Josh Daicos of the Chargers kicks under pressure during the round one TAC Cup match between the Western Jets and the Oakleigh Chargers at Ikon Park on March 26, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Prezioso/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Clubs nominate father-son, academy selections

Four AFL clubs have nominated five youngsters as potential father-son selections in year’s draft.

Collingwood has nominated both Callum Brown, son of former Pies star Gavin, and Josh Daicos, son of Magpies’ legend, Peter.

Adelaide has nominated Ben Jarman, son of Darren, who played 121 games for the Crows.

Geelong has nominated Sam Simpson, son of Sean, who played 114 games for Geelong from 1991 to 1998.

West Coast has nominated Jake Waterman, the son of Chris Waterman, who played 177 games for the Eagles.

However, what draft picks each club will need to use to snare their nominations will be determined after the other clubs have decided whether or not make a bid for each player.

Meanwhile, Sydney, GWS, Gold Coast and the Brisbane Lions have nominated their academy selections ahead of next month’s draft:

Brisbane LionsJacob Allison (Aspley Hornets), Nate Dennis (University of Qld), William Fletcher (Sherwood), Jack Rolls (Morningside), Declan Watson (Aspley Hornets).

Gold Coast Suns Jack Bowes (Surfers Paradise), Daniel Charlesworth (Surfers Paradise), Jesse Esam (Broadbeach), Nicholas Kempe (Mackay Eastern Swans), Curtis Marsden (Palm Beach Currumbin), Brad Scheer (Palm Beach Currumbin), Max Spencer (Palm Beach Currumbin), Shawn Watson (Cairns Saints), Josh Williams (Hermit Park).

GWS GiantsIsaac Cumming (North Broken Hill), Sam Fisher (Canberra Demons), Ryan Garthwaite (Lavington Panthers), Harrison Macreadie (Henty), Kobe Mutch (Mildura), Harry Perryman (Collingullie), William Setterfield (Albury), Zach Sproule (Albury), Lachlan Tiziani (Albury).

Sydney Swans – Darcy Baron-Hay (North Shore Bombers), Jake Brown (St George Dragons), Ryan Hebron (North Shore Bombers), Callum McFadden (South Coast Thunder), Ned Reinhard (UNSW Bulldogs), Matthew Wilson (North Sydney).