With the draft just over 24 hours away and the Rookie Draft also set to take place very shortly, several delisted players, as well some state league players are hoping for an AFL lifeline and are currently training with clubs.
Lachlan Murphy, 18, produced a brilliant season with the Crows' SANFL team, averaging 24 disposals per game and is currently training with Adelaide.
Joseph Sinor was the No.1 ranked defender in the SANFL in 2017 and has earned a training spot with Port Adelaide, while Cameron O'Shea, who was delisted by the Power at the end of 2016, is training with Carlton.
Meanwhile there are several delisted players who have been promised by their clubs that they will be redrafted in the rookie draft, including Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Claye Beams, Cian Hanley and Alex Johnson.
Check out all of the players currently training with AFL clubs in the hope of a senior football lifeline.
Cam Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide)
Lachlan Murphy (Adelaide — SANFL)
Claye Beams (Brisbane)
Cian Hanley (Brisbane)
Blaine Boekhorst (Carlton)
Cameron O’Shea (Northern Blues — VFL)
Matt Shaw (Gold Coast Suns)
Mackenzie Willis (Gold Coast Suns)
Corey Wagner (North Melbourne)
Joseph Sinor (Woodville-West Torrens — SANFL)
Sam Collins (Fremantle)
Will Fordham (North Melbourne)
Tom Lamb (West Coast Eagles)
Sam Fisher (Sydney Swans)
Alex Johnson (Sydney Swans)
Roarke Smith (Western Bulldogs)