The GWS Giants have made huge strides in 2023, making one last finals push to conclude the season. Under Adam Kingsley, the Giants are seemingly on the rise, however with some possible off-season moves, the team may need some roles filled.
Harry Himmelberg is the big name for GWS who could depart the club at season's end, while tall forward Jake Riccardi has also been rumoured to be on the move, despite an improved amount of game time in recent rounds.
With the versatility of Himmelberg possibly departing, someone to fill that role is much needed. Could any of these five options be a possible solution?
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1. Mitch Georgiades
The out-of-favour Port forward has managed only two senior games in 2023 as his club strives for a premiership. Standing at 192cm tall, Georgiades could create a partnership with Giants key forward Jesse Hogan.
With Giant Jake Riccardi's future up in the air, the Port tall would be a viable replacement. In his short career, Georgiades has shown glimpses of genuine talent. His marking ability is a standout whilst his goalkicking may need some work if he is to be a threat up forward.
In 2022, Georgiades played 20 games booting 23 goals. Prior to that, in 2021 he managed 21 games kicking 32. With Port Adelaide's current success, the tall forward might not be as required to Port Adelaide as first thought.
Would the Giants be a suitable home for the 21-year-old?