VFL clubs Werribee, Port Melbourne and Geelong have declared their interest in recruiting South Mildura young gun James Flack.
The 19-year-old will move to Melbourne on Sunday to try his hand at landing a spot on a VFL list.
Flack, who won the Ken Mansell Trophy for South Mildura’s best-and-fairest player this year, said he looked forward to testing his wares in Melbourne.
“I’ve been talking to Werribee a fair bit, I’m thinking I’m either going to go to Werribee, Port Melbourne or Geelong, who I’ve just been talking to,” Flack said.
Flack said he had talked to Port Melbourne coach Gary Ayres and development coach Greg Ryan about a spot with the Boroughs.
Ryan said the Boroughs would strongly consider listing Flack.
“We’ve followed his progress and he has had a good year,” Ryan said.
“He’s tough, he’s hard at the footy, he’s got good skills and he seems to know where the footy goes.
“If he’s prepared to do the hard work when he gets down here until Christmas, I think we’ll list him.
“He seems to be a guy who wants to play at a higher level.”
Werribee has also been in contact with the pacy wingman.
“I’ve been talking to Mark Stone from Werribee a little bit,” he said.
VFL 2012 premiers Geelong are also trying to court Flack’s services.
“Matthew Knights rang me the other day and we had a chat. He wants to meet up and show me around the club,” he said.
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