In a special off-season series, Richmond Media is dissecting the key 2020 season statistics of the 22 members of the Tigers’ triumphant premiership team (in guernsey number order). And Richmond great Matthew Richardson also is providing comments on each premiership player. We turn our attention today to No. 34, Jack Graham.
Kicks average: 6.9
Handballs average: 8.2
Disposals average: 15.1
Contested possessions average: 6.4
Uncontested possessions average: 8.9
Clearances average: 1.9
Stoppage clearances average: 1.5
Inside-50s average: 2.8
Marks average: 1.9
Intercepts average: 2.2
Score involvements average: 3.8
Tackles average: 4.5
Metres gained average: 210.6
Season statistical highs
Kicks: 12 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba and v Fremantle, Round 15, Metricon Stadium.
Handballs: 14 v Essendon, Round 13, TIO Stadium.
Disposals: 23 v Essendon, Round 13, TIO Stadium.
Contested possessions: 11 v Gold Coast, Round 12, Gabba.
Uncontested possessions: 14 v Essendon, Round 13, TIO Stadium.
Clearances: 4 v Essendon, Round 13, TIO Stadium.
Stoppage clearances: 3 v North Melbourne, Round 7, Metricon Stadium, v Gold Coast, Round 12, Gabba, v Geelong, Round 17, Metricon Stadium, v Adelaide, Round 18, Adelaide Oval and v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.
Inside-50s: 7 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.
Rebound-50s: 5 v Brisbane, qualifying final, Gabba and v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.
Marks: 5 v Hawthorn, Round 3, MCG.
Intercepts: 5 v Collingwood, Round 2, MCG and v Geelong, Grand Final, Gabba.
Score involvements: 10 v Essendon, Round 13, TIO Stadium.
Tackles: 9 v North Melbourne, Round 7, Metricon Stadium and v Brisbane, qualifying final, Gabba.
Metres gained: 404 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.
No. 1 for tackles.
Equal No. 4 for handballs.
“Another Tiger who had a breakout season in 2020. Gives everything out on the field and is always number one on the pressure stats. One part of his game that goes a bit unnoticed is his kicking to a leading forward inside 50. Weights his kicking to space perfectly. Started to get more of the ball as the year went on. Tough as nails. A further quality option in a midfield gaining more depth.”