PORT ADEALAIDE have re-selected Boyd Woodcock and Riley Grundy in the AFL Rookie Draft today. 

The pair were delisted earlier in the off-season as part of list management, but at the time the club committed to re-selecting them both in the Rookie Draft. 

Woodcock enjoyed a strong SANFL campaign in his first year with Port Adelaide, having been taken by the club with pick 76 in the 2018 AFL National Draft.

The 19-year-old played every game for the Magpies and kicked 22 goals in 2019, putting the small forward on the cusp of an AFL debut in Round 19 when he was named as an emergency against Greater Western Sydney.

A knee injury delayed Grundy’s start to 2019, while a broken finger also interrupted his debut season.

Taken with pick 73 in the 2018 AFL National Draft, the 19-year-old managed 14 SANFL games for the year as a developing key defender.