AFL games: 15
Disposals per game: 15.4
Total goals: 7
Harry Morrison had a break-out start to 2021, averaging 19.6 disposals and almost a goal across the first five rounds of the season.
But his 2021 campaign was later interrupted in June when he injured his hamstring in the Hawks win over Sydney in Round 13.
Morrison was kept on the sidelines for a lengthy period of eight weeks and did not make a return until Round 21.
Despite his injury, his possession numbers of 15.4 in 2021 were better than his career-high season average of 14.5 touches in 2018, providing a strong result.
Demonstrating composure and efficiency when the ball is in his hand, Morrison possesses the decision-making and skills to be a top-level performer, giving fans plenty to look forward to in 2022.
Best AFL game:
The youngster's most impressive game came in his side's season opener clash against Essendon after he finished with 20 disposals, five marks and two goals.
How the fans saw him:
Twice in my previous job I interviewed Harry Morrison, and have spoken at length of how big of a fan I am of his. So I’m pretty happy with who I got my letter from ???? #Always pic.twitter.com/38ebl8Wm7P— AJ is fully AZ vaccinated (@ARJ7X) August 24, 2021