SFC 2015: Draft Watch

WA U18s captain Greg Clark and mature aged Lions Sam Menegola and Shane Yarran are expected to attract interest in the AFL Draft and will stake their claims at the combines.

Greg Clark was one of eight West Australians invited to the National Combine in Melbourne and tested strongly against the countries best talent.
The youngster led West Australia in the National Champions and looked the part in two league games for Subiaco in 2015.

Lions premiership players Menegola and Yarran were invited to the local combine after leaving the season on a high note.

Menegola was previously rookie listed at Hawthorn and Fremantle but struggled to break into either fold. After a blistering WAFL season and a 3rd place Sandover finish the 24 year old has the attention of recruiters.

Yarran garnered interest in his first season at Subi but was surprisingly overlooked. The mercurial forward used the disappointment to come back bigger and better in 2015 and the athletic forward found another gear. In a barnstorming year Yarran represented the indigenous All-Stars, won a Bernie Naylor Medal (WAFL Leading Goal-Kicker) and starred in his second WAFL Grand Final. 
Greg Clark was Subiaco’s sole selection in the WA U18’s National Squad and stood tall at the State Nationals. The 18-year-old midfielder was named captain of WA before July’s state competition and displayed maturity and leadership against the countries best. 
Clark earned his senior debut for the Lions in Round 18 and gathered 17 disposals against Perth on the wing. Standing at 193cm Greg Clark fits the build of the modern midfielder and has shown the ability to play outside and inside. 

Menegola signed with Subiaco for season 2015 after he was delisted by Fremantle. The 23 year old overcame a frustrating injury set-back before bursting out of the blocks in Round 11. Menegola thrived in the midfield and was quickly regarded as one of the best ball winners in the competition. 
The athletic midfielder also proved dangerous around goals kicking 21 from 14 games in 2015. Menegola averaged 27 disposals a game and finished third in the Sandover Medal despite only playing 12 games. 



Yarran took his game to another level after being overlooked in the 2014 AFL Draft. The 26-year-old goal shark started the season fast kicking 30 in 7 games. Yarran finished with 46 goals from 17 games to win the Bernie Naylor Medal for the WAFL’s leading goal kicker. 
The South Mandurah product also shone brightly in WAFL Grand Final 131 kicking five goals in his second premiership outing. Yarran has displayed elite speed and an electric presence around the football.  

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