We rank AFL Club’s No.1 Tall Forward, 1-18 for the 2017 season.
18 Matthew Taberner
Emerged as a potential key forward with another strong season, highlighted by a five-goal haul in round 12 against Brisbane.
Still has plenty of room for development, before moving up the rankings. Taberner has he developed nicely and will continue to do so in the coming season.
Goal kicking needs a little work.
17 Joshua Walker
Made the move north to Brisbane for the 2016 season, after having spent four years in the Geelong Cats system.
Walker showed some positive signs in what was a poor season from the Brisbane Lions. Walker player 16 games and managed 23 goals. We expect in what will be his second season at the club, his numbers should improve.
16 Levi Casboult
Ranked sixth overall in the AFL for contested marks, Casboult is a unique player that Carlton has at their disposal.
But it is his ability to go missing in games is what hold Casboult back. Also his kicking can be in-consistent at best also.
New goal kicking coach Sav Rocca has slowly but surely improved Casboult’s accuracy at goal, slightly.