42 Jai Nanscawen

Height
184cm
Weight
78kg
Current Team
Dandenong Stingrays, Vic Country
Birthday
March 31, 2000

 

STRENGTHS: Endurance, scoreboard impact, goal sense, game smarts
IMPROVEMENTS: Consistency, accumulation

SUMMARY: Jai Nanscawen’s top-age year was ruined by injury just as it was about to get started. He booted six goals in a match-winning effort against Gippsland Power in Morwell early in the year, then made Vic Country, but could not get on the park in the end. The small forward has the game smarts and goal sense inside 50 to be a damaging prospect, and he has shown an ability to hit the scoreboard and slot big numbers. He does have inconsistency at times, and like any small forward does not win a heap of the ball, but his endurance is what sets him apart from others in his same position. In pre-season testing for the TAC Cup, he recorded a 21.3 on the yo-yo test which is very impressive and showed that potentially he could move into the midfield in the future. It will just depend how much clubs rated him pre-injury and how much the injury has affected his draft chances.

NAB League

SeasonTeamKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGames playedKHDMHOTG
2017Dandenong Stingrays9810420226991034002033329166.16.512.61.60.02.51.8
2018Dandenong Stingrays1512275151231240735.04.09.01.70.31.02.3
2019Dandenong Stingrays00000000000000000000
Total-113116229311141154312237336195.96.112.11.60.12.31.9

Under 18s Championships

SeasonTeamKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGames playedKHDMHOTG
2018Vic Country00000000000000000000
Total-00000000000000000000

Career Total

SeasonKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGames playedKHDMHOTG
20179810420226991034002033329166.16.512.61.60.02.51.8
20181512275151231240735.04.09.01.70.31.02.3
201900000000000000000000
Total113116229311141154312237336195.96.112.11.60.12.31.9