2021 NAB AFL Draft: Brisbane Lions

16. Darcy Wilmot

Northern Knights, NAB League / Montmorency FC / Hazelglen College

State: Victoria Metro

Height: 183cm

Weight: 75lg

Date of Birth: 16/05/03

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Medium defender with natural power and agility whose intercept marking is a real feature of his game. Very strong contested ball winner who uses the ball well in rebounding for his team. Played seven games for the Northern Knights, averaging 15.1 disposals and often was involved in 60-metre plays. Another player to shine in Victoria Metro's impressive win over Victoria Country at under-19s level in July, and rewarded for his overall form with selection in the NAB League Team of the Year

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20. Kai Lohmann

GWV Rebels, NAB League / Lake Wendoree FC/ St Pats

State: Victoria (Country)

Height: 185cm

Weight: 77kg

Date of Birth: 06/05/03

Medium forward with mercurial ability in the air and around goals, using his pace and agility to create opportunities. A competitive type, he has some of the traits of Isaac Heeney with the ability to make something out of nothing up forward with that real X-factor in the air. Missed the Victoria Country Under-19s match with injury, he played nine matches for the Rebels this year, averaging 15.3 disposals, 4.7 marks and almost a goal a game. His impressive combination of speed (2.99 seconds for 20 metres) and endurance (six minutes 19 seconds for 2km) stood out at the Victorian Country Combine, highlighting his athletic prowess.

GWV Rebels' Kai Lohmann kicks for goal against Dandenong Stingrays on April 11, 2021. Picture: AFL Photos

41. James Tunstill 

East Perth, WAFL / Bussellton JFC / Bunbury Grammar School

State: Western Australia

Height: 187cm

Weight: 76kg

Date of Birth: 18/07/03

Powerful midfielder with exciting ability to accelerate out of stoppages using his clean hands and neat skills to provide opportunities for his forwards. A player with a good balance between winning contested and uncontested ball, he has some of the traits of Carlton recruit Adam Cerra and this season has been a dominate player at Under-18s level in the WAFL, playing 15 matches and averaging 21.9 disposals (11 contested) and 5.3 clearances. Strong performer for Western Australia at Under-19s level in three games against South Australia, averaging 17.3 disposals.

James Tunstill leads the way in the 2km time trial at the WA Draft Combine on October 17. Picture: AFL Photos

Rookie Draft

12. Cam Ellis-Yolmen