Who has the Most Potential?
There are plenty of players that have potential. It’s what they do with that potential that matters. Who has the most potential from every team to grow as a player in Season 2020?
Adelaide Crows to Fremantle Dockers
Adelaide Crows- The Crows traded Sam Jacobs, which should mean that there will be less pressure on O’Brien to hold his place in the team.
Brisbane Lions- If Round 1 is any indication then Eric Hipwood will improve the most.
Carlton Blues- Sam Petrevski-Seton has plenty of potential.
Collingwood Magpies- Tom Phillips can become more highly thought than he is as he usually plays his role with little fuss.
Essendon Bombers- Jacob Townsend needs to replicate his Round 1 display in order to fulfill his potential.
Fremantle Dockers- Rory Lobb can take a mark.
Geelong Cats to North Melbourne Kangaroos
Geelong Cats- If Sam Menegola can become a regular in the Geelong Cats best 22 he will show why he is a mature aged recruit.
Gold Coast Suns- Hugh Greenwood has unrivalled potential at the Gold Coast Suns.
Greater Western Sydney Giants- Josh Kelly can become an elite player if he can stay injury free.
Hawthorn Hawks- Ricky Henderson has the potential to become the Hawks most important player.
Melbourne Demons- Ed Langdon will benefit from a change of club.
North Melbourne Kangaroos- Jed Anderson can show what a good player he is.
Port Adelaide Power to Western Bulldogs
Port Adelaide Power- Scott Lycett will relish being the Power’s number 1 ruckman.
Richmond Tigers- Kane Lambert can force his way into the Tigers midfield.
St Kilda Saints- Jade Gresham can become the Saints most valuable player.
Sydney Swans- Jordan Dawson can display what a good player he is and how versatile he is in Season 2020.
West Coast Eagles- Andrew Gaff can win the Brownlow Medal if his performance in Round 1 of Season 2020 was any indication.
Western Bulldogs- Tim English will be the number 1 ruckman for the Bulldogs.