MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06: Jamarra Ugle-Hagan of Oakleigh Chargers in action during the 2020 NAB League Testing Day on March 06, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Martin Keep/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Adelaide recruiting manager Hamish Ogilvie says bidding on Jamarra Ugle-Hagan is a "serious consideration" come draft day, per SEN.

After finishing 18th in 2020, the Adelaide Crows have the first selection in Wednesday's draft and draft hopeful Ugle-Hagan is considered to be one of the best talents in crop.

Adelaide currently have one of the best pick in the draft with picks 9, 22, 23 and 40, with Ogilvie saying that they need the on field variety come this draft.

The Crows will now need to consider whether or not they are wanting to make a bid on the Next Generation Academy star or make a strategic move for their 2021 season.

The Bulldogs will have the draft points from picks 29, 33, 41, 42, 52, 54 to get Ugle-Hagan, but whether or not Adelaide are willing to pull that card is the question.

Ogilvie told SEN’s Dwayne’s World on Monday that they would reveal their plans for the 2020 draft come Tuesday.

“There’s a number of reasons why you should and why you shouldn’t, so we’ll weigh that up,” Ogilvie told Dwayne’s World.

“Does the player desperately want to be No. 1 that you do pick? The other thing is maybe the Bulldogs are going to pick the same player as we are later in the draft, so if they don’t have those points, maybe they can’t.

“We’ve got to add some great young guys with high character, work ethic and talent and we’ve got to add as many of them as we can to get back up the ladder as quick as we can."