|Occupation:||Australian Rules Footballer|
|Birth Day:||August 3, 1993|
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He was drafted by Richmond with the 15th overall pick in the 2011 AFL National Draft.
His father was treated for kidney cancer when Ellis was a child and in 2009, also received a terminal throat cancer diagnoses but overcame the illness through six months of extensive radiation and chemotherapy.
Ellis was drafted to Richmond with the 15th selection in 2011 National Draft.
Ellis received the Jack Titus medal in 2014, for finishing second in the Richmond Best-and-Fairest count. He led the club in disposals and rebound 50s and placed fourth in the club at the Brownlow Medal. He was also nominated to the All-Australian squad of 40 but was ultimately not selected to the final side. That same year he earned his second selection to the AFLPA's 22under22 team.
Ellis had another strong season in 2015, relishing his role as the club's number one outside midfielder. He topped the club for uncontested possessions and ranked second for total disposals. He failed to make an impact in Richmond's losing elimination final however, recording only 10 disposals on the day.
He played his 100th AFL game in Round 12, 2016, against the Gold Coast Suns at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. He finished the season ranked 3rd at the club for disposals in 2016.
In 2017 he changed roles, shifting from the wing and into Richmond's half back line.
In 2019 Ellis returned to a role on the wing. He finished the 2019 season by playing in a winning grand final, his second premiership in three seasons at Richmond.
Currently, Brandon Ellis is 28 years, 1 months and 20 days old. Brandon Ellis will celebrate 29th birthday on a Wednesday 3rd of August 2022.
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