20 Brayden Ham

Height
181cm
Weight
69kg
Birthday
April 25, 1999

STRENGTHS: Speed, agility, endurance, vertical leap, high impact per possession, versatility
IMPROVEMENTS: Inside game, kicking consistency

SUMMARY: If there is a TAC Cup player flying under the radar heading into November, then Brayden Ham would have to be a candidate for that role. He finished second in the Geelong Falcons’ Best and Fairest behind Sam Walsh, and has some incredible eye-catching traits. He did predominantly play outside and his kicking can be inconsistent at times, but his athleticism across the board – speed, agility, endurance and vertical leap – would be close to the best in the draft crop. Furthermore, Ham has that ability to influence a contest without having to rack up huge numbers. He played in multiple areas and seemed to have the biggest impact playing at half-forward, but was also tasked with the kick-out duties as well.

NAB League Boys

SeasonTeamKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGMKHDMHOTGDC
2017Geelong Falcons95781733461106310714251146.85.612.42.40.02.20.145
2018Geelong Falcons188872759194176451235830221611.85.417.25.70.12.81.485
Total-28316544812515528276130725523309.45.514.94.20.02.50.8130

Results

(Elimination Final)
Ikon Park

(WC Round)
MARS Stadium

(Round 16)
MARS Stadium

(Round 15)
MARS Stadium

(Round 14)
Queen Elizabeth Oval

(Round 13)
Central Reserve (Colac)

(Round 12)
MARS Stadium

(Round 10)
Avalon Airport Oval

(Round 9)
Avalon Airport Oval

(Round 8)
Shepley Oval

(Round 6)

(Round 5)
Rams Arena

(Round 4)
Avalon Airport Oval

(Round 3)
Queen Elizabeth Oval

(Round 2)
GMHBA Stadium

(Round 1)
GMHBA Stadium

MARS Stadium

Morwell Recreational Reserve

MARS Stadium

Central Reserve (Colac)

Trevor Barker Oval

Queen Elizabeth Oval

Central Reserve (Colac)

GMHBA Stadium

Burbank Oval

Warrawee Park

Bayswater Oval

Queen Elizabeth Oval

GMHBA Stadium

GMHBA Stadium