Sam Powell-Pepper has recommitted to Port Adelaide, putting pen to paper on a new two-year deal.

Powell-Pepper made his debut for the club in 2017 after being drafted by the Power with pick 18 in the 2016 AFL National Draft, he has since played 114 total games.

The 25-year-old managed 22 games last season, averaging 16.6 disposals and kicking 24 goals.

Powell-Pepper said he was grateful at the opportunity to re-sign with the club.

“I love everything about being at Port Adelaide – the history, the culture and especially the people,” Powell-Pepper said.

“I've built my life in Adelaide with my family, and I have strong friendships within the playing and coaching group as well as outside of footy.

“The club has helped me grow into the person I am today, and I am grateful for the opportunity to continue that growth around a group that is driven for success.”

Port Adelaide List Manager Jason Cripps said Powell-Pepper's hard work and development made him a valuable asset at the club.

“Sam, to his credit has worked hard on himself and was rewarded last season, being one of our more consistent players and finishing fifth in the best and fairest,” Cripps said.

“We love his willingness to hunt the ball and keep it in our forward line, and he is also contributing more on the scoreboard. He plays the Port Adelaide way – tough and hard at the footy – and is a real barometer for our side because of his energy.

“He's a great teammate and really popular around the club, and we're excited to have him at Alberton for another two years.”

Powell-Pepper's new deal commits him to the club until the conclusion of the 2025 season.