Western Jets key forward Logan Morris is a strong and high-leaping attacker who can play much taller than his 191cm frame suggests.

The Werribee Districts junior booted 30 goals for the Jets this year from 10 games to finish equal third on the Talent League leaderboard, backing up his 31-goal campaign from last year to impress over the last 18 months and earn National Championships experience in both seasons.

Morris would earn a call-up to Vic Metro in 2023 alongside the likes of Nate Caddy, Nick Watson and Jordan Croft to form a lethal front third, with the centre-half-forward's best outing coming against Western Australia where he booted four goals.

While the tape stops to see Morris measured as a medium-sized forward, his vertical and aerial capacity allows him to have a high level of impact in marking contests, where he can also rely on his strong hands to bring the ball down.

His strength and long kicking also combine to give Morris a great chance of winning possession as a forward target and the confidence to strike a shot on goal from distance.

The market for key forwards this year sees Morris sit among the top few that are available to all 18 clubs, with a club late into the first round of the draft potentially calling his name.

St Kilda (Picks 21 and 40), Richmond (Pick 29 and 41), Collingwood (Pick 33) and Fremantle (Pick 34) would all be considering key forwards at the draft and hold selections that are likely to fall in Morris' estimated draft range.

His ability to out-muscle his opponents and have a resounding presence in the front third could draw comparisons to Collingwood spearhead Dan McStay or premiership Melbourne forward Tom McDonald.

Vic Metro talent Logan Morris at 2023 National Championships (Photo by Sarah Reed/AFL Photos)

Position: Key Forward
Weight: 90kg
State: Victoria
Club: Werribee Districts


Aerial Threat
Scoreboard Impact

Draft Range


Potential Landing Spots

St Kilda (Picks 21+40)
Richmond (Pick 29+41)
Collingwood (Pick 33)
Fremantle (Pick 34)

AFL Comparison

Dan McStay
Tom McDonald

Expert comments

"A strong-marking forward, Morris forced his way into the Vic Metro under-18 team for a taste of national championship football in his bottom-age year in 2022. Morris has continued to build on his ability to keep presenting as a mobile marking target, while clean hands at ground level are another key part of his skill set." - Kevin Sheehan