Untried ex-Geelong midfielder Flynn Kroeger has signed with Port Melbourne for the 2024 VFL season.

Kroeger departed the Cats after two injury-riddles seasons at Kardinia Park, with the 20-year-old unable to break into Geelong's senior side after joining the club as the 48th pick in the 2021 National Draft.

The Wandin native would manage just the three VFL matches in the hoops over the past two seasons, with his VFL debut coming in Round 9 last year before ongoing knee issues continued to sideline the young onballer.

Kroeger would play just the two state league matches this year before being delisted by the Cats, with his final VFL outing coming against GWS in Geelong's final game of the season where he recorded 18 possessions, six marks and three tackles.

The Eastern Ranges product will now make the move to Port Melbourne following his Geelong exit, with the Borough announcing the signing of Kroeger on Tuesday afternoon.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - May 22: Flynn Kroeger in action against the Northern Bullants. VFL Round 9. (Photo by Arj Giese)

The midfield-defender utility is the latest ex-AFL talent to sign with Port Melbourne, joining delisted Western Bulldogs midfielder Robbie McComb and former Fremantle backman Tobe Watson.

"We'd like to welcome Flynn Kroeger across to the Borough," a short club post read.

"Flynn Kroeger was drafted to Geelong Cats after playing u/18's at the Eastern Ranges."

Port Melbourne finished in 15h on the VFL ladder this year, recording six wins from 18 matches.

The Borough have bid farewell to ruckman Sam Naismith this off-season, with the former Sydney tall earning another chance in the AFL with Richmond following his strong year in the blue and red under coach Adam Skrobalak.