Port Adelaide has confirmed it has moved Mitch Georgiades to the inactive list for the remainder of 2023.

The list move opens a spot for the Power to select one player in the AFL Mid-Season Draft on Wednesday night.

Scans in April confirmed that Georgiades had suffered an ACL rupture in his right knee, ruling him out for the rest of the season.

The 21-year-old key forward's injury has left the Power without sufficient forward-line depth, compounded by the recent unavailability of talls Todd Marshall and Charlie Dixon.

With a player spot now available, Port Adelaide may look at forward prospects in the Mid-Season Draft, with North Adelaide's Noah Casalini a standout target.

The 21-year-old forward has managed five-goal hauls on two occasions this season while impressing with his speed and jumping ability, similar to Georgiades.

Jed Hagan runs with ball during the U18 AFL Boys Championship match between Western Australia and the Allies. Photo by Kelly Barnes/AFL Photos.

Alternatively, Port Adelaide may consider elevating Jed Hagan, a SANFL-listed player for the Magpies, to their Rookie list via Wednesday's draft.

The 19-year-old Western Australian went undrafted in 2022, but has shown potential in this SANFL season with a speedy 175cm frame.

Other options the Power could consider would be Northern Bullants tall Brandon Ryan or Oakleigh Chargers prospect Will Elliott, the son of former Australian Test cricketer and South Australian representative Matt Elliott.

Port Adelaide are likely to hold Pick 11 in the draft, which will take place remotely on Wednesday, May 31.