Adelaide have made the shock determination to not nominate Luke Edwards, the son of Crows’ premiership participant Tyson, as a attainable father-son choice at December’s nationwide draft.
The choice means the 18-year-old who performs for Glenelg within the SANFL would mechanically be added to the checklist of any membership which picks him with out the Crows having the ability to match the bid.
Adelaide have picks 1, 9, 22, 23, 40, 56 and 80 and their recruiting supervisor Hamish Ogilvie stated their determination was a realistic soccer determination.
“We wish to be truthful to him and guarantee he has each alternative to enter the AFL system and the open draft looms as the best choice,” Ogilvie stated.
“Like yearly, we’ll keep true to our expertise order, which Luke stays a part of, however we aren’t ready to provide a assure.”