The five Queensland representatives have again put in strong performances on day two of the NAB AFL Draft Combine at Etihad Stadium.
Aliir Aliir (Aspley AFC), Andrew Boston (Broadbeach AFC), Jordon Bourke (Morningside AFC), Clay Cameron (Mt Gravatt AFC) and Brian Coleman-Broome (Morningside AFC) were put through their paces in speed and agility tests.
Tall forward Jordon Bourke showed his mettle chalking up two top-ten performances the day after being told that Geelong would not pick him up under the father-son rule.
Jordon was fourth best overall in agility with a score of 8.30 and seventh fastest in the 20m sprint with a time of 2.92.
Clay Cameron picked up another top-ten finish, scoring the sixth fast time (2.91) in the 20 metre sprint.
The Combine is the ultimate test for young footballers aspiring to be picked in November’s 2012 NAB AFL Draft, on Thursday November 22 on the Gold Coast.
Day 3 schedule will comprise kicking, quick hands, goal kicking and beep testing.
Queensland results from day 2:
20 metre sprint
Clay Cameron 2.91 (top 10)
Jordan Bourke 2.92 (top 10)
Aliir Aliir 2.96
Brian Coleman-Broome 2.99
Andrew Boston 3.13.
Jordon Bourke 8.30
Clay Cameron 8.54
Brian Coleman-Broome 8.58,
Aliir Aliir 8.74,
Andrew Boston 8.85
Repeat sprint (6 x 30 metres)
Aliir Aliir 25.50
Jordan Bourke 26.36
Andrew Boston Boston 26.73
Clay Cameron and Brian Coleman-Broome did not test