Collingwood have confirmed their new jumper numbers for the 2022 season, continuing their tradition of handing their top draft selection the prized No.35 jumper.

That number, made famous by club great Peter Daicos, will be worn by the legend's son and fourth overall selection Nick Daicos for next year.

That change has meant young forward Oliver Henry has switched lockers in handing over the No.35 jumper, with the teenager now set to wear the No.16 for the black and white, succeeding retired defender Chris Mayne.

Midfielder Caleb Poulter has moved up three spots on the Magpies' team sheet for 2022, now wearing the No.24 jumper, which was made vacant by Josh Thomas' departure this off-season.

Collingwood Magpies Training Session
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 28: Caleb Poulter of the Magpies is challenged by Trey Ruscoe during a Collingwood Magpies AFL training session at Holden Centre on April 28, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Trade window recruits Patrick Lipinski (No.1) and Nathan Kreuger (No.15) have also been handed their new numbers, with Kreuger continuing to wear the same number he donned in his time at Geelong.

Draftees Arlo Draper (No.19), Cooper Murley (No.27), Harvey Harrison (No.36) and Charlie Dean (No.43) also join Daicos in being handed their first jumpers in the AFL.

Collingwood's younger ranks have already begun their preparations for the 2022 season, with more senior figures set to return to permanently the Holden Centre in the coming weeks.