A recent discussion among the 2024 All-Australian selection panel has unveiled a 76-player list of prospective options in consideration for a blazer at the end of this year.

Broadcasted on Fox Footy, insight into the All-Australian panel's workings was uncovered as a near-80 players were discussed by those who will select the final 22-man side.

The All-Australian panel is made up of Andrew Dillon (Chair), Eddie Betts, Jude Bolton, Nathan Buckley, Kane Cornes, Glen Jakovich, Matthew Pavlich, Laura Kane, Abbey Holmes and Josh Mahoney.

Ladder leaders Sydney had the most players mentioned with eight, as Nick Blakey, Ollie Florent, Brodie Grundy, Errol Gulden, Will Hayward, Isaac Heeney, James Rowbottom and Chad Warner were all named.

The next highest was Essendon and GWS with seven each as all 18 clubs had at least one player in the conversation, with North Melbourne and Richmond having the fewest with just one player each.

A number of All-Australian contenders were not mentioned on the program - including Carlton's Jacob Weitering, Bulldog Adam Trelor and breakout Dockers defender Jordan Clark - but may have been discussed during the panel's meeting and not shown on the broadcast.

From last year's selected side Jack Sinclair, Darcy Moore, Taylor Walker, Charlie Cameron, Tim English and Nick Larkey were not shown to be discussed.

These discussions were held during May and are noted as preliminary conversations, with the panel to come together on several more occasions this year.

Players discussed at recent All-Australian selection panel meeting

Adelaide (2)

Izak Rankine
Jordan Dawson

Brisbane (3)

Harris Andrews
Dayne Zorko
Lachie Neale

Carlton (4)

Patrick Cripps
Charlie Curnow
Harry McKay
Nic Newman

Collingwood (5)

Darcy Cameron
Josh Daicos
Nick Daicos
Brody Mihocek
Scott Pendlebury

Essendon (7)

Sam Durham
Kyle Langford
Nic Martin
Andrew McGrath
Ben McKay
Zach Merrett
Jake Stringer

Fremantle (5)

Luke Jackson
Alex Pearce
Luke Ryan
Caleb Serong
Hayden Young

Geelong (5)

Jeremy Cameron
Max Holmes
Gryan Miers
Tyson Stengle
Tom Stewart

Gold Coast (5)

Noah Anderson
Mac Andrew
Sam Flanders
Ben King
Matt Rowell

GWS (7)

Lachie Ash
Toby Greene
Tom Green
Jesse Hogan
Josh Kelly
Sam Taylor
Lachie Whitfield

Hawthorn (4)

Blake Hardwick
Dylan Moore
Jai Newcombe
James Sicily

Melbourne (4)

Bayley Fritsch
Max Gawn
Steven May
Christian Petracca

North Melbourne (1)

Tristan Xerri

Port Adelaide (4)

Zak Butters
Jason Horne-Francis
Daniel Houston
Connor Rozee

Richmond (1)

Nick Vlastuin

St Kilda (3)

Bradley Hill
Rowan Marshall
Callum Wilkie

Sydney (8)

Nick Blakey
Ollie Florent
Brodie Grundy
Errol Gulden
Will Hayward
Isaac Heeney
James Rowbottom
Chad Warner

West Coast (5)

Tom Barrass
Liam Duggan
Jeremy McGovern
Jake Waterman
Elliot Yeo

Western Bulldogs (3)

Marcus Bontempelli
Bailey Dale
Ed Richards