Name: Toby Wooller
PositionKey-Forward
Club: Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro
DOB: 16/3/1999
Height: 193cm
Weight: 90kg
Draft range: 40-60

Summary: Hard-working key-forward who can also play as a tall midfielder.

Strengths:

  • Marking
  • Versatility
  • Scoreboard impact
  • Leadership
  • Strength

Weaknesses:

  • Athleticism
  • Height to play key forward in the AFL
  • Speed

Overall:

Toby Wooller, the grandson of Geelong’s Fred Wooller, is a mobile key-forward who will likely play as a second or third tall at AFL level.

Finished second on the TAC Cup goal-kicking table with 40 majors, proving a potent threat inside forward-50 with his contested marking a real weapon.

There are concerns over his athleticism and ability to play as a key forward against bigger bodies at the elite level, but after showing the ability to play as a hybrid midfielder in the TAC Cup, clubs will look to take Wooller after the first few rounds of the National Draft.