The GWS Giants have made huge strides in 2023, making one last finals push to conclude the season. Under Adam Kingsley, the Giants are seemingly on the rise, however with some possible off-season moves, the team may need some roles filled.
Harry Himmelberg is the big name for GWS who could depart the club at season's end, while tall forward Jake Riccardi has also been rumoured to be on the move, despite an improved amount of game time in recent rounds.
With the versatility of Himmelberg possibly departing, someone to fill that role is much needed. Could any of these five options be a possible solution?
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2. Jack Silvagni
Whilst now seemingly a mainstay in the Carlton side, Jack Silvagni remains without a contract past 2023. The versatile forward has been used in almost every position possible throughout 2023, most notably as a second ruckman. Carlton's injury woes had forced Voss' hand, playing Silvagni as a key tall for most of the season.
Despite not being a genuine ruckman, Silvagni has proven that he can be a decent second option. The Giants are now armed with a much improved Kieren Briggs and may be looking for a helping hand who can be used up forward if necessary.
Silvagni proved his versatility this season with a standout performance against the Power in Round 18. He booted four goals along with 19 touches and was a key factor in handing Port their first defeat in 13 weeks.