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Tyson Stengle is fresh to the competition after being recently picked up by Adelaide in the draft season. Tyson Stengle may take a while to adapt to the rigors of the elite level, or show performances that are inconsistent. It may see Tyson Stengle float in and out of the Adelaide side this season.
Tyson Stengle is an unknown prospect when it comes to supercoach, and could be anything. This brings coaches much excitement and intrigue, yet also can lead to dissapointment if Tyson Stengle doesn't turn out to be a supercoach type, or struggles to gain selection at Adelaide
Tyson Stengle is a reliable week to week prospect with a healthy body that can survive the rigors of the game. You can count on Tyson Stengle to not get an injury that will lead to him missing games. This makes Tyson Stengle a low risk choice when it comes to considering players who might be injury prone.
Do not pick Tyson Stengle if you are looking for a week to week contributor. This will not happen. Tyson Stengle will be lucky to play a handful of matches, which can be just enough to justify him as a cash cow, but certainly not a long term selection.
Tyson Stengle will land you in the under 50 score zone the whole season. A slow burn as a cash cow, or a real spud as a genuine pick in your side. Be very careful with Tyson Stengle, as this may lead to a wasted trade to rid your team of him. It may also lead to a cash cow that stagnates and doesn't generate cash.
Tyson Stengle is most likely a selection that most coaches will look at. There is nothing fancy about selecting him. In league matches, he's likely to be a solid selection against your opponent without much scope to post a match winning score. Tyson Stengle is known as being a core template player in supercoach. For those not wanting to take risk or make choices with flair, and want a fairly vanilla lineup, he's your man.