Corey Enright says the Cats should consider bringing in former Melbourne forward Mitch Clark for the 2015 season.
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Geelong veteran Corey Enright says the Cats should consider bringing former Melbourne forward Mitch Clark to the club.
It had been reported the Clark met with Geelong officials on Wednesday to speak about a possible AFL return.
Enright told AFL.com.au that the club needed another key forward to support Tom Hawkins.
“He’s obviously proven on the big stage before that he’s a quality player, so you’d be foolish not to look at guys like that,” Enright said.
“It’s probably well documented that we’re looking for someone to give Tom Hawkins a chop out, so I can’t see why he wouldn’t do that.”
Clark quit the Demons in April this year after being diagnosed with clinical depression.
The 26-year-old announced earlier in the month he was aiming for a return to AFL football in 2015 and has also been linked with a move to Collingwood.