Fremantle defender Griffin Logue is reportedly being chased by an array Victorian clubs, with the out-of-contract Docker's ability sure to act as a boost for any successful suitors.

Currently contending with the likes of Joel Hamling, Alex Pearce, Luke Ryan and a bevy of intercepting options for minutes in Justin Longmuir's set-up, the 24-year-old is currently seen as surplus by Jon Ralph of The Herald Sun.

However, with 47 games of experience under his belt since being drafted with the 8th pick of the 2016 draft, should an extension fail to arise at Cockburn, Logue's potential will be seen as a tantalising prospect for clubs chasing defensive stability.

Though Ralph was unable to label any specific sides in the market for the Guildford College graduate, the mere fact that each of Essendon, Richmond, Carlton and Collingwood currently have slots open within defensive 50, Logue could well call the MCG home as soon as 2023.

While Logue has only featured in three of Fremantle's five outings ahead of the ANZAC weekend, the Swan Districts product was recalled to the senior side for the Dockers' Round 6 clash against Carlton after both Heath Chapman and Hayden Young were forced into COVID isolation.

Logue is represented by Western Australian player agency group Corporate Sports Australia, headed by outspoken agent Colin Young and former Eagles forward, Andrew McDougall.