Kennedy-Harris is an active player, who stays involved in games. He tackles well – averaging five a game for the Chargers this season – and that includes when he is stationed in attack or when fighting for the ball in the midfield. Almost half of his possessions in the carnival were won in contested situations. He provides run, and likes to take the game on, cutting past opponents and delivering the ball nicely. He has good vision, too, and regularly hits the target that might not be the most obvious one. He isn't a huge goalkicker but is smart around them, and can read the ball off the pack. Has rock-solid character, too.
The obvious one is his size and at 173cm, some clubs might have concerns. But it hasn't appeared to be too much of a hindrance whenever he's gone up a level. Kennedy-Harris actually has quite a strong upper body and isn't afraid to put it over the ball. He copped a big hit against Western Australia from Clem Smith – who knows how to lay a good hip and shoulder – but Kennedy-Harris shook it off and got back up.
Most likely to be picked in the 20s or 30s.
The draft isn't full of talented small forwards who can pinch-hit in the midfield, so Kennedy-Harris has value. Probably the best of his type, and will work hard to get the best out of himself.