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Draft pick 2 - Andrew Brayshaw  November 24, 2017 5:51 PM

Andrew Brayshaw has been taken at pick 2 in Friday's NAB AFL Draft.

DOB: 8/11/1999
POSITION: Midfielder / Forward
HEIGHT: 184cm
WEIGHT: 82kg
DRAFTED FROM: Sandringham Dragons 

Andrew Brayshaw is a well-rounded midfielder from Melbourne's South-East.

Brayshaw has consistently performed and impacted at every level, averaging 25 touches for Sandringham Dragons in the TAC Cup, dominating school footy for Haileybury College and stepping up to the U18 Championships off the back of a quad injury with ease - averaging 21 disposals in his two games for Vic Metro.

The brother of Melbourne Demon, Angus Brayshaw, Andrew is tough and able to win his own ball, but also possesses a nice balance to play on the outside.

Draft pick 5 - Adam Cerra

A hard worker, neat user of the ball and a superb decision maker, Brayshaw is rated elite for kicking efficiency and score involvements at TAC level, while also averaging nearly seven tackles a game.

A smart player with high footy IQ, Brayshaw is a reliable ball winner, can push forward to hit the scoreboard and also impact across half back.

Brayshaw had an impressive TAC Cup finals campaign and a super draft combine, where he showcased a rare mix of speed and elite endurance capped off an outstanding 2017 season.