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Jordan Clark

Age: 23yr 4mth    Games: 79     Born: October 16, 2000     Origin: Claremont
Height: 185cm     Weight: 83kg     Position: Defender
Drafted: Round 1, Pick #15 2018 National Draft by Geelong Cats
Supercoach Price: $461,000   Supercoach Profile
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Contract Status: Out of contract at the end of 2025   AFL Player Contracts
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Jordan Clark Biography

Monday, 22 November 2021
Fremantle recruit Jordan Clark has made the best possible impression to his new coach and teammates after winning two of the club's 4x1km time trials on day one of pre-season.
Wednesday, 13 October 2021
Jordan Clark gets his wish to be traded to Fremantle on the final day of the 2021 AFL Trade Period. The trade sees the Dockers receive Clark and a future fourth-round selection in exchange for pick No.22 and a future third-round selection (tied to Carlton).

Geelong's list boss Stephen Wells denied reports of a testy phone call with Clark before the deal was struck.

"He just asked politely if we could get the deal done, that he wanted to go home to Fremantle. But he was also clear that he might be coming back to Geelong. There was nothing at all firey or newsworthy of that phone call," Wells said.

Clark said he was relieved to be preparing to play back in Perth after two frustrating and injury-affected seasons that have netted 14 games, including three as an unused medical substitute.

"I've found over the last year and a bit I was a bit down on confidence at times and I just want to get back to how I was day one and not worry about making errors," Clark said.

"I like to run and carry and break lines and just take the game on really. That's something I want to get back to and get back to my best."

Monday, 16 September 2019
Jordan Clark's finals hopes have been dashed, with the young Cat sent for surgery on his troublesome elbow.
Friday, 30 August 2019
Jordan Clark describes the horrific moment he injured his elbow at training.

"It was in a marking contest. I got my top half of my body taken out and I landed sideways on the ground. I stuck my arm out for a bit of a base and it snapped in towards my body. I ripped all of the ligaments and two-thirds of the muscle off the bone," Clark described.

Clark will play full minutes in the club's VFL clash with Port Melbourne this week and says he remains optimistic he will be able to return ahead of the Cats' September campaign.

"It's not perfect. But hopefully, it'll do the job and hold up for the rest of the year," he said.

Wednesday, 7 August 2019
Jordan Clark's 2019 season is in doubt after he injured his left elbow in a training mishap.

Clark was taken straight to hospital for scans in obvious pain and with his arm in a sling, having landed awkwardly after a marking contest with ruckman Zac Smith.

Monday, 1 July 2019
Jordan Clark is the 2019 AFL Rising Star nominee after collecting a personal-best 23 possessions against Adelaide at GMHBA Stadium and also kicking a goal.

His teammates, including skipper and mentor Joel Selwood, are surprised he has performed so well given he is "a bit porky". The youngster doesn't sidestep the issue.

"My skinfolds are one of the highest at the club," Clark said.

"They're a work in progress. Joel tends to take the mickey a bit, as most of the boys do in a tongue-in-cheek way, but that's good because you need to have some fun."

Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Just three years into his career, Jordan Clark signs a new two-year extension with Geelong to remain at the club until the end of 2022.

"Jordan has embraced the Geelong football club over his short time here and we are pleased to have secured Jordan's services for a further two years," Geelong's general manager of football Simon Lloyd said.

"From the outset, Jordan has demonstrated a thirst to learn and a strong appetite for hard work. He is a highly creative player who constantly challenges himself to improve, and most importantly, he loves what he does."

Friday, 22 March 2019
Jordan Clark makes his AFL debut for Geelong at the MCG with 17 disposals (14 kicks and 3 handballs) and 4 marks in a 7-point win over Collingwood.
Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Jordan Clark is just about in full training after overcoming a bout of glandular fever that required careful management in his first six weeks at the club.

The West Australian was diagnosed with glandular fever prior to November's draft, but the Cats had no hesitation in taking the attacking defender with their top selection.

"I didn't do too much before Christmas and I was on a pretty limited schedule in terms of running and conditioning and all of that sort of stuff," Clark said.

"I literally couldn't do much because they were worried it would turn into chronic fatigue or something like that.

"I struggled a little bit early on, just being tired and what not, so they cut back a little bit and it made it pretty easy for me."

Friday, 23 November 2018
Geelong select Jordan Clark with pick No.15 in the 2018 AFL Draft.

Clark was diagnosed with tonsillitis and glandular fever recently and will be eased into training.

"I'm fine, obviously it's not the best scenario to be in but I definitely wasn't knocked around too heavily from it," Clark said.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Potential top-10 draft pick Jordan Clark faces a delayed start to his first AFL pre-season after being recently diagnosed with glandular fever and tonsillitis.

Clubs were notified in recent days about the half-back's illness, with the potential he could spend some weeks at home before shifting interstate if drafted outside of Western Australia.

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