18/04/2024

Paddy McCartin is looking to revive his AFL career. Image: 'Sydney Swans'

Over 500 players have nominated for next week's AFL Mid-Season rookie draft, including a host of ex-AFL-listed players. Here is every ex AFL player in the pool to be selected next week.

Over 500 players have nominated for next week’s AFL Mid-Season rookie draft, including a host of ex-AFL-listed players. With players looking for their second and third chances at AFL level, some are looking for another chance to see their first look at senior football.

Here is every ex AFL player in the pool to be selected next week.

READ: AFL mid-season draft: The top 25 prospects

Paul Ahern GWS (2015-2017; 0 games), North Melbourne (2018-2020; 24 games, six goals)

Flynn Appleby – Collingwood 2018-2020; 11 games, one goal)

Joe Atley – Port Adelaide (2017-2020; four games, 0 goals)

Logan Austin – Port Adelaide (2015-2017; 13 games, 0 goals), St Kilda (2018-2020, seven games, 0 goals)

Jacob Ballard – Fremantle (2014-2015; one game, 0 goals)

Ryan Bastinac – North Melbourne (2010-2015; 121 games, 66 goals), Brisbane Lions (2016-2019; 43 games, 27 goals)

Hugh Beasley – Brisbane Lions (2015-2016; six games, 0 goals)

Josh Begley – Essendon (2017-2020; 16 games, 14 goals).

Jye Bolton – Collingwood (2011; 0 games)

Hamish Brayshaw – West Coast Eagles (2018-2020; one game, 0 goals)

Wylie Buzza – Geelong (2016-2019; nine games, six goals), Port Adelaide (2020; 0 games)

Ben Crocker – Collingwood (2016-2019; 26 games, 21 goals), Adelaide (2020; seven games, four goals).

Ben Crocker has been in sparkling goalkicking form for Carlton’s VFL team this season. Image: @CarltonReserves. Twitter

Joel Crocker – North Melbourne (2019-2020; 0 games)

Brayden Crossley – Gold Coast Suns (2018-2019; 10 games, five goals)

Jordan Cunico – Geelong (2015-2019; 15 games, four goals)

Sam Darley – Greater Western Sydney (2012–2013; 13 games, one goal), Western Bulldogs (2014-2015; seven games, one goal)

Jacob Dawson – Gold Coast Suns (2018-2019; nine games, one goal)

Hugh Dixon – Fremantle (2018-2020; one game, one goal)

Tom Downie – GWS (2013-2016; nine games, two goals)

Kyle Dunkley – Melbourne (2019-2020; five games, three goals)

Sam Durdin – North Melbourne (2015-2020; 20 games, one goal)

Matt Eagles – Brisbane Lions (2017-2020; six games, one goal)

Jackson Edwards – Adelaide (2017-2018; 0 games)

Luke English – Richmond (2019-2020; 0 games)

Jordan Foote – Sydney Swans (2015-2018; six games, one goal)

Nathan Freeman – Collingwood (2014-2015; 0 games) St. Kilda (2016-2018; two games, one goal)

Jordan Gallucci – Adelaide Crows (2017-2020; 27 games, 19 goals)

Jarrod Garlett – Gold Coast Suns (2015-2016; 17 games, 10 goals), Carlton (2018-2019; 13 games, five goals)

Jesse Glass-McCasker – Carlton (2016-2018; 0 games)

Daniel Gorringe – Gold Coast Suns (2011-2015; 22 games, seven goals), Carlton (2016-2017; four games, four goals).

Billy Gowers – Western Bulldogs (2018-2020; 33 games, 39 goals)

Fergus Greene – Western Bulldogs (2017-2020; five games, five goals)

Brady Grey – Fremantle (2014-2018; 21 games, 11 goals)

Matt Hammelmann – Brisbane Lions (2015-2017; 12 games, two goals)

Billy Hartung – Hawthorn (2014-2017; 63 games, 27 goals), North Melbourne (2018; 13 games, six goals)

Jacob Heron – Gold Coast Suns (2018-2020; 13 games, two goals)

Mitch Hibberd – North Melbourne (2016-2018; four games, 0 goals), Essendon (2020; five games, 0 goals)

Cody Hirst – Sydney Swans (2019; 0 games)

Alex Johnson –  Sydney Swans (2011-2018; 47 games, one goal)

Harrison Jones – Hawthorn (2018-2020; one game, 0 goals)

