Although playing the least amount of games in a season since his debut year in 2014, Crouch still averaged 27.4 disposals and 4.4 clearances from 11 matches.
Despite displaying hitting form in the SANFL, he couldn't claim a spot back in the Crows midfield brigade as the consistent Rory Laird, the emergence of Sam Berry, and the hard-working Ben Keays consolidated their spots as first-choice selections.
Crouch averaged a whopping 36.9 disposals and eight clearances in the SANFL, including 40 or more disposals in four of his eight matches.
The ball magnet is now attracting interest from other clubs for his services after Crouch fell behind the midfield chain this season under coach Matthew Nicks, in which he was omitted numerous times from the team.
According to the News Corp, the 2017 All-Australian may seek a trade in a move for more regular playing time at senior level, while three unnamed clubs circle.
The 182cm onballer still has a year to run on his contract, with Crows List Manager Justin Reid expecting him to remain in the red, yellow, and blue in 2023.
Late last month, according to SEN SA's Kym Dillon, a number of powerbrokers at the club want Crouch to remain at West Lakes.