JAY Rantall has thrust his name before recruiters yet again, scoring the Greater Western Victoria Rebels' highest individual honour.
The South Warrnambool export lifted the Adam Goodes trophy as the NAB League outfit's best and fairest on Sunday.
It's been a week to remember for the Warrnambool-raised 18-year-old.
The Rebels' top prize came just days after Rantall etched his name in history, setting a new record for the two kilometre time trial event at the AFL draft combine.
He smashed the record by 14 seconds, finishing in a time of 5.50 at Collingwood's Holden Centre.
He's squeezed every drop out of the lemon to get the best out of himself.Phil Partington
Rantall also finished equal first in the combine's yo-yo running test.
Rebels football manager Phil Partington praised the former basketball star for his work ethic.
"We're so proud of Jay. He's very coachable and determined, he's squeezed every drop out of the lemon to get the best out of himself," he said.
Partington said Rantall's superior physical attributes meant he could play elite football. "He's got some next level attributes, certainly his distance running and ball winning ability. They're just elite AFL traits."
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