ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Jase Burgoyne of South Australia handballs during the 2021 NAB AFL Draft U19 Challenge match between South Australia and Western Australia at Thebarton Oval on October 10, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/AFL Photos )

Highly-rated draft prospect Jase Burgoyne, son of Port Adelaide premiership great Peter, is set to land at Alberton Oval in next month's AFL Draft after nominating as a father-son selection.

The 18-year-old is looking to follow in the footsteps of his father, who played 240 games for Port Adelaide and was a two-time champion with the club, claiming honours in both the AFL in 2004 and the SANFL in 1998.

Jase's nomination will mean the Power now hold priority to match a bid should a rival club look to select the Woodville-West Torrens teenager, who firms as a late first-round to early second-round pick.

Port Adelaide confirmed on Thursday that Burgoyne will be available as a father-son selection at the National Draft on November 24-25.

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AFL Talent Ambassador Kevin Sheehan gave strong praise to Burgoyne's prospects when speaking on SEN earlier this week.

“I like the way he plays. He’s shown me enough that he’s an AFL listed player," Sheehan said.

“He’s a smart mover, whether it’s at half-back and that’s where he mainly played this year, but he’s got that ability to slip past them, he kicks the ball at the elite level, he could play on the wing as well, I would think.

Burgoyne shared his 2021 campaign between the Eagles and Port Adelaide's reserves side in the SANFL, linking up with his brother, Trent.

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Trent was delisted by the Power earlier this month after not featuring at AFL level after a luckless run with injuries.

Retired Hawthorn and Port Adelaide great Shaun Burgoyne has returned to the Power in taking up a mentor, list management and Indigenous liaison position with his former club.

Meanwhile, Collingwood are understood to have declined to nominate Oakleigh Chargers utility Youseph Dib as a Next Generation Academy selection, according to AFL Media's Callum Twomey.

The Magpies' decision will mean other clubs will be able to use a top 20 pick to bid on Dib without having the selection matched by Collingwood.

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Dib and father-son prospect Nick Daicos both trained with the Magpies earlier this year, with a majority of Collingwood's draft picks set to swallowed into a matched bid on the latter earlier into the first round.

Should Dib go undrafted, the Magpies could look to recruit the teenager via the Rookie Draft.

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