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A potential difference-maker who oozes X-factor, Paul Curtis has the agility, nous and goal sense of a small forward, while his 183cm frame presents a different headache for opposition defences.

While he usually operates as a stay-at-home forward, his combination of clean hands and natural evasion could see him move further up the ground and play either wing or midfield roles should the need arise.

With 14 goals from NAB League games in 2021, Curtis demonstrated the ability to hit the scoreboard game-in, game-out. He was held goalless only once across the campaign, with his four-goal third quarter against Sandringham suggesting a knack for breaking games open.

Kangaroos coach David Noble has made clear he values defensive ability and tackling pressure in his forwards, and after averaging 3.7 tackles per game in his draft year, it’s clear Curtis fits that mould.

Not the only elite athlete in his family, Curtis’ mother represented Tonga at the Commonwealth Games, giving him a glimpse into the dedication and strength required to make it to the biggest stage.

Consistency and fitness are, by his own admission, his biggest areas of improvement as he moves into the elite AFL environment. Should he take that next step, he could prove to be one of the most exciting natural forwards in his draft class.
Paul Curtis
A potential difference-maker who oozes X-factor, Paul Curtis has the agility, nous and goal sense of a small forward, while his 183cm frame presents a different headache for opposition defences.

While he usually operates as a stay-at-home forward, his combination of clean hands and natural evasion could see him move further up the ground and play either wing or midfield roles should the need arise.

With 14 goals from NAB League games in 2021, Curtis demonstrated the ability to hit the scoreboard game-in, game-out. He was held goalless only once across the campaign, with his four-goal third quarter against Sandringham suggesting a knack for breaking games open.

Kangaroos coach David Noble has made clear he values defensive ability and tackling pressure in his forwards, and after averaging 3.7 tackles per game in his draft year, it’s clear Curtis fits that mould.

Not the only elite athlete in his family, Curtis’ mother represented Tonga at the Commonwealth Games, giving him a glimpse into the dedication and strength required to make it to the biggest stage.

Consistency and fitness are, by his own admission, his biggest areas of improvement as he moves into the elite AFL environment. Should he take that next step, he could prove to be one of the most exciting natural forwards in his draft class.
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