Break Out Contender ?
During the 2012 season we all jumped on this young back pocket as he provided great cover and made us all some very nice coin.
After three years in the system the signs look good, not only for Crouching Ones tigers but for us Supercoach lovers.
After moving to the midfield group for the 2013 & 2014 seasons his fantasy relevance is on an upward trend.
|Games last season:||22|
|Average last season:||96.9|
|100+ games last season:||11|
|Sub 80 games last season:||6|
|Price range last season:||$376k-542k|
|Missed games last season:||0|
|Significant history:||2012 – 21 games – 0x 100+ Sc – 17x sub 80 – season av. 56.1
2013 – 20 games – 7x 100+ Sc – 10x sub 80 – season av. 81.6
2014 – 22 games – 11x 100+ Sc – 6x sub 80 – season av. 96.9
Going into his 4th year stats are all on the up but history shows everybody has a down year at some point.
Wont make much money so i would be picking him as a lower priced midfield PoD to look at a possible upgrade a bit like marc murphy was to many in 2014.
- Kicks more than handballs
- Is efficient (76% career)
- Durable (played 63/66 plus 2 finals)
- Needs to kick more goals
- Is a likely to be a mid only
If he was M/D again then he would be a huge LOCK! With only 8 mid spots available however, he is on my short list of starters and budget will be the final decider.
What’s your call on Brandon Ellis in 2015?
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