West Coast recruits Zac Langdon and Alex Witherden will don guernsey numbers vacated by two decorated 2018 premiership players next season.
After a year when the No.7 last worn by 215-game wingman Chris Masten was left vacant, small forward Langdon has been given the jumper following his trade from Greater Western Sydney.
Former Lions defender Witherden has claimed the No.23 guernsey previously worn by another superboot, Lewis Jetta, across his 75-game career in blue and gold.
They won’t be the only 2018 premiership Eagles' numbers to change hands, with Jamaine Jones swapping from 47 into retired backman Will Schofield’s old No.31.
West Coast’s draftees have also been allocated their guernseys, with South Australian product Luke Edwards taking hold of the No.16.
Eaton local Isiah Winder will have No.22 on his back and Swan Districts product Zane Trew will be stationed four lockers across in the players changerooms at No.26.