Jordan Murdoch was drafted by the Geelong Football Club with pick 48 in 2011 NAB AFL Draft. After representing Glenelg in the SANFL in 2010 as well as representing South Australia during the U18 NAB National Championships, Murdoch was identified by Geelong as a key player in the recruitment.
Murdoch is a utility that can play in various positions around the ground. His speed is elite and is something that he uses very well to break-lines as well as out-pace his opponents. He made his debut in 2012 and has since flourished as predominately a half-forward. Murdoch has now played 92 games over his 5 seasons with the Cats. Most recently, his 2017 form has been his best yet. Playing 22 games for the season and kicking 13 goals, Murdoch proved his value for Geelong. Furthermore, he averaged 16.9 disposals and 4.3 tackles a game. Murdoch will now look towards the 2018 season where he will look to continue his form and further develop his game.