Loch Rawlinson

DOB: 01/06/2005

Height: 177cm

Weight: 69kgs

Position: Small forward

Recruited from: Mitcham/Sturt

Category: Pick #1 Rookie

Emerging small forward Loch Rawlinson has pieced together an eye-catching resume in his budding football career, his impressive speed and endurance complimented by clean hands and the ability to impact the scoreboard. Rawlinson was a standout at the State Draft Combine, smashing the 20m sprint with an elite time of 2.894 seconds, the classy talent holding plenty of upside as a potential crafty goalsneak or hard-running high half-forward. Rawlinson was among South Australia’s best in all four National Championships games, and averaged 18.7 disposals for Sturt at under 18s level.


Coen Livingstone

DOB: 25/05/2005

Height: 200cm

Weight: 96kg

Position: Forward/ruck

Recruited from: Perth Demons

Category: Category B Rookie, Next Generation Academy (Naitanui Academy)

Exciting Perth Demons forward-ruck and product of West Coast’s Next Generation Academy Coen Livingstone has been one of the most damaging players in the WAFL colts in 2023. Livingstone booted 20 goals for the Demons this season, as well as averaging 16 disposals and 22 hitouts in 14 games, showing he can be a strong presence around the ground. He was awarded the joint-winner of the Jack Clarke Medal as the colts best and fairest, his strength, size and flexibility all contributing to his dominant form. The west Australian teenager is the nephew of Hawthorn premiership player Chance Bateman.