AFL Rd 8 - Port Adelaide v Adelaide
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 11: Jordan Gallucci of the Crows is tackled by Karl Amon of the Power during the round eight AFL match between the Port Adelaide Power and the Adelaide Crows at Adelaide Oval on May 11, 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Former Crows first-round pick Jordan Gallucci has earned a pre-season training call up at Richmond in hopes of securing an AFL lifeline.

Gallucci had signed to play with VFL team Williamstown this year but will now trial for a list spot at Punt Road.

The 22-year old was delisted by the Crows last November after 27 games over four seasons since making his AFL debut in 2017.

Gallucci was drafted by Adelaide with Pick 15 in the 2016 AFL draft out of the Eastern Rangers.

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A ruptured achilles tendon cut the midfielder's 2020 season short, failing to make a senior appearance.

He joined the reigning premiers on the track on Monday in a bid to earn spot on the list ahead of the March 9 pre-season supplemental selection period (SSP) deadline.

Nick Couroupis (West Adelaide), Josh Green (Marist AFC, ACT), Rhyan Mansell (Woodville-West Torrens) and Derek Eggmolesse-Smith (delisted Tiger) have also been training with Richmond in hopes of filling Richmond's two list spot vacancies.

The Tigers could hold the list spots over to the June mid-season draft.

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