2021 NAB AFL Draft: West Coast Eagles

14. Campbell Chesser

Sandringham Dragons, NAB League / Lavington Panthers FC / Melbourne Grammar

State: Victoria (Metro)

Height: 186cm

Weight: 83kg

Date of Birth: 27/04/03

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Medium midfielder who can also use his line-breaking pace and long kicking to provide drive from defence. An All-Australian at Under-16s level in 2019, we only saw thin slices of his undoubted flare and athleticism in three NAB League games due to injury, averaging 18.3 disposals (14 uncontested) at 76 per cent efficiency. A state-ranked underage sprinter, he was appointed joint captain of Victoria Country Under-19s this year, underlying his leadership potential. Confirmed his overall athleticism with a 6 minute 20 second time for the 2km in Draft Combine Strava testing.

Ben Hobbs (left) and Campbell Chesser during the NAB AFL Academy training session on April 22, 2021. Picture: AFL Photos

31. Brady Hough

Peel Thunder, WAFL / Harvey FC

State: Western Australia

Height: 189cm

Weight: 71kg

Date of Birth: 05/03/03

Medium forward/wingman who covers the ground exceptionally well and is very composed under pressure with the football in hand. Very dangerous player around goals, he has averaged 22.2 disposals and 5.2 marks in 11 matches at Under-18s level this year as well as representing Western Australia at Under-19s level on three occasions, averaging 13 disposals. Starred on debut at league level for Peel in wing/defender role with 22 disposals and a goal showcasing his potential.  From a very sporting family with his mother having represented her state in basketball.

Brady Hough in action for WA during the NAB AFL U19 Championships game against SA in August 2021. Picture: Getty Images

37. Rhett Bazzo 

Swan Districts, WAFL / Guilford Grammar

State: Western Australia

Height: 194cm

Weight: 81kg

Date of Birth: 17/10/03

Tall defender/forward who has been a swingman this year at school and club level after winning All-Australian U16 honours in 2019 as a defender. Strong in defence for the Australian Under-18s Academy team against Geelong (VFL) in the annual AFL Challenge match, he then starred for Western Australia in the championships match against South Australia with 10 marks and 18 disposals to be one of the best afield across half-back. Played eight matches at under-18s level for Swan Districts and was a key player in defence in their premiership win this season. His father Steve played over 250 games in the WAFL, including some representative state football to help shape his son’s early career. A state representative in cricket at under-age level, football is now his focus with his contested and intercept marking - as well as his spoiling and ball use - his major weapons.

Rhett Bazzo in action during 2021 NAB AFL U19 Championships between Western Australia and South Australia at Lathlain Park. Picture: Supplied

57. Jack Williams 

East Fremantle FC, WAFL / Rossmoyne FC

State: Western Australia

Height: 195cm

Weight: 94kg

Date of Birth: 01/12/03

Tall forward who is constantly on the move and presenting as a marking target up forward for his team using his vice like grip in front and overhead to great effect. Been an outstanding player at Under 18s level in WAFL playing 15 matches and averaging 14.6 disposals, 5.9 marks and kicking 40 goals as well as being prominent for Western Australia in two of its wins over South Australia in the Under 19s matches being very prominent in final match with 16 disposals, taking 7 marks and kicking 2 goals to be among his side’s best players. A member of the NAB AFL Academy he also showed his AFL promise in representing Australia in a representative match against Geelong’s VFL team back in April.

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62. Greg Clark 

Subiaco/Sorrento Duncraig JFC

State: Western Australia

Height: 193cm

Weight: 94kg

Date of Birth: TBC, aged 24

A mature-age selection, Clark has impressed in his time in the WAFL, racking up 93 games at league level. A three-time premiership player with Subiaco, he was named best afield in the club's flag triumph this year after a 26-disposal, 14-tackle and two-goal effort. The bullocking midfielder is a former captain of Western Australia at under-18 level.

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