Voss was delisted by the Bombers following this season, subsequently earning an opportunity to resuscitate his professional career at Cockburn via the AFL's Supplemental Signing Period (SSP).
The 20-year-old was listed at Tullamarine for two seasons before being offloaded, failing to appear at the senior level during that time.
B-I-G signing for the Borough in ex-Bomber Patrick Voss, who is training with Fremantle... pic.twitter.com/E9oeybHOUF
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Voss, a 196-centimetre product of the GWS Giants Academy, was joined by Will Snelling, Anthony Munkara, Alastair Lord, James Stewart, Rhett Montgomerie and Cian McBride in also being culled by Essendon this year.
In addition to Voss, Woodville-West Torrens youngster Max Beattie also finds himself in the Fremantle mix, as does goalkicker Sam van Rooyen – the younger brother of Demons swingman Jacob – who has also earned a train-on chance at Cockburn.
If Voss' Western Australian venture proves unsuccessful, he appears set to join the Borough for the 2024 VFL season.