptional results in the 20m sprint, agility test, and repeat sprints. Harrison Gill also impressed with his agility, sprint, and beep test scores. Tom Fields showcased his speed in the 20m sprint, and Blake Grewar, Scott Clouston, and Josh Smith displayed remarkable endurance in the Beep Test.

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Q: Where were the state screenings held for the 2012 AFL Draft Camp?

A: The state screenings for the 2012 AFL Draft Camp were held in Western Australia, South Australia, and Victoria.


The 2012 AFL Draft Camp State Screening provided a thrilling showcase of athleticism and talent. Standout performers from Western Australia, South Australia, and Victoria displayed impressive results in various fitness tests. From Shane Nelson’s exceptional speed and agility to Harrison Gill’s well-rounded performance, these athletes demonstrated their potential. Tom Fields, Blake Grewar, Scott Clouston, and Josh Smith also left their mark with remarkable scores. Stay tuned for more updates as these promising players continue their football journeys.

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