Port Adelaide and Carlton are the latest clubs to unveil their jumper numbers for 2017.
The Blues’ have handed their first selection in this year’s draft, Sam Petrevski-Seton, the famous No.5 guernsey, worn by club legends, Syd Jackson (136 games), Ken Sheldon (185), Andrew McKay (244) and Chris Judd (145).
Zac Fisher (25), Cam Polson (29), Tom Williamson (31), Harrison McReadie (26) and Patrick (36) have also been given their numbers.
Meanwhile, former Geelong player,
Billie Smedts has been given No.16, while former GWS players Caleb Marchbank, Rhys Palmer and Jarrod Picket have been given numbers 22, 24 and 33 respectively.
Alex Silvagni and Kym LeBois have been given numbers 42 and 44, while Jesse Glass-McCasker has moved to No.40, previously worn by the recently retired, Michael Jamieson.
Jack Silvagni will move to No.1, which was worn by both his father Stephen and his grandfather, Sergio.
The Power have also announced their jumper changes for 2017.
The club’s first selection at this year’s draft,
Todd Marshall will wear No.13, which was previously worn by the delisted Cameron O’Shea.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – SEPTEMBER 25: Todd Marshall of the Murray Bushrangers kicks the ball during the TAC CUP Grand Final match between the Murray Bushrangers and Sandringham Dragons at Etihad Stadium on September 25, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)
Sam Pepper-Powell has been given No.2,
Willem Drew has been given No.28 and Joe Atley will wear No.30.
Brett Eddy (27), Peter Ladhams (38), Jarrod Lienert (40) and Emmauel Irra (45) have also received their numbers for next season.