Delisted Saint Jack Peris and Roo Aiden Bonar will join Gold Coast's pre-season training program and battle for list spots during the AFL's Supplementary Selection Period, which opened on Monday.

Peris, 19, was picked up as a category B rookie as part of St Kilda's Academy in 2021 and enjoyed a successful tenure for the club's reserves side Sandringham.

The small forward finished ninth in Sandringham's 2023 best & fairest before being cut from St Kilda's list.

His debut game for the Saints came in a 26-point loss to Gold Coast, in which he collected 13 disposals, three marks and four tackles in a solid AFL debut.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 03: Jack Peris of the Saints runs with the ball during a St Kilda Saints AFL training session at RSEA Park on May 03, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Recruiters are aware of his athletic potential, being the son of two Olympians; Hockey Gold Medallist Nova Peris and sprinter Daniel Batman.

Bonar is a seasoned 24-year-old who so far hasn't fulfilled his career expectations after being selected at Pick 11 in the 2017 National Draft.

He managed 34 senior matches over six seasons with GWS and North Melbourne until he was cut from the Kangaroos after the 2023 season.

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 18: Aiden Bonar of the Kangaroos is chased by Patrick Dangerfield of the Cats during the round five AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at GMHBA Stadium on April 18, 2021 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Gold Coast SUNS General Manager of Player Talent & Strategy Craig Cameron hopes the two can add to Gold Coast's growing list of recent SSP pick-ups, including James Tsitas, Jed Anderson, Sam Fletcher and Brodie McLaughlin.

“We have been successful in adding a number of players through the SSP in recent years so wanted to take the opportunity to invite Jack and Aiden to train with us throughout pre-season,” Cameron said.

“Both have been in the AFL system for a number of years, so we are interested to see how they adapt in a new environment at the SUNS.”

Gold Coast have the chance to sign both players with their two vacant list spots between now and December 14, or wait until the secondary window between January 15 and February 19.