Shane can be our small version of Post. Capable of playing at either end, and in Shanes case even in the middle/off a wing. I agree with the 'locksmith' assessment, I often see him trying to create, to make the play. He and Connors are a bit alike in this regard, and I think that a number of the errors/turnovers these two have is because they're the ones taking a risk, trying to make something happen. I see both as part of a successful Richmond future (assuming Connors kicks the booze/attitude probs).