4 CFC Games Played
0 CFC Goals
Once described by Mark Williams as the best schoolboy talent he had seen since Wayne Carey, the South Australian is extremely composed in his disposal and shows great temperament in heavy traffic.
A 190cm key position player who is equally comfortable forward or back, Scharenberg collected back-to-back All Australian selections at a junior level in 2012 and 2013. His ability to read the play and strong hands makes him a force in the air while his poise in heavy traffic has stood out in the formative years of his career.
His progress has been stalled by injuries to his feet and knee, which combined to restrict him to only five VFL games in 2014. A knee reconstruction sustained during the final home and away game resulted in a delayed start to 2015, but fortunes turned to see Scharenberg make his senior debut against Melbourne late in the year.
Sadly, Scharenberg required a second knee reconstruction after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament during training in November 2015, sidelining him for another 12 months.
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