Judd added to Hall of Fame
By Jevan Collins
Chris Judd is one of the AFL’s greatest ever players and that was cemented in history when he was added to the hall of fame last night after playing 279 AFL games for the Eagles and Carlton, he called it quits after sustaining an ACL injury against Adelaide.
Judd was drafted 3rd overall in the 2001 draft by the Eagles from the Sandringham Dragons, Judd spent 2002 to 2007 at the Eagles where he won 3 Ross Glendinning medals, Best and Fairest twice in 2004 and 2006, Goal of the year in 2005, Eagles captain from 2006- 2007, 2005 Norm smith medalist, Premiership player & captain in 2006 and the 2004 Brownlow medal before heading home to Carlton in 2008.
At the Blues Judd went to another level by winning 3 more B & F’s, becoming club captain as soon as he arrived at the blue in 2008 to 2012 and another Brownlow medal in 2010 before retiring in 2015.
Judd will go down as one of the greats by coming a 6X All Australian, Best first-year player in 2002 an AFL life member in 2015, West coast life member in 2018, and to top it all of being inducted into the AFL hall of fame in 2021.
Congratulations to Chris Judd on being inducted into the hall of fame