Australian Football Hall of Famer Terry Wallace says potential number one draft pick Sam Walsh is a “bulletproof” prospect.
“You normally sit there and sort of say, this bloke will be a 200-game player…he potentially could be quite easily a 300-game player,” Wallace said of Walsh on SEN’s KB and The Doc.
“I think he is bulletproof. He is not one of these that goes as a pick one that you’re going to sit there and think, gee, I wonder if he is going to make it or not.
“He is going to have an outstanding career.”
Walsh, a midfielder out of the Geelong Falcons, is the frontrunner to be selected by Carlton with pick one in this year’s draft.
This year, the hard-running on-baller won the Larke Medal, the Ben Mitchell Medal and Victoria Country’s MVP.
Walsh also captained the Falcons, Vic Country and the NAB AFL Academy.