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Adam Cerra

#5   Carlton Blues
Age: 23yr 2mth    Games: 94     Born: October 7, 1999     Origin: Eastern Ranges
Height: 187cm     Weight: 86kg     Position: Midfield
Last Drafted: Round 1, Pick #5 2017 National Draft by Fremantle Dockers
Supercoach Price: $494,600   Supercoach Profile
AFL Fantasy Price: $739,000   AFL Fantasy Profile
Contract Status: Out of contract at the end of 2025   AFL Player Contracts
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Adam Cerra Biography

Thursday, 3 March 2022
Adam Cerra explains the reasons he chose Carlton as his club of choice when leaving Fremantle.

"They were really young and stacked with talent. Some of the players who are coming back from injury now, that weren't even playing much last year, they just add to the group and its depth," Cerra said.

"Hearing about the group and the boys, they seemed really motivated. With all of the changes, to be able to join Carlton now, you feel like you're a part of it and building it from the ground up."

Thursday, 7 October 2021
Carlton officially secures the services of Adam Cerra, with Fremantle receiving Carlton's pick No.6 and a future third-round selection.

"With Adam, we're welcoming a real classy on-baller whose best football is still to come. He?s rarely missed a game at senior level since stepping into the AFL environment as an 18-year-old. He knows where to run to get the footy and when he gets it, good things happen," Blues list manager Nick Austin said.

"We were really keen to bring him to our football club for everything he brings to the table. He sees the game really well, he's a student of the game and he has a real drive within himself to continue to get better."

Wednesday, 29 September 2021
Adam Cerra nominates Carlton as his destination of choice for 2022 after requesting a trade from Fremantle.
Thursday, 2 September 2021
Adam Cerra has started meeting with Melbourne-based clubs this week, with the 21-year-old expected to have preliminary conversations with at least two clubs in addition to Carlton.

The Blues remain the frontrunners to win Cerra's signature during the 2021 Trade Period, but it is understood the classy midfielder has not closed the door on other options after requesting a move from Fremantle after four seasons.

Wednesday, 25 August 2021
Adam Cerra has reportedly informed the Dockers of his desire to be traded back to Victoria. Fremantle is understood to be expecting at least a top-10 pick in return for any trade involving the young midfielder.
Friday, 2 July 2021
Griffin Logue says he will try to convince in-demand Fremantle teammate Adam Cerra to sign a contract extension.

"I've never seen a man hit more opposite foot passes lace out to the forwards while in traffic," Logue said about Cerra.

"Anyone would like to play with him as much as possible. I'll probably try to get into his ear and try to get him to stay."

Tuesday, 26 January 2021
Adam Cerra is poised to move into a more prominent inside midfield role in 2021 after an impressive pre-season that has seen him add strength and build his fitness base.

"I see him being one of our inside midfielders. He has flexibility and [it depends] on the health of your list and if there's holes to be filled and who can fill them," Fremantle's midfield coach Josh Carr said.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018
Adam Cerra signs a new two-year contract extension to remain at the Dockers until the end of 2021.

"Iím really excited for the coming years, we are a young group and it was really exciting when we were playing well and Iím sure we will continue to build on that," Cerra said.

"Iíve made a lot of really close friendships here, there was 10 of us drafted last year and Iím close with all those guys."

Monday, 9 July 2018
Adam Cerra earns the 2018 round 16 AFL Rising Star nomination after collecting 23 disposals against Melbourne at TIO Stadium.

Fresh from being the No.5 pick in the 2017 draft, Cerra has already become the subject of conjecture with media speculating about his future with the Dockers.

"You can't really have much control over that. They'll say what they think Ö so you can't get too built up on it," Cerra said about the AFL media.

"I'm loving WA, I'm loving Freo and I'm loving playing with such a young group of boys."

Wednesday, 20 June 2018
Adam Cerra insists he is happy at Fremantle, but won't look at signing a contract extension before the end of the 2018 season.

"Iím loving my time in Perth, loving my time at Freo and really enjoying football so thatís something Iíll more look to the end of the year to deal with but at the moment Iím just looking to focus on footy," Cerra said.

"I made that commitment at the start of the year."

Saturday, 31 March 2018
Adam Cerra makes his AFL debut for Fremantle at Perth Stadium with 9 disposals (6 kicks and 3 handballs), 4 marks, 4 tackles and 2 goals in a 16-point win over Essendon.
Monday, 16 October 2017
Injuries are the only reason draft prospect Adam Cerra isn't in the conversation to be this year's No.1 pick, says Essendon great Darren Bewick.

In eight seasons as coach of the TAC Cup side Eastern Ranges, Bewick rates the classy midfielder the equal of any player he's mentored.

"Adam just has a great understanding of the game and his skills are at a high level," Bewick said.

"He can play inside and out, he can play half-back, and I put him forward one day and he kicked 3.5 in a half.

"He's a (future) 200-game player that's ready to play AFL football now."

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