Cats youngster Charlie Constable was placed with a tough task in looking to break into Geelong's star-studded midfield over the course of his tenure at Kardinia Park.

The 22-year-old amassed 12 appearances in the blue and white hoops across the past three seasons, with two of his three matches this year coming as the medical sub.

The limited opportunities have since seen Constable delisted from Geelong, however the Cats have flagged they could look to recruit the Sandringham product following the National Draft should no keen suitors emerge.

With the tall onballer now set to assess his options in the open market, we look at the potential suitors outside of the Cattery that should be keeping an eye on Charlie Constable.

2. Fremantle 

Should Constable opt to head interstate, it may be the men in purple that would be most desirable for the discarded Cat.

Not only are the Dockers proving to be a club on the brink of September action, but Constable would also be linking up with star midfielder and close mate Andrew Brayshaw.

Fremantle were able to recruit a like-for-like player in Will Brodie this off-season, however Justin Longmuir could continue to bolster his inside midfield stocks and look to acquire Constable in hope of filling the void left by Adam Cerra.

The Dockers may also be considering their future midfield structure when eyeing Constable's signature, with duo David Mundy and Nat Fyfe requiring reinforcement for the years ahead.

Along with Brayshaw, Caleb Serong and Brodie, Constable can add as a formidable option to the midfield pecking order at Cockburn.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 12: Caleb Serong, Andrew Brayshaw and Sean Darcy of the Dockers walk the pitch during the 2021 AFL Round 13 match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Gold Coast Suns at Optus Stadium on June 12, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos via Getty Images)