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The second selection in the 2020 rookie draft, the most exciting parts of Patrick Walker’s game are his elite kick and large tank.

Equally as comfortable on the wing as the half-back flank, he played 16 games for Tasmania in its inaugural NAB League season, while also gaining some experience of senior football for North Hobart in the TSL.

2021: After a year full of development and improvement, Walker could consider himself unlucky not to have earned an AFL debut in 2021.

Named as an emergency for the Round 17 clash with West Coast, an ankle injury stopped his progression in its tracks, but that can’t take away from the strong VFL season he managed to put together.

Starting the year in the backline, Walker moved up to the wing midway through the season, and his ability to link play through the wide areas of the ground was crucial to the upturn in form of North’s VFL side.

His 25 disposals and 7 marks in the victory over Coburg was followed by 21 disposals against a strong, unbeaten Footscray side as he pressed his case for a senior call-up midway through the season.

His best performance of the season came in the Round 16 victory over Port Melbourne, where he collected 22 disposals and finished with a well-taken goal.

While the aforementioned ankle injury robbed him of any chance of a Round 23 debut, if Walker can continue his upwards trajectory then he will certainly put himself in the frame for senior selection in 2022.
Patrick Walker
The second selection in the 2020 rookie draft, the most exciting parts of Patrick Walker’s game are his elite kick and large tank.

Equally as comfortable on the wing as the half-back flank, he played 16 games for Tasmania in its inaugural NAB League season, while also gaining some experience of senior football for North Hobart in the TSL.

2021: After a year full of development and improvement, Walker could consider himself unlucky not to have earned an AFL debut in 2021.

Named as an emergency for the Round 17 clash with West Coast, an ankle injury stopped his progression in its tracks, but that can’t take away from the strong VFL season he managed to put together.

Starting the year in the backline, Walker moved up to the wing midway through the season, and his ability to link play through the wide areas of the ground was crucial to the upturn in form of North’s VFL side.

His 25 disposals and 7 marks in the victory over Coburg was followed by 21 disposals against a strong, unbeaten Footscray side as he pressed his case for a senior call-up midway through the season.

His best performance of the season came in the Round 16 victory over Port Melbourne, where he collected 22 disposals and finished with a well-taken goal.

While the aforementioned ankle injury robbed him of any chance of a Round 23 debut, if Walker can continue his upwards trajectory then he will certainly put himself in the frame for senior selection in 2022.
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