Second-year Hawthorn forward Tyler Brockman is set to be placed on the club's inactive list, resulting in a second list spot opening up for the Hawks to potentially use at Wednesday's Mid-Season Draft.
Brockman's move to Hawthorn's inactive list comes after the 19-year-old suffered a season-ending shoulder injury while playing for Box Hill in the VFL a month ago.
According to AFL.com.au's Callum Twomey, the Hawks will gain a second selection for the Mid-Season Draft, with the new selection likely to fall at 19th overall in the draft order.
The Hawks already hold Pick 6 in the draft given their open list vacancy that wasn't used at the Rookie Draft.
Hawthorn will open a second pick for the mid-season draft tomorrow night by placing Tyler Brockman on the inactive list. No guarantee to use it - it will start the night as pick No.19 - but will be open. @AFLcomau
— Callum Twomey (@CalTwomey) May 31, 2022
Clubs are required to submit their final list vacancies to the AFL by 2pm on Tuesday.
Brockman made his AFL debut in 2021, playing 11 games and averaging almost a goal a game for the Hawks.