FORMER steeplechaser Harry Sharp has set a new 2km time trial record at the Victorian NAB AFL Draft Combine on Saturday.
The Greater Western Victoria Rebels prospect underlined his athletic qualities with a brilliant run in the endurance test.
His time of 5 minutes 28 seconds smashed the record attained by Jay Rantall at last year's Draft Combine, when the now Collingwood midfielder ran 5:50 in the gruelling aerobic test.
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Saturday's Combine saw 30 Victorian prospects test at the Holden Centre in results that will be valuable for recruiters after their season was wiped out by COVID-19.
Collingwood Next Generation Academy prospect Reef McInnes starred in the 20-metre sprint, with the versatile midfielder clocking a time of 2.779 seconds.
It places him among the best-ever Combine times for the sprint test, however Saturday's results will not count in the historical data as there was a significant tailwind in the outdoor conditions on an athletics track. The AFL tested outdoors to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
Nevertheless McInnes’ result will be a reminder of the 192cm prospect's talents, with key forward Jamarra Ugle-Hagan running a time of 2.897 seconds.
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The 2km time trial will be counted historically.
Eddie Ford, a versatile forward, and Sam Berry, a hard-edged midfielder, tied in the vertical jump test at 94cm.
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Vic Metro NAB AFL Draft Combine results
2km time trial
Harry Sharp 5:28 minutes
Fraser Rodman 5:52
Liam Kolar 6:02
Nik Cox 6:03
Sam Berry 6:10
Reef McInnes 2.779 seconds
Max Holmes 2.801
Liam Kolar 2.870
Zavier Maher 2.887
Fraser Rosman 2.896
Jamarra Ugle-Hagan 2.897
Running vertical jump
Eddie Ford 94cm
Sam Berry 94
Archie Perkins 92
Jake Bowey 89
Jamarra Ugle-Hagan 86
Liam McMahon 86