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Junior listened as he explained how tangled his emotions were in the moment he was drafted − so excited to be picked up, it had then felt a bit hollow, because he’d wanted to play for a Melbourne club. Junior stayed up late that night, drinking, chatting and celebrating. It didn’t cross his mind that in 12 more months he might be drafted, until Nathan pulled him aside, and reminded him. ‘It’s your turn next year,’ he said. indd 42 10/7/08 12:03:19 PM 7 ‘ So much has got to go right for you ’ Tuesday 20 March 2007 Brad Ebert spent the second week of January training with Adelaide.
Nathan did go − back to the fish, the frangipanis and his family. But then he came back to Melbourne, and stayed, a warm coffee and a good, long chat with Rob Smith helping him change his mind. Nathan graduated from Scotch College in November 2006 and a few weeks later was drafted to Geelong. Few things had made Rob feel more satisfied in all his 20 years teaching. On the morning of Nathan’s draft, Junior had been standing outside the boarding house with Stewie, waiting for a cab. All morning they’d been nagging each other to hurry, and now they were going to miss it.
To see the school and Junior’s emerging life there eased his mind; it made Junior feel better too. ‘He never looked back after that,’ said Rob Smith. That didn’t mean it was easy. One of the first things Rob noticed about Junior was his flexible sense of time. He would get to places if he wanted to get there, but not with any real urgency. Rob also noticed how he’d often agree to do things and then back out without telling anyone. indd 39 10/7/08 12:03:19 PM THE DRAFT A few times, parents offered to take him to the football on the weekend but, arriving to pick him up, couldn’t find him.
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