MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15: Patrick Cripps of the Blues and Marcus Bontempelli of the Bulldogs line up on each other in the centre of the ground during the round 13 AFL match between the Carlton Blues and the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium on June 15, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Kane Cornes has named the top 10 upcoming free agents who he believes will be most in demand on SEN.

AFL Media exclusively revealed this year’s 140 free agents, including 10 club captains and a number of stars.

Topping Cornes’ list is Western Bulldog Marcus Bontempelli, who is coming off an All-Australian campaign where he averaged 20.9 disposals, 4.8 tackles and 5.2 clearances per game.

“Similar age, similar abilities, but Marcus Bontempelli is the number one in demand free agent on the list at the moment and there’s some good players,” Cornes said on SEN radio.

Coming in at No. 2 on Cornes list is another player from the 2013 AFL draft – Carlton’s Patrick Cripps. While Cornes believes the Blues skipper will stay put, he ranks him as the second best player who is currently a free agent.

“Similar age, similar abilities, but Marcus Bontempelli is the number one in demand free agent on the list at the moment and there’s some good players.”

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 28: Patrick Cripps of the Blues and Marcus Bontempelli of the Bulldogs are interviewed during the 2019 All Australian Awards at Palais Theatre on August 28, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Coming in third is Tigers triple-premiership defender Dylan Grimes, who Cornes declared is “the best defender in the game.”

“Dylan Grimes is the best defender in the game in my opinion. I have him at number three and he’s a free agent and the third most in-demand free agent for mine.”

Rounding out Cornes’ top five is Giant Josh Kelly and Demon Max Gawn.

Check out his full top 10 below!

1. Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs)
2. Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
3. Dylan Grimes (Richmond)
4. Josh Kelly (GWS)
5. Max Gawn (Melbourne)
6. Zach Merrett (Essendon)
7. Jack Billings (St Kilda)
8. Rory Laird (Adelaide)
9. Luke Parker (Sydney)
10. Luke Breust (Hawthorn)

Check out the full list of 140 free agents below!

ADELAIDE

Matt Crouch
Ben Davis
Bryce Gibbs
Jake Kelly
Rory Laird
Tom Lynch
David Mackay
Daniel Talia
Taylor Walker

BRISBANE

Connor Ballenden
Grant Birchall
Jarryd Lyons
Rhys Mathieson
Daniel Rich
Mitch Robinson
Archie Smith
Dayne Zorko

CARLTON

Eddie Betts
Levi Casboult
Patrick Cripps
Ed Curnow
Matthew Kennedy
Marc Murphy

COLLINGWOOD

Chris Mayne
Scott Pendlebury
Josh Thomas

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Scott Pendlebury of the Magpies celebrates during the 2019 AFL round 21 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Collingwood Magpies at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 10, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

ESSENDON

Patrick Ambrose
Dylan Clarke
Martin Gleeson
Cale Hooker
Zach Merrett
Will Snelling
David Zaharakis

FREMANTLE

Bailey Banfield
Brett Bewley
Reece Conca
Stephen Hill
Ethan Hughes
David Mundy
Lachie Schultz
Matt Taberner

GEELONG

Jed Bews
Oscar Brownless
Cameron Guthrie
Lachlan Henderson
Jake Kolodjashnij
Joel Selwood

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 22: Joel Selwood of the Cats celebrates a goal during the 2019 AFL round 01 match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Geelong Cats at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 22, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos)

GOLD COAST

Sam Day
Jarrod Harbrow
Nick Holman
Jack Hombsch
Sean Lemmens
Jordan Murdoch
Zac Smith
Jacob Townsend

GWS

Matt Buntine
Phil Davis
Matt de Boer
Lachlan Keeffe
Josh Kelly
Daniel Lloyd
Sam Reid
Zach Sproule
Jack Stein

HAWTHORN

Luke Breust
Keegan Brooksby
Shaun Burgoyne
Michael Hartley*
Ben McEvoy
Dylan Moore
Tim O’Brien

MELBOURNE

Mitch Brown
Max Gawn
Neville Jetta
Nathan Jones
James Jordon
Aaron Nietschke
Christian Salem

NORTH MELBOURNE

Shaun Atley
Tom Campbell
Trent Dumont
Taylor Garner
Kyron Hayden
Luke McDonald
Connor Menadue
Robbie Tarrant
Josh Walker
Will Walker
Jack Ziebell

PORT ADELAIDE

Tyson Goldsack
Robbie Gray
Hamish Hartlett
Steven Motlop
Tom Rockliff
Boyd Woodcock

AFL Rd 7 - Carlton v Port Adelaide
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – JULY 19: Robbie Gray of Port Adelaide celebrates kicking the match winning goal during the round 7 AFL match between the Carlton Blues and the Port Adelaide Power at The Gabba on July 19, 2020 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

RICHMOND

David Astbury
Mabior Chol
Shane Edwards
Dylan Grimes
Bachar Houli
Kamdyn McIntosh
Ben Miller
Jack Riewoldt
Nick Vlastuin

ST KILDA

Jack Billings
Oscar Clavarino
Luke Dunstan
James Frawley
Jarryn Geary
Darragh Joyce
Shaun McKernan
Tim Membrey
Dylan Roberton
Seb Ross

SYDNEY

Kaiden Brand
Robbie Fox
Sam Gray
George Hewett
Josh Kennedy
Sam Naismith
Luke Parker
Sam Reid

WEST COAST

Brendon Ah Chee
Shannon Hurn
Mark Hutchings
Jamaine Jones
Josh Kennedy
Dom Sheed
Daniel Venables

WESTERN BULLDOGS

Marcus Bontempelli
Ben Cavarra
Taylor Duryea
Ryan Gardner
Will Hayes
Lin Jong
Tom Liberatore
Stefan Martin
Roarke Smith
Mitch Wallis