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Port Adelaide have revealed the jumper numbers of their new recruits for next season.

The Power have added seven players to their list for the 2022 season, headlined by Giants forward Jeremy Finlayson.

Finlayson will don the number 11, formerly worn by midfielder Tom Rockliff. His previous number, 31, was available but Finlayson will kick start his Power career out of a new locker.

Sam Skinner, formerly of Brisbane, will wear the 31 guernsey in 2022.

Former Kangaroo Trent Dumont caps off the mature-age recruits for Ken Hinkley's side and will wear the number 43 after wearing 14 at North Melbourne. First-round draftee Josh Sinn has been given the number 8, formerly worn by Hamish Hartlett.

Jake Pasini will wear the number 48 for the Power, while Jase Burgoyne will wear 36, Dante Visentini 38 and Hugh Jackson 39.

Jackson told media on Friday that he was thrilled to pull on the jumper he has loved all his life.

"Coming to the club you’ve supported all your life is obviously exciting. I’ve been loving every day," Jackson said.

"Meeting guys like Travis Boak and Robbie Gray is a bit surreal, but at the end of the day, they’re just blokes so you say ‘gday’ and get out on the track. Meeting Ken was a big one. It was great to meet him. He likes that I’m from the farm."

Visentini is now living with skipper Tom Jonas as he settles in having made the move from Melbourne and said it was a great way to get introduced to the club.

"I’ve moved in with Tom Jonas. They’ve got a lovely household and been really welcoming," Visentini said.

"It is a bit surreal. You go from just playing footy and hoping to get picked up to living with Port Adelaide’s captain

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