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Brady Grey

Last played for Fremantle Dockers in 2018
Games: 21     Born: July 20, 1995     Origin: Burnie Dockers
Playing Height: 182cm     Playing Weight: 86kg     Position: Forward
Last Drafted: Round 3, Pick #38 2016 Rookie Draft by Fremantle Dockers
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Brady Grey Biography

Friday, 9 February 2018
Brady Grey was delisted at the end of 2016 before being thrown another chance as a rookie in 2017, which he grabbed with both hands.

The defensive small played 14 games and booted 10 goals for the rebuilding Dockers in 2017, using his axing as motivation every time he played in purple.

"I faced footy mortality and I didn't really like the other side of it," Grey said about his delisting.

"So, every time I'm lacking motivation it's certainly something that inspires me to keep going.

"Having the opportunity to pull on the guernsey again was something that I really cherish, every time I get to play in the Freo top."

Saturday, 25 February 2017
Harry Taylor has taken his first step towards a potential coaching career when his playing days are over, joining the 2017 intake of the Next Coach program.

Taylor will be joined in this year's course by Richmond ruckman Ivan Maric, North Melbourne forward Lindsay Thomas and Fremantle rookie Brady Grey.

"I'm hoping this more pointed coaching I'll be getting will help me in developing relationships, imparting knowledge and helping educate other people," Taylor said.

"The other reason is simple, if I do go into coaching down the track this will give me a good grounding and a head start to being the best coach I can become."

Monday, 28 November 2016
Fremantle select Brady Grey with pick No.38 in the 2016 Rookie Draft.
Tuesday, 4 October 2016
Fremantle's list regeneration has continued, with Matt de Boer, Tendai Mzungu, Clancee Pearce, Jack Hannath, Brady Grey and rookie Josh Deluca among six new delistings.
Saturday, 5 September 2015
Brady Grey makes his AFL debut for Fremantle at Adelaide Oval with 20 disposals (11 kicks and 9 handballs), 3 marks and 3 tackles in a 69-point loss to Port Adelaide.
Wednesday, 18 June 2014
After winning the best and fairest title in Northern Tasmania's Victory League as a soccer player, Brady Grey is on the cusp on an AFL debut with Fremantle, after being named as an emergency a fortnight ago against the Western Bulldogs.

"Soccer was my priority until January last year, when I focused on footy," Grey said.

"It was just a case of coming over here and developing my football. I'd obviously only played for 12 months before I got drafted.

"So it was just about learning all I can from the players that have established themselves in the AFL ranks."

Monday, 25 November 2013
Fremantle draftee Brady Grey says he is excited to be part of the Dockers after being welcomed with open arms by his new teammates.

"Since Thursday night I've received five to 10 calls from the players," Grey said.

"It's a very supportive culture. I'm proud to be part of the club.

"Matthew Pavlich rang me on the Friday morning and I received a text message from Hayden Ballantyne on the Thursday night straight after the draft.

"I was actually a bit star-struck when they both texted me.

"I thought it was my mates having a bit of a gag. Once they started talking you realised what the goals of the club are and I really want to be a part of that."

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