Crisp has signed a new four-deal deal that will tie him to the club until the end of 2023, while Hoskin-Elliott has added a further three years to his contract to remain a Magpie until the end of 2022.
“At the end of the 2018 season retention was a focus for us,” Collingwood list manager, Ned Guy told the club website.
“Jack and Will were obvious priorities in that regard, given the seasons they produced, their experience and the fact that they are reaching the sweet spots of their careers.
“That they were keen to sign long term is also an indication of their faith in the coach, their team-mates and the broader program, which is heartening. They are enjoying their football.”
Both Crisp and Hoskin-Elliott played key roles in Collingwood’s resurgence last year that took the club to a grand final appearance.
Crisp, 25, averaged 23.1 disposals and 5.2 marks per game across half back in 2018, ranking sixth in the AFL for total intercepts.
Hoskin-Elliott, also 25, booted 42 goals for the Magpies last year, ranking second at the club and 15th in the league.