13 Jason Carter

Height
182cm
Weight
75kg
Birthday
January 11, 2000

 

STRENGTHS: Speed, skill, smarts, agility
IMPROVEMENTS: Accumulation, contested possessions

 

SUMMARY: One of the most exciting prospects in this year’s draft, Carter first burst onto the scene when he kicked the goal of the 2016 AFL U16s Championships – where he gathered the ball on the defensive flank and ran the length of the field to kick it. The following year, Carter suffered a knee injury ruling him out for the season and in 2018 he transferred from Claremont to Peel, and the move paid dividends. In 12 games for Peel, he averaged 16 possessions, four marks and four tackles, with some outstanding performances coming against East Fremantle (22 possessions, five marks and four tackles) and Perth (23 possessions, seven marks, six inside 50s and five tackles). For Western Australia, he averaged 13 possessions, four marks and three tackles as an attacking rebounding defender, with his best game coming against the Allies (14 possessions, four marks, three tackles and two clearances). At his best Carter uses his speed, skill and smarts to penetrate his way through the opposition’s defensive zone and find teammates in better positions.

Under 18s Championships

SeasonTeamKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGMKHDMHOTGDC Points
2017Western Australia000000000000000000000
2018Western Australia19183713102980232036.36.012.34.30.02.70.049
Total-19183713102980232036.36.012.34.30.02.70.049

Career Total

SeasonKHBDMCPUPTHOCLRI50R50GLGMKHDMHOTGDC Points
2017000000000000000000000
201819183713102980232036.36.012.34.30.02.70.049
Total19183713102980232036.36.012.34.30.02.70.049