Jake Kelly is a professional Australian rules football player know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate ( Age)||21 January 1995|
|Place of Birth||Victoria, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Education||High school Scotch College, Melbourne|
|Profession||Australian rules football player|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
Jake Kelly is a professional Australian rules football player who plays for the Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Kelly was drafted with pick 40 in the 2014 Rookie Draft, and is the son of former Collingwood player Craig Kelly.
Jake Kelly Family
Jake Kelly played for the Kew Comets and the Glen Iris Gladiators, part of the Yarra Junior Football League, in his youth.He then played for his high school Scotch College, Melbourne and the Oakleigh Chargers in the TAC Cup and also made appearances for Collingwood’s VFL side as a teenager.
Though he wasn’t originally on the list to appear at the national draft combine in 2013, he was added to the list after impressive form in the VFL.At the combine he ran the third-fastest three-kilometre time trial, finishing in 9 minutes and 51 seconds.
Collingwood had the option of nominating him as a father-son selection in the 2013 national draft, but they decided not to, instead saying they would consider selecting him as a father-son pick if he wasn’t drafted in the national draft.He wasn’t selected in the draft, but Collingwood chose not to select him in their list anyway, forcing him to go to the rookie draft.He was drafted by Adelaide with pick 40.
Jake Kelly Wife, Is He Married
Possibely Jake Kelly is not married Yet.He make his personal life ptivate so there is no any information is available on social media about his relationship and Marital Status.
Jake Kelly Net Worth
Jake Kelly is a professional Australian rules football player has an estimated Net Worth of $2million in 2022.
Kelly started his career playing for Adelaide’s reserves team in the SANFL. At the start of 2014 he was a standout in the inexperienced backline, successfully tagging several experienced SANFL forwards.This form continued through the rest of the season as he performed well, nullifying some of the competition’s best forwards while averaging 16 possessions and leading the club in marks. He was second in the reserves club’s best and fairest.
In early 2015, Kelly was elevated to the club’s senior list, replacing the injured Brent Reilly.He made his debut against Melbourne in round 3 of the season, laying 10 tackles in the match.After playing ten games for the club, he was given a two-year contract, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2017 season.At the end of the season he was officially promoted from the club’s rookie list to their senior list.
In training for the 2017 season he again proved his endurance ability, finishing first in a 2 km time trial out of Adelaide’s squad.Kelly had a chance to impress the Crows in the 2017 JLT Community Series, laying six tackles in the first match against Richmond.He again pushed for senior selection in the Crows’ final JLT Series match against Brisbane Lions, where he had 16 possessions and took seven marks.His pre-season form was enough to give him his first AFL match in 638 days in the Crows’ season opener.
Kelly missed the round five match against Gold Coast due to being poked in the eye in the previous game against Essendon, but his form was good enough to keep his spot in the senior side for every other match of the season.Having established himself as one of the club’s most reliable defenders, conceding less than one game per goal, he was given another two-year contract extension. He played in Adelaide’s losing Grand Final effort against Richmond, where he had 20 possessions and 6 marks.
During the second quarter of round 1 of 2021 against Geelong, Kelly was hit by Patrick Dangerfield in the head. He suffered concussion and was taken off by stretcher. He also broke his nose. Patrick Dangerfield was suspended for 3 weeks.