The No. 4 pick in the 2013 AFL National Draft, Bontempelli has emerged as one of the competition's star players.
In 2016 he claimed the Western Bulldogs best and fairest in the club's drought-breaking premiership year and was named in the All Australian team.
Bontempelli was runner-up to Lewis Taylor for the 2014 AFL Rising Star award.
AFL games: 63
AFL goals: 58
Caddy was selected by Gold Coast with pick No. 7 in the 2010 AFL Draft.
He played 24 games for the Suns over two seasons before moving to Geelong where he played 71 games in four seasons.
Caddy was traded to Richmond during the 2016 trade period
AFL games: 95
AFL goals: 76
Corr was recruited by the GWS Giants with pick number 12 in the 2012 AFL Draft.
He made his debut in Round 6, 2013 and has since gone on to play 36 matches, including 19 during the 2015 season.
The defender played his junior football at Macleod and played five senior matches with the Roos in from 2011 to 2012.
AFL games: 36
AFL goals: 1
(West Preston and Reservoir)
After being selected with pick No. 2 in the 2007 AFL National Draft, Cotchin has gone on to become one of the AFL’s premier midfielders.
In November 2016 the Richmond skipper was retrospectively awarded the 2012 Brownlow Medal with Sam Mitchell after Jobe Watson handed back the medal as a result of Essendon's supplements program.
Cotchin is a three-time winner of Richmond's best and fairest, the Jack Dyer Medal, and also claimed the Leigh Matthews Trophy Winner in 2012 as the AFL Coaches Association Best Player.
AFL games: 173
AFL goals: 101
Currie was first selected by Sydney with pick No. 49 in the 2006 AFL National Draft but was delisted three seasons later without playing a senior game.
An impressive year in the SANFL saw him selected by North Melbourne with pick No. 56 in the 2012 draft.
He played four games for the Kangaroos in 2014, before being traded to the Gold Coast Suns during the 2015 trade period.
The ruckman featured in four games for the Suns during the 2016 season.
AFL games: 8
AFL goals: 5
(Research and Greensborough)
After an outstanding back half of the 2015 TAC Cup season, Fiorini was
drafted by Gold Coast with pick No. 20 in the 2015 AFL National Draft.
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