|Full name Jared Polec|
Height 1.89 m
Height/Weight 188cm / 81kg
Weight 80 kg
Career start 2010
Name Jared Polec
|Date of birth (1992-10-12) 12 October 1992 (age 23)|
Place of birth South Australia, Australia
Draft #5, 2010 National Draft, Brisbane Lions
Role Australian rules football player
Original team Woodville-West Torrens Football Club
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Jared Polec (born 12 October 1992) is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
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- Brisbane Lions 20112013
- Port Adelaide 2014present
He was selected with the Brisbane Lions' first selection (pick 5 overall) in the 2010 national draft from SANFL club, Woodville West Torrens.
Of Polish descent, Polec is an outside midfielder who, prior to being drafted, played senior football with Woodville West Torrens and was a key player in their 2010 finals series. Woodville West Torrens coach Michael Godden described Polec as being "as good a junior as I've seen come through the system" and praised him for his skill, composure and work ethic.
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Brisbane Lions (2011–2013)
Polec was selected in the initial extended squad for the Lions in round 2 in the 2011 season, but was left out of the final team. He made his AFL debut against Melbourne in round 3. In his first three seasons at Brisbane, he played in sixteen games. In September 2013, Polec requested a trade to a South Australian team, and in October, he nominated Port Adelaide as his preferred club of destination.
Port Adelaide (2014–present)
Polec officially joined Port Adelaide in October 2013. Polec had an immediate impact at Port Adelaide, achieving a career-high thirty disposals in round 7 against Greater Western Sydney.
2015 was not to be for Polec, suffering a stress reaction in his foot which developed into a navicular fracture, forcing him out for the season. In early 2016, scans cleared Polec of the fracture and he was declared fit to resume full training.