Mason Redman is the AFL’s most consistent player, according to Champion Data statistics.
Moore has been a key figure in the Collingwood backline after enduring an injury ravished 2018, and statistics have shown just how important the defender has been. Averaging 15.5 disposals and just under five marks per game, he has been instrumental in shutting down opposition key forwards.
Former Collingwood player Mick McGuane told the Herald Sun: “From an individual standpoint he’s very good one-on-one and he’s proven that on a number of occasions this year.
“He backs his judgement in the air which I like in a defender.”
Hawthorns James Worpel is also another who has been extremely consistent with the young Hawk accumulating 20 disposals in all but one of his games this year to go with his five tackles and 3.5 marks.
Of players with over 100 ranking points, Tom Stewart is the most consistent player, as the 26 year-old All Australian defender has been a starlet amongst the impenetrable Geelong backline. Averaging 24 disposals and 7.5 marks a game, Stewart is in the prime of his AFL life.
On an average ranking points system, allowing for standard deviation and games played, here is your clubs most consistent player:
Source: Champion Data.
Carlton: Paddy Dow (13 games, average 58.8, SD 13.6)
Collingwood: Darcy Moore (11 games, average 76.2, SD 11.1)
Essendon: Mason Redman (10 games, average rank 67.2, standard deviation 8.4).
Geelong: Tom Stewart (13 games, average 101.1, SD 13.1)
Hawthorn: James Worpel (12 games, average 89, SD 11.7)
Melbourne: Josh Wagner (10 games, average 60.3, SD 9.6)