|Full name Jayden Post|
Name Jayden Post
Original team Western Jets
Career start 2009
|Height/Weight 195 cm / 93 kg|
Weight 93 kg
Place of birth Altona
Height 1.95 m
|Date of birth (1989-12-05) 5 December 1989 (age 26)|
Draft 26th overall, 2008 Richmond
Role Australian Rules Footballer
Jayden post pre season
Jayden Post (born 5 December 1989) is an Australian rules footballer who played for the Richmond Football Club in the Australian Football League.
Post is from the Melbourne suburb of Altona and played junior football with Altona Juniors and with the Western Jets in the TAC Cup. In the 2008 season, he took both the most contested and the most uncontested marks in the TAC Cup.
Drafted with the 26th selection in the 2008 AFL Draft, Post, who was a key position player with the Tigers, attempted to model his game style that of retired Richmond star, Matthew Richardson. After playing with Richmond's VFL-affiliate Coburg for the first half of the 2009 season, Post made his AFL debut in round 14 against Adelaide. Post was impressive in his third match, a draw against North Melbourne. He went on to play seven more games for the Tigers in 2009. Post also played seven senior games in 2010, spending the rest of the season with Coburg.
Post played his first AFL game for season 2011 in round nine as a late inclusion
Post was delisted by Richmond in October 2012. He is not listed now to an AFL side. Post was not offered a contract for the 2013 season, as the Club finalised its list ahead of the National Draft.
Post plays for the Altona Football Club in the Western Region Football League.