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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 pretty average when it comes to supercoach. Andrew Brayshaw may post a decent score from time to time, but will mostly hover around the pretty forgettable score zone. Selecting Andrew Brayshaw will likely lead to copping some sub 60 scores during the season.
Andrew Brayshaw misses the occasional week with a slight niggle, which can be very annoying for supercoaches. Generally it's the type of injury that sees Andrew Brayshaw miss a week, but then return fine the week after. These are the type of players who are often a late withdrawal from games. Andrew Brayshaw is also likely to be not risked by Fremantle at the slightest hint of a minor injury.
Andrew Brayshaw is expected to play the majority of the season, but probably not every match. Will likely miss a few matches for one reason or another. This makes Andrew Brayshaw a bit risky for supercoach, but it shouldn't totally scare you off selecting him, especially if it's a cash cow inspired selection where you take him at a price too good to refuse.
Andrew Brayshaw will remain in the 70pts area for most of the season. Not where you want long term players scoring, but it's acceptable for a cash cow or emergency player.
Andrew Brayshaw is a high risk, high reward player and is suited to a supercoach team that is contemplating a risky structure.