Emerging Fremantle sharpshooter Jye Amiss has begun to draw comparisons to Geelong superstar Jeremy Cameron as he nears the start of his third season in the AFL.

Dockers defender Jordan Clark, who played one season with Cameron prior to returning to Western Australia in 2021, believes Amiss' strengths aren't too far off the Coleman Medal winner.

After a kidney injury interrupted Amiss' debut campaign in purple, the 20-year-old managed 22 appearances last year to boot 41 goals and lead his club's goalkicking.

While Cameron managed to better Amiss' second-year haul by 21 goals back in 2013 with GWS, Amiss' steady upward trajectory has him in line to be the Dockers' key forward of the next decade.

"He's not too dissimilar (to Cameron)," Clark told reporters of Amiss.

"The way he moves at ground level and can pick up ground balls, kicks goals from everywhere and is very accurate.

"I think Jye is going to be a very popular player in the AFL for however long he plays for. It's exciting that we've got him here at Freo."

Fremantle Docker Jye Amiss, 2023 (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos)

Amiss looms as the focal point in Justin Longmuir's attacking contingent this year, one which has lost lively pair Lachie Schultz and Liam Henry since the end of the 2023 season.

The Dockers will regain club champion Nat Fyfe after his campaign was curtailed early by injury, with the veteran set to share his time between and front and middle thirds of the field in season 15.

Injuries have limited Fyfe to just two 20-game seasons in the past eight years, but with a clean run this pre-season Clark is hoping Fremantle fans will get to see Fyfe back near his best.

"Unfortunately, he hasn't got the body right so far. He always reminds me we haven't played many games together" Clark said of the dual Brownlow Medal winner.

"The way he's gone about it this pre-season, it's really exciting to be around.

"He seems to be back to the Fyfey of old. I can't wait to run out there with him and see him at work.

"I'm just stoked to get to run out there with him as many times as I can over the next couple of years."

The 32-year-old has looked to build his workload this year and will return as the veteran presence among Longmuir's midfielders as James Aish makes the move back to defence.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 13: Nathan Fyfe and Sean Darcy of the Dockers talk during a Fremantle Dockers AFL training session at Victor George Kallis Oval on January 13, 2020 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/Getty Images)

Working with young stars Andrew Brayshaw, Caleb Serong and Matthew Johnson, Fyfe can still be a difference-maker through his tutelage.

"He's an absolute beast around the contest, his aerial stuff (has also stood out)," Clark added.

"He's physically gifted, he's a big man, he's powerful and just adds a different dimension. It's something we've probably missed around our midfield group.

"The way he also leads that line with the younger boys around him, his knowledge of the game is amazing. All the young boys would be silly not to delve into his knowledge and learn as much as they can."

Fremantle are set to ramp up their pre-season program following a four-day break, working their way toward a February 24 practice match against West Coast.

That encounter will be followed by a meeting with Port Adelaide at Alberton Oval in early March before the Dockers' season gets underway on Sunday, March 17 against Brisbane at Optus Stadium.