Jedd Busslinger and Bailey Dale during the 2022 AFL National Draft (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Sports)

The Western Bulldogs have revealed jumper numbers for a further four players ahead of the 2023 season.

The club's trio of draftees and Supplemental Selection Period signing Oskar Baker have all been handed their guernseys ahead of next year, with the club announcing a further four jumper numbers on Monday evening.

Following the announcement that small forward Cody Weightman has moved to the No.3 jumper, the Dogs confirmed last week that free agent recruit Liam Jones has swooped on the now-vacant No,19, while Rory Lobb has landed Lachie Hunter's old jumper No.7.

Lobb will be placed alongside draftee Charlie Clarke in the Whitten Oval locker room, with the Sandringham Dragons product taking the No.8 jumper following Stefan Martin's retirement.

First-round draft selection Jedd Busslinger will pull on the No.5 jumper, succeeding Josh Dunkley, while draft recruit Harvey Gallagher will wear the No.12 jumper after Zaine Cordy's departure.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 22: Charlie Clarke of Victoria Metro celebrates a goal during the 2022 U18 Championships match between Vic Metro and Vic Country at Marvel Stadium on September 22, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Baker will wear the No.13 jumper, replacing swingman Josh Schache, who has swapped places with the former Demon in heading to Melbourne this off-season.

Hunter also joined Melbourne through the trade period, with the winger, Schache and Baker all set to face their former sides in Round 1 next year.