Adelaide's famous No. 23 guernsey officially has a new owner, while the Crows' incoming draftees have received their starting digits.

The No. 23, made famous by iconic Crow Andrew McLeod, has been snapped up by livewire forward Izak Rankine, who crossed to West Lakes from the Gold Coast Suns last year.

Fresh Crows Daniel Curtin (No. 6), Charlie Edwards (No. 11), and Oscar Ryan (No. 22) have learned of their debut digits, while Suns recruit Chris Burgess will don No. 21.

Rankine, who previously wore the No. 22 jumper, becomes the fifth consecutive Indigenous Adelaide player to wear the storied guernsey after the aforementioned McLeod, Jared Petrenko, Charlie Cameron, and Shane McAdam.

"I was born on the 23rd (of April) so it's my favourite number," Rankine told, speaking about the switch.

"Growing up, I tried to wear it as much as I could, but with a lot of the junior guernseys they were smallest to biggest so I'd often end up with number three or something like that.

"When I got to Gold Coast it was already taken by Sean Lemmens, so I went for 22, which was the next closest.

"Then when I came to Adelaide, Shane (McAdam) already had 23, so I stayed with 22.

"But as soon as it opened up I was keen to wear it. I know the history behind it with a lot of Indigenous players having [worn] the number and I want to do it proud.

"And having previously been 'Bunji's number, he is such a key part of the history of the Club.

"I loved watching him play when I was younger so I can't wait to wear it myself."