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On 3/20/2023 at 8:09 PM, dazzledavey36 said:

Just an update on Kynan Brown and a little bit of Noah Yze.

A contact within Murray bushrangers attended the Oakleigh Chargers practice match on the weekend against Sandringham. He's an opposition club scout.

His opinion was he thought Kynan was close to BOG for the chargers playing as a midfielder. Was quite impressive around the stoppages and showed a high level of grunt and speed as well.

He reckons he'll push himself into top 20 draft calculations if he keeps this form consistent all year.

Noah Yze also played as a bottom ager and he reckons he showed some really exciting traits and little bit of X factor at times throughout the game.

Played forward majority of the game and he reckons he's a genuine watch for 2024.

I have to admit you are becoming a better poster I may have to take you off my ignore list. That's great news.

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9 hours ago, Dee-licious said:

I was hoping #3 was Brown but worried it was Lorenz. My take away so far (watching on and off) is that his tank seems to be much more developed than the other mids and seems to be ready to “hunt” it more than others. I thought Oakleigh’s clearance game suffered when he wasn’t in there. 
 

I thought #15 was a top ager (Yze is bottom age). His kicking and vision are afl level and while skinny, he looks like he stands up to the older boys. I also thought you could see he has been in a program (or at least his dad is coaching him). His half forward running is fantastic. Up and down a lot of unrewarded running  and doesn’t get sucked into the content. Set up a beautiful goal before half time where he ran into space, lost his man, and instead of blazing for goal he put a pass out in front of Oakleighs key forward who had no choice but to run to the ball as it “Drew” him in. It’s only one half - but if I was picking players I would want to be drafted to Melbourne - they’d be in my top 5 I’ve seen today. 

Is there a replay to be found at the game?

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Kynan had a solid game today picking up 23 disposals and kicked 1.1

Watched the whole game today and all I will say is that Melbourne fans will be excited when he officially becomes a Dee. 

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9 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Kynan had a solid game today picking up 23 disposals and kicked 1.1

Watched the whole game today and all I will say is that Melbourne fans will be excited when he officially becomes a Dee. 

Daz, is he bigger than dad or about the same?

His dad was as courageous a player as you would see.

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9 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Kynan had a solid game today picking up 23 disposals and kicked 1.1

Watched the whole game today and all I will say is that Melbourne fans will be excited when he officially becomes a Dee. 

Can you please compare him to a current player please? Someone in the top 30 players in the comp. Ta.

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8 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Daz, is he bigger than dad or about the same?

His dad was as courageous a player as you would see.

About the same. Young Kynan is a hard nut though. Played majority of the game on ball and more forward in the last quarter. He's an in and under who's got a good burst of speed out of the stoppages.

6 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Can you please compare him to a current player please? Someone in the top 30 players in the comp. Ta.

Honestly he's like a cleaner and quicker version of Jack Viney. Sometimes I even see Josh Daicos as well with how nimble he can be around stoppages.

He's a left footer at similar height. One thing that caught me by surprise watching him was his vision and awareness especially going inside 50.

There were times I thought he was going to blaze away when he would burst out of stoppages but he lowered his eyes and would hit up the leading forward. His ball use is very clean and certainly won't have any issues with delivering the footy inside 50 or around the ground in general. 

Really intrigued to see how he's goes this year especially when the under 18's championships start.

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

About the same. Young Kynan is a hard nut though. Played majority of the game on ball and more forward in the last quarter. He's an in and under who's got a good burst of speed out of the stoppages.

Honestly he's like a cleaner and quicker version of Jack Viney. Sometimes I even see Josh Daicos as well with how nimble he can be around stoppages.

He's a left footer at similar height. One thing that caught me by surprise watching him was his vision and awareness especially going inside 50.

There were times I thought he was going to blaze away when he would burst out of stoppages but he lowered his eyes and would hit up the leading forward. His ball use is very clean and certainly won't have any issues with delivering the footy inside 50 or around the ground in general. 

Really intrigued to see how he's goes this year especially when the under 18's championships start.

Thank you, I will hold you to this comparison until the robots take over.

So another 6 years…

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3 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

About the same. Young Kynan is a hard nut though. Played majority of the game on ball and more forward in the last quarter. He's an in and under who's got a good burst of speed out of the stoppages.

Honestly he's like a cleaner and quicker version of Jack Viney. Sometimes I even see Josh Daicos as well with how nimble he can be around stoppages.

He's a left footer at similar height. One thing that caught me by surprise watching him was his vision and awareness especially going inside 50.

There were times I thought he was going to blaze away when he would burst out of stoppages but he lowered his eyes and would hit up the leading forward. His ball use is very clean and certainly won't have any issues with delivering the footy inside 50 or around the ground in general. 

Really intrigued to see how he's goes this year especially when the under 18's championships start.

Applying my MFCSS I wonder how long it will take the AFL to change the F/S rule to stop us getting Brown, Yze and White and then to change it back again.

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3 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Applying my MFCSS I wonder how long it will take the AFL to change the F/S rule to stop us getting Brown, Yze and White and then to change it back again.

I can't see them personally changing the F/S. 

I think where it's set now in terms of games qualifications is perfect imo.

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On 3/27/2023 at 7:47 AM, Redleg said:

His dad was as courageous a player as you would see.

The term "Kamakaze" springs to mind!  Seem to recall that when he first started, he would constantly throw himself in with such gay abandon that he would invariably get himself injured, and miss the following week.

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20 minutes ago, layzie said:

Could he be our Nick Daicos?

Both Daicos brothers and the Brown brothers (and the Silvagni brothers too) started out at the same junior footy club, obviously not in the same teams given the age differences.

Things can change with age, but from what I understand the Daicos boys always looked like they were going to make it and the Browns were not at a similar level of obvious talent.

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On 3/28/2023 at 2:09 PM, Vagg said:

The term "Kamakaze" springs to mind!  Seem to recall that when he first started, he would constantly throw himself in with such gay abandon that he would invariably get himself injured, and miss the following week.

And yet still went on to have children. Nathan 'Doggy' Brown we salute you.

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Has been named to play for the Vic Metro side in the Young guns game against U20s who have missed out on recent drafts, good chance to once again face some slightly bigger bodies and put his name in front of a crowd full of recruiters.

On 4/28/2023 at 11:48 AM, Dee Boys said:

For those with a spare arvo before tomorrow night’s game, Kynan is playing VAFA B grade footy at Como Park at 2.00 for the Ogs (who his old man coaches) v Fitzroy. Will report back post game.

Did we hear back about how he went?

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17 hours ago, Turner said:

Has been named to play for the Vic Metro side in the Young guns game against U20s who have missed out on recent drafts, good chance to once again face some slightly bigger bodies and put his name in front of a crowd full of recruiters.

Did we hear back about how he went?

Did a couple of nice things but didn’t stand out.

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