A number of iconic West Coast jumper numbers have been handed out to some of the club's new recruits, while a second-year Eagle will pull on the number made vacant by retired captain Luke Shuey.

Shuey's now-former number of 13 has been handed to young forward Noah Long following a promising first season at Lathlain for the Victorian.

Long played 19 games this year - the most of any new Eagle - in the No.44 jumper, booting seven goals and averaging 11.05 possessions per game.

As previously revealed, Pick 1 draft selection Harley Reid will wear the No.9 in the royal blue and gold to start his promising AFL career.

Most recently worn by triple All-Australian winner Nic Naitanui, Reid adopts the number that was first made famous by Brownlow winner and premiership star Ben Cousins.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 20: Harley Reid is seen with Nic Naitanui after being selected at number one by West Coast Eagles during the 2023 AFL Draft at Marvel Stadium on November 20, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

Fellow draftees Archer Reid (No.22), Harvey Johnston (No.24), Clay Hall (No.29), Loch Rawlinson (No.36) and Coen Livingstone (No.39) have also been handed their jumper numbers for 2024.

Reid will be beside trade recruit Tyler Brockman in the Eagles' locker room after the former Hawthorn forward was handed the No.10 jumper for his first season with West Coast.

That number was worn by Sam Petrevski-Seton for the past two years before his departure from the club this off-season.

Retired premiership captain Shannon Hurn's guernsey has been handed to free agency signing Matthew Flynn, who's made the move to Perth from GWS.

Hurn, the Eagles' games record holder, wore the No.25 jumper in 332 of his 333 games with West Coast.

The Eagles are set to open their 2024 campaign against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval next year on Sunday, March 17 as part of the Round 1 fixture.