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Andrew Brayshaw is still finding his feet at AFL level for Fremantle. Has showed great signs early in his career and expected to further improve this season for Fremantle.
Andrew Brayshaw is a solid supercoach prospect. He has shown in the past that he is reliable with his scoring, without setting the competition on fire. You can generally rely on Andrew Brayshaw to not throw in a stinky score, or only minimal sub 60 scores.
Andrew Brayshaw is a reliable week to week prospect with a healthy body that can survive the rigors of the game. You can count on Andrew Brayshaw to not get an injury that will lead to him missing games. This makes Andrew Brayshaw a low risk choice when it comes to considering players who might be injury prone.
Andrew Brayshaw is an integral part of the Fremantle lineup. You can comfortably assume that Andrew Brayshaw will play every match of the season, and therefore every match for your supercoach side if you pick him.
Andrew Brayshaw is stuck in the 90s zone, which can be a good thing if they are solidly producing it week to week. However, it may be that this players has big highs and lows that cause this average.
Andrew Brayshaw 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. Andrew Brayshaw 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.