WHAT is the bonus of living with Marcus Bontempelli?
This year's potential No.1 pick Jamarra Ugle-Hagan moved in briefly with the Western Bulldogs' new skipper when he was training with the club last year.
The Dogs' Next Generation Academy member joins this week's Road to the Draft podcast to discuss what it was like training and living alongside the superstar midfielder.
Plus, he shares why he'll be wearing Bont's boots when games resume.
The talented tall forward, who is considered the leading contender for the top pick at this year's NAB AFL Draft, chats about his involvement with the Dogs, his aims for this year and how he's dealt with the suspension of the season.
Tune in for the latest in the world of the draft, trade and player movement space as draft expert Callum Twomey is joined by prospects, club list managers and recruiters and player managers for exclusive interviews.
0:30 – Ugle-Hagan describes what the shutdown period has meant for a draft prospect
1:45 – The "freak" teammate who could be a Richmond father-son at the end of this year
3:10 – The motivation behind Ugle-Hagan's brilliant fitness testing results in March
6:25 – How training at the Western Bulldogs has built up Ugle-Hagan's game
7:10 – The added bonus of living with Marcus Bontempelli
10:15 – Ugle-Hagan describes the game he played with his dad – and who played better
11:30 – The teenager chats about being compared to Lance Franklin
12:40 – What's it like being talked about as a possible No.1 pick?
14:05 – Why Ugle-Hagan wants to repay the Bulldogs' investment
15:45 – Who does this year's potential top pick barrack for?