Who gives it: Lewis Jetta Seventy-eight inside 50s in 2014. AFL ranking second. A shin injury ruined Jetta's 2013 season but he's now playing some of his best football. The speedy midfielder has been a key player in taking the ball inside 50 by foot for the Swans and one of the most prolific in the League in doing so, with only Fremantle's Danyle Pearce bettering him in that area this year.
The most efficient: Rhyce ShawThe former Magpie might not have played since round 14 because of an ankle injury but he's made his 13 games count by being the most effective Swan in taking the ball inside 50 by foot. A total of 48.6 per cent of his entries have found a teammate.
And who gets it: Lance Franklin Unsurprisingly, the Swans' big off-season signing has been on the end of the most entries inside 50 by foot, having been the No.1 target 168 times. The former Hawk has kicked 50 goals from 16 games with his form surging in the second half of the season.
The converter: Adam Goodes The veteran two-time Brownlow medallist didn't start his season until round six because of continuing problems with the knee injury that cut short his 2013. This year, the Swans have scored 47.5 per cent of the time when the ball has found Goodes' hands when delivered inside 50 by foot.
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