AFL games: 10
Disposals per game: 17.3
Total goals: 5
In his first nine seasons at the Hawks, Isaac Smith was the picture of durability.
Racing away to 200 games by the end of 2019, Smith averaged a smidge over 22 games per year through his first nine campaigns.
But unfortunately his 10th year in the brown and gold proved an outlier to this previous form, with the 31-year-old managing just 10 games in 2020.
A shoulder injury picked up in the early stages of the side’s Round 11 loss to Fremantle was to blame for this.
Smith played no further part in the season.
Prior to that game, Smith was having a strong campaign, averaging nearly 19 touches and nearly four marks per game.
His performance in the Round 3 win over Richmond was spectacular, collecting 29 touches and booting a highlight goal.