James Jordon landed at Melbourne with pick No.33 in the 2018 National Draft and had a strong first season at VFL level.
He has spent a lot of time in defence in the early stages of the year, but has the potential to be a hard-working midfielder, and even push higher up the field.
The versatile youngster is a natural ball winner and is clean by foot.
Jordon will benefit from a full pre-season in the lead up to 2020, impressing with his endurance and eagerness to learn.
Key Stats & Performance
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Player performance throughout this season & their full career