Let's take a look at Ed Langdon's 2021...
No. AFL games: 24
Disposals – 21.8 avg. (524 total)
Effective kicks – 8.8 (212 total)
Intercept possessions – 4.1 avg. (99 total)
Score involvements – 4.2 avg. (101 total)
Goals – 13 total
In 2020, Langdon had an impressive first season in the red and blue, averaging 20 disposals and finishing fourth in the club’s best and fairest award. The 25-year-old has further proven himself in 2021, comfortably settling into a role on the wing.
Langdon utilised his speed and endurance to demonstrate how much of an impact he can have across the ground, from defence (averaging 4.1 intercept possessions) to attack (averaging 4.2 score involvements and kicking 13 goals). One of Langdon’s top displays came in Round 10, where he had 27 disposals, six score involvements and two goals.
Returning to his original home ground of Optus Stadium for finals, Langdon was integral in Melbourne’s September campaign and sealed 2021 as a year to remember, walking away with a premiership medallion.