I think his body shape and leg speed says yes, and he has more skills than he uses. My concern is posession and field position at manlyThis is a deep dive into my favourite enigma. I'm a big fan of his potential and have never given up hope that he could really fire one day. After reading your post it made me wonder if Paseka could work out as a big super-sub lock similar to the way Nelson Asofa-Solomona is used on occasion at Melbourne? Admittedly he's a contrast to the way Dylan Walker was used but, NAF proves that approach can work. Plus, we've all seen Paseka break away for a try with the defence a little tired. Imagine more of those longer range tries!?
Otherwise I hope he can still be a gun Prop...
the storm have good plans, structures and management . There forwards early work is supported . Kick chase pressure rewards teams/ forwards in so many ways, and they play in good areas
manly often have a poor share of the ball early , especially against better sides And our props have large stints just defending or coming off our line. There is a stack of improvement to be made there , but more so in addressing the fact our props do it without the ball and are being judged against those with it
Paseka with momentum is a different beast as are all if our props TBH
maybe we need max krilich to get in crokers ear and make the 9 a rake again.Whats old is new and far out we need momentum turning moments .
walker straightened the attack and we will miss that , but it was a bit disruptive to balance. not sure our team has the attack in the starting 13, tom being the wildcard to handle a bland bench.
interesting with 3 new forwards arriving already and bullemour looking out of position at back row. Front row/ bench might be anything
i think our team will involve a whole lot of positional rejigging by mid season, well i live in hope anyway