Out-of-contract Cat Quinton Narkle is set to explore his options at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old has been afforded limited opportunities this season, appearing in just seven games for Geelong's senior side.
However, he has made the most of these opportunities, averaging 18.7 disposals and 3.4 clearances - including a 34-disposal effort against Gold Coast in May.
SEN's Sam McClure believes Narkle should be getting more chances at senior level, stating "he’s got enough talent not to get dropped just because Geelong has a good team.
"He’s got enough talent to be in that side in his own right," the reporter told SEN listeners on Thursday afternoon.
Tigers great Matthew Richardson believes Narkle "might be elsewhere in 12 months".
According to reports, Narkle has put off contract talks until the end of the season, with rival clubs sure to circle the young midfielder.
"[Narkle would] be playing senior footy at most other teams right now", McClure added.