Originally from Wagga Wagga in NSW, Himmelberg moved to Queensland as a teenager where he played NEAFL footy for Redland and represented the Allies in the 2016 Under-18s. A broken leg stopped him from attending the AFL draft combine, but that didn't stop the Crows from swooping with pick No. 51, allowing him to follow in the footsteps of his older brother Harrison, who plays for GWS. Himmelberg developed his game in the SANFL in 2017 and much of 2018 where he shined in the forward line. His form earned him a late AFL debut in Round 23 against Carlton, where he kicked his first goal. He continued to gain experience at senior level in 2019, kicking eight goals in his seven AFL games.
DOB04 June 1998
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