Jesse Joyce – Gold Coast Suns (2016-2020; 64 games, two goals)

Jacob Kennerley – Geelong (2019-2020; 0 games)

Patrick Kerr – Carlton (2018-2019; four games, two goals)

Riley Knight –  Adelaide Crows (2014-2020; 55 games, 37 goals)

Michael Knoll – Sydney Swans (2019; 0 games)

is former Swan Michael Knoll about to become the first player selected twice in a Mid-Season draft? Image: SANFL.com.au

Darcy Lang – Geelong (2014-2017; 44 games, 31 goals), Carlton (2018-2020; 20 games, 12 goals)

Doulton Langlands – St Kilda (2019-2020; three games, two goals)

Kym Lebois – Carlton (2016-2019; 0 games)

Jack Leslie – Gold Coast Suns (2014-2019; 28 games, one goal)

Kieran Lovell – Hawthorn (2016-2018; two games, 0 goals)

Corey Lyons – Brisbane Lions (2017-2020; 0 games)

Harrison Macreadie – Carlton (2017-2019; nine games, 0 goals)

Jack Maibaum – Sydney Swans (2016-2020; 0 games)

Brandon Matera – Gold Coast Suns (101 games, 124 goals) Fremantle (43 games, 46 goals)

Jack Mayo – St Kilda (2019-2020; 0 games)

Mitch McCarthy – Collingwood (2017 0 games

Paddy McCartin – St. Kilda (2015-2019; 35 games, 34 goals)

Sam McLarty – Collingwood (2017-2018; 0 games)

Teia Miles – Hawthorn (2017-2018; 12 games, five goals)

Declan Mountford – North Melbourne (2016-2018; 12 games, two goals)

Tom Murphy – North Melbourne (2018-2020; six games, one goal)

Kobe Mutch – Essendon (2018-2020; four games, one goal)

Trent Mynott – Essendon (2018-2019; 0 games)

Connor Nutting – Gold Coast Suns (2018-19; 0 games)

Matthew Parker – St. Kilda (2019-2020;  19 games, 16 goals)

James Parsons – Geelong (2017-2020, 35 games, 26 goals)

Luke Partington – West Coast (2016-2018, six games, three goals)

Jake Patmore – Port Adelaide (2018-2020; 0 games)

Jarvis Pina – Fremantle (2019-2020; 0 games)

Cam Polson – Carlton (2017-2020; 19 games, four goals)

Callum Porter – Western Bulldogs (2018-2020; one game)

Fletcher Roberts – Western Bulldogs (2012-2019; 51 games, 0 goals)

Brady Rowles – Sydney (2020; 0 games)

Blake Schlensog – Geelong Cats (2019-2020; 0 games)

Haiden Schloithe – Fremantle (2012-2013; 0 games)

Joshua Schoenfeld – Gold Coast Suns (2015-2019; 15 games, five goals)

Matthew Signorello – Adelaide (2017-2018; 0 games)

Ben Silvagni – Carlton (2019-2020; 0 games)

Lachlan Smith – Collingwood (2012; 0 games)

Max Spencer – Gold Coast (2017-2018; eight games, 0 goals)

Tyson Stengle – Richmond (2017-2018; two games, two goals), Adelaide (2019-2020; 14 games, 13 goals)

after being cut from Adelaide on the eve of the season, is Tyson Stengle about to be handed an AFL lifeline? Image: wwtfc.com.au

Ryley Stoddart – Sydney (2018-2020; six games, one goal)

Jake Tarca – Geelong (2019-2020; 0 games)

Eli Templeton – St Kilda (2014-2016; 14 games, six goals)

Fraser Thurlow – Essendon (2014; 0 games)

Fraser Turner – Richmond (2018-2019; 0 games)

Mathew Walker – Hawthorn (2019; 0 games)

Lukas Webb – Western Bulldogs (2015-2019; 24 games, seven goals)

Mitchell White – Melbourne (2015-2017; four games)

Harrison Wigg – Adelaide (2015-2017; 0 games), Gold Coast (2018-2019; 0 games)

Reuben William – Brisbane Lions (2016-2017; three games, 0 goals)

Mackenzie Willis – Gold Coast Suns (2016-17; five games, 0 goals)

Nicholas Winmar – St Kilda (2010-2012; two games)

Toby Wooller – Brisbane Lions (2018-19; 0 games)

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