North Ballarat Rebels captain Jarrod Berry delivered on his reputation as one of the side’s best endurance athletes – winning the three-kilometre time trial and was one of the best performers in the beep test.
Berry ran a time of nine minutes and 46 seconds and a 15.1 in the two most important tests of the combine.
The powerful midfielder made the most of his opportunity to shine in front of the recruiters compiling a combine that is sure to solidify his position among the first round of November’s AFL National Draft.
Fellow North Ballarat Rebel Tom Williamson also impressed.
The agile defender showed he was not only a smart footballer but a genuine athlete, with strong results across a range of areas.
Williamson ran four seconds behind Berry in the three-kilometre time trial while he reached level 14.5 in the beep test to be among the top 10. He also won the agility test with a time of 8.15 seconds and tested in the top 12 in each of the vertical jump tests.
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