The 22-year-old played 14 games for the Crows over two seasons after leaving Richmond in 2018.
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"We think he's had a terrific period with Woodville-West Torrens, in a premiership team," he said.
"We do have some interest in Tyson. We haven't committed to him yet, it's not just us who want him.
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"He'll have to make that decision himself."
The Cats will need to have one eye on the future, while also remaining a premiership chance in 2022. Tyson Stengle looks set to help achieve both goals by slotting into a small forward line that has an ageing Luke Daulhaus and Gary Rohan.