A catch-up with Geelong coach Chris Scott in New York last October paved the way for Jenkins to join the Cats despite two years to run on his contract at Adelaide. After a falling out at the Crows, Jenkins had no choice but to search for another home. He played 11 AFL matches in 2019 for 22 goals, but had two stints in the SANFL due to a lack of form. Back in the senior side in the middle parts of the season, his best match came in round 13 against Richmond, booting four goals before suffering a
two-week knee injury. The proven goalscorer, who averages more than two a game, will provide the Cats with key forward depth behind Tom Hawkins and Esava Ratugolea.
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Player performance throughout this season & their full career