Adelaide has made a pair of list calls on a defensive duo, with key stopper Nick Murray learning that he would be elevated to Matthew Nicks' senior list next season and James Borlase delisted.

However, it is not all bad news for the latter defender.

The calls mark the end of the Crows' list changes ahead of the draft, with every player still at West Lakes contracted until at least the end of the 2024 season.

While Murray is set to stay on Adelaide's books through to the cessation of 2025, the rising defender will join the senior list as of October 31 after spending three seasons as a rookie.

The 22-year-old enjoyed a career year in 2023, featuring at senior level on 17 occasions to take his career total to 46 AFL games since making his debut in 2021.

Murray's now vacant position on the rookie list will soon be filled by Borlase though after the Adelaide Football Club confirmed that the Egyptian-born Next Generation Academy graduate will be re-rookied at next month's rookie draft.

The pair of list alterations come off the back of the club officially bidding farewell to Paul Seedsman, Fischer McAsey (both retired), Shane McAdam (traded), Tom Doedee (free agency), Tyler Brown, Jackson Hately, Andrew McPherson and Tariek Newchurch (all delisted) over the course of the off-season.

The Crows will take picks 10, 14 and 20 to the 2023 AFL Draft, set to be held across two nights on November 20 and 21.

Borlase will officially re-join Nicks' squad the following day, with both the rookie and pre-season drafts to take place on November 22.