Adelaide onballer Harry Schoenberg is the latest Crow to recommit to the Club by signing a two-year contract extension.
The 22-year-old South Australian is part of the Club’s next generation of young midfielders and will remain with the Crows until at least the end of 2025.
He follows fellow midfielders Chayce Jones and Jake Soligo in signing contract extensions in the past week.
Schoenberg was drafted with Pick No.24 in 2019 and played eight games in his first season before earning an AFL Rising Star nomination and the Club’s Mark Bickley Emerging Talent Award in 2021.
He played 16 games last season and four so far this year for a career tally of 50.
Adelaide GM List Management and Strategy Justin Reid said Schoenberg had shown great promise in his four years at West Lakes and the Club was looking forward to his continued development.
“Harry certainly has some great attributes which add another dimension to our midfield,” Reid said.
“He has the ability to win clearance and with his mix of speed and power is able to break away from stoppage which he has showcased at AFL level.
“He is a strong prospect for the future and we are excited he is continuing on the journey with us.”
Schoenberg said it was an easy decision for him to re-sign.
“I’m enjoying where we’re going as a footy club and being an Adelaide boy I couldn’t be happier to be staying on board,” Schoenberg said.
“I’ve made some strong bonds with my teammates and I really enjoy working with the coaching group so I’m excited that’s going to continue.”