AFL Drafted Players

Josh Bennetts

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Dylan Clarke

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Clay Tucker

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Dylan joined the Hawthorn Football Club in the 2017 National Draft with pick #67. He debuted in Round 3, 2019 against North Melbourne. Moore has gone from strength to strength in the squad claiming one Brownlow point in Round 18 of the 2020 season against Gold Coast with 25 touches, eight marks, five inside 50s and one goal. That was his best performance until Round 7, 2022 where he won MVP with a career and game-high 33 disposals against the ladder-leaders Melbourne Demons.


Paul was recruited by the Collingwood Football Club in the 2010 National Draft, with pick #76. Seedsman made his debut in Round 1 2012, against Hawthorn. He attended Caulfield Grammar School in Melbourne and played junior football for the Rowville Football Club. In 2015 Seedsman won the Anzac Medal for the Best Player in the Annual Anzac Day Match between Collingwood and Essendon at the MCG. In 2016 he moved to the Adelaide Football Club.


Hayden was drafted by Fremantle with their second selection, 20th overall, in the 2011 AFL Draft . Originally from Rowville, Crozier played for the Eastern Ranges in the TAC Cup. He represented Victoria Metro at the 2011 AFL National Under 19 Championships. He was selected to play his first game for Fremantle in round 10 of the 2012 AFL season against the Adelaide Football Club.


Taylor was drafted to North Melbourne with pick 15 in the 2012 AFL national draft orginaly from Rowville he played for the Dandenong Stingrays in the TAC Cup and represented Victoria Country at the 2011 AFL National Under 18 Championships. He made his debut in round 20 of the 2013 season against the Adelaide Crows


Dylan was drafted by the Adelaide Crows with pick 23 in the 2011 AFL Rookie Draft and played his Junior Football with Rowville. After two seasons impacted by injury he was delisted at the end of the 2013 season and moved to Collingwood’s VFL Team for 2014.


Drafted from the Eastern Ranges, Clarke played junior football for the Rowville Football Club he is a prolific ball-winner with a high work rate. The 184 centimetre midfielder average 31 disposals a game at TAC Cup level and was also impressive playing for Vic Metro in the NAB AFL Under 18 Championships.