The DJR Point System™ says his third game ranked highest, and the fourth and ninth ranked very similarly. It also says his average score was 3% better than the much-maligned Francis.
He won most stats in the head-to-head contest. The most notable contrary notes to that were in the named-in-the-best stat (never, versus Francis named in the best six in half of his games) and the percent of marks that were contested (8% versus 30%).
It may not surprise you to learn both had their lowest scores in the losing final… though Francis was on the way to a decent tally and dragging us over the line before injury intervened.
(Seriously, a skinny key-position-ish player only gets onto the field in June of his first year, and you’re deeply shamed that our crack team of selectors foiled his every plan?)