Adelaide has re-signed emerging midfielder Harry Schoenberg to a two-year extension, meaning he is now contracted until the end of 2023.
The South Australian played eight games in his first season last year after he was drafted from Woodville-West Torrens with Pick 24 in 2019 national draft.
After debuting against Melbourne in Round 10, Schoenberg stayed in the team for the remainder of the season and had 21 disposals including 10 contested against Carlton in Round 17.
Crows General Manager List Management and Strategy Justin Reid said the 19-year-old had made an impressive start to his AFL career.
“Harry is a quality individual who made a good impression in his first year, he lives the team’s mantra of prioritising others and is an important part of the young core driving the group forward,” Reid said.
Schoenberg said he was pleased to sign a new deal with the Crows before the start of the 2021 season and was excited about the direction of the Club.
“We’ve got a young group and the guys have formed a strong bond on the back of last season and by training together in the off-season,” Schoenberg said.
“I couldn’t be happier to re-sign with the Club and be part of the group going forward.”
Schoenberg is the second player to commit to the Club this week, with the experienced Brodie Smith inking a new three-year deal.