General Konrad Hurrell Nrl's Most Damaging Centre

8 games
running metres- 987
average running metres- 123
running metres when playing 80mins- 625m
Average metres per 80mins 156m (4 80minute games)
linebreaks - 7

Justin hodges
10 (80min) games
running metres - 1264
average metres per game - 126m
Line breaks - 6

Josh Morris
13 (80min) games
running metres - 1433
average running metres - 110m
Line breaks - 10

Brent Tate
12 games
running metres - 1115m
average running metres - 92
Linebreaks - 3

Micheal jennings
8 games
running meters - 999
average running metres - 124m
linebreaks - 6
 
Impressive
Not wanting to take anything away from the bloke but how do his defence stats rank compared to other centres in general (not just the rep players) a bit harsh to compare a guys defence in his first season with rep centres
Tackle breaks?
 
Impressive
Not wanting to take anything away from the bloke but how do his defence stats rank compared to other centres in general (not just the rep players) a bit harsh to compare a guys defence in his first season with rep centres
Tackle breaks?
i think his defencive reads have been great all year. he seems to regularly pick the right time to commit to a tackle or shift focus or shut down a runner. imo hes showing the advantage of playing a specialist and a guy who has the right attributes for the position, speed, power and smarts.
 
i think his defencive reads have been great all year. he seems to regularly pick the right time to commit to a tackle or shift focus or shut down a runner. imo hes showing the advantage of playing a specialist and a guy who has the right attributes for the position, speed, power and smarts.


Im glad you added smart... it's such an underrated asset, Konrad sounds fresh, but he is obviously smart.
 
now if we had halves or a running back rower(ala glen stewart) who could set him up or give a good inside pass he's be more damaging

we got a scoring machine out wide but haven't a clue how 2 use him
 
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now if we had halves or a running back rower(ala glen stewart) who could set him up or give a good inside pass he's be more damaging

we got a scoring machine out wide but haven't a clue how 2 use him


So he's scored 6 tries in 6 games going by actual game time, and we dont know how to use him?

I'm not sure what you expect exactly.
 
So he's scored 6 tries in 6 games going by actual game time, and we dont know how to use him?

I'm not sure what you expect exactly.

if we set him up more with the inside pass close to the line instead of letting him smash into the forwards...wanna preserve the kid

wont have a long career if just used as a battering ram....put him one on one with his man
 
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if we set him up more with the inside pass close to the line instead of letting him smash into the forwards...wanna preserve the kid

wont have a long career if just used as a battering ram....put him one on one with his man

Completely agree with smac19 here, even though he is great as a battering ram I think that we need to create more plays for him to take on his man one on one, on the line and earlier in sets.
 
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Completely agree with smac19 here, even though he is great as a battering ram I think that we need to create more plays for him to take on his man one on one, on the line and earlier in sets.


Of course we want him in one on one situations as much as possible, thats the ideal situation for all attacking players... but saying they dont have a clue how to use him, when he's
scored 6 tries in as many games is overstating a bit.
 
i think his defencive reads have been great all year. he seems to regularly pick the right time to commit to a tackle or shift focus or shut down a runner. imo hes showing the advantage of playing a specialist and a guy who has the right attributes for the position, speed, power and smarts.

eh...what football have you been watching
still struggling a little on defence for sure ...have a look at his missed tackle count
However, he is improving all the time

He is a worse defender than any centre atm..but improving all the time
 
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Hurrells building and he is going to be one of the Warrior Centers, we are very very lucky. HE could have been held back in the Vulcans but got an exemption for being an Elite NYC player...

Long may that continue, the next big thing in our NYC squad shouldn't go near the Vulcans. Start with a four game test out in the NRL.
 

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