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Jake Lloyd

#44   Sydney Swans
Age: 30yr 6mth    Games: 228     Born: September 20, 1993     Origin: North Ballarat Rebels
Height: 182cm     Weight: 81kg     Position: Defender
Drafted: Round 2, Pick #16 2012 Rookie Draft by Sydney Swans
Supercoach Price: $478,800   Supercoach Profile
AFL Fantasy Price: $687,000   AFL Fantasy Profile
Contract Status: UFA at the end of 2025   AFL Player Contracts
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Jake Lloyd Biography

Friday, 23 September 2022
After playing in two losing Grand Finals, Jake Lloyd hopes to become a premiership player with the Swans in 2022.

"They definitely still hurt," Lloyd said. "I was fortunate in my first year of footy to play in a Grand Final, albeit a losing one. I guess you almost take it for granted, but this doesn't happen every year. We are up against a really strong team in Geelong. We know we are going to have to play our best to get across the line."

Thursday, 2 September 2021
Luke Parker wins his third Bob Skilton medal as Sydney's club champion for the 2021 season.

Parker polled 543 votes to win the count from reigning club champion Jake Lloyd (504), while Jordan Dawson (502) was rewarded for his breakout season with a place on the podium.

Friday, 19 February 2021
Jake Lloyd, Tom Papley and Harry Cunningham have been added to Sydney's eight-man leadership group for 2021.
Thursday, 15 October 2020
Jake Lloyd wins his second Bob Skilton medal as Sydney's best and fairest for the 2020 AFL season.

Lloyd polled 421 votes to finish ahead of co-captain Luke Parker (357) and dynamic small forward Tom Papley (341).

"It means a lot. It's something I pride myself on, my consistency, and it's incredible to think I have been standing up here a couple of times now."

Friday, 5 October 2018
Jake Lloyd wins his first Bob Skilton medal as Sydney's best and fairest for the 2018 season.

Lloyd polled 540 votes, just ahead of Luke Parker (517) and Lance Franklin (510).

"From the moment Jake arrived at the club he instantly impressed all of us with his work ethic and his eagerness to learn and make the most of his opportunity," Swans coach John Longmire said.

"It's a terrific achievement to be crowned club champion and a great reward for the commitment and work he’s put in."

Friday, 21 September 2018
Jake Lloyd signs a new four-year deal with Sydney to remain at the club until the end of 2022.

Lloyd was an All Australian nominee in 2018, with the 25-year-old leading the League for kicks and averaging 27.8 disposals without missing a game.

"We're extremely grateful that Jake has seen the footy club as a place he wants to play, and we couldn't be happier to have him with us long term," Sydney footy boss Tom Harley said.

"He's an important player, so for him to show that faith is really pleasing."

Friday, 31 August 2018
Jake Lloyd is prepared to play through the 2018 finals with his future undecided but has again declared he wants to remain a Swan beyond 2018.

"It's a long process and it goes back and forth, but it's not affecting my footy at the moment, which is the main thing," Lloyd said.

"My manager is doing a lot of work with the club and it's looking pretty good from what I can see."

Friday, 6 October 2017
Luke Parker claims his second Bob Skilton medal as Sydney's best and fairest for the 2017 season.

Parker finished with 696 votes, with Coleman medal winner Lance Franklin and defender Jake Lloyd close behind him (650).

"We know and see every week how much Luke competes – he’s just a fantastic competitor," Sydney coach John Longmire said.

"He helps to set the standards around the club and on the ground on match-day. He has the ability to grasp what the team needs at any particular time, and that shows what type of quality person he is."

Friday, 26 May 2017
Jake Lloyd lasted little more than a minute into the Swans' match against Hawthorn before having to sit out the rest of the game due to a head knock.

While being tackled by former Swan Tom Mitchell, Lloyd’s head crashed into Liam Shiels’ knee, leaving the 23-year-old lying prone on the turf.

He was assisted off the ground where he received attention but failed a concussion test and returned to the Swans’ bench later in the term in his tracksuit.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Jake Lloyd signs a two-year deal with Sydney that will keep him at the club until the end of 2018.

"I'm really happy to get it out of the way before the end of the season, now I can focus on the next five weeks and then finals," Lloyd said.

"You want to focus on footy but it's always in the back of your mind I guess."

Tuesday, 17 February 2015
Jake Lloyd re-signs with Sydney for a further two seasons.

"Hopefully I can continue to repay the faith that they (the Swans) have shown in me by playing good football going forward," Lloyd said.

Swans football manager Tom Harley said the club was pleased Lloyd had signed on for two years.

"This time last year, Jake was one of the young players who really stepped up from the rookie list and was able to go on and have a big impact at senior level," Harley said.

"Over the off-season, he has been upgraded to the senior list and we hope he can take another step up in 2015."

Monday, 18 August 2014
Jake Lloyd earns the round 21 rising star nomination after gathering 21 disposals and kicking 2 goals in the Swans' 71-point win over St Kilda.

"It's every kid's dream to play AFL football. I was always told to bide my time and play consistent football and if I was able to do that I would get an opportunity," Lloyd said.

"The individual accolades are something that I'm pretty proud about but I'm just grateful for the opportunity I was given early in the year to be able to win this award."

Friday, 9 May 2014
As he prepares for his fourth straight senior appearance, Jake Lloyd says he is enjoying his opportunities at AFL level this year.

"At the end of last year I signed a new contract and that was pretty special," Lloyd said.

"It was one of my best years of football consistency-wise and the goal was to hopefully get a senior game this year.

"To be honest, I didn't expect it to happen so early in the season."

Saturday, 19 April 2014
Jake Lloyd makes his AFL debut for Sydney at the SCG with 4 disposals (3 kicks and a handball), 2 marks and 2 tackles in a 17-point win over Fremantle.
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