The AFL’s All Australian side will be stacked with new faces this year, with some 24 potential debutants included in a preliminary squad.
The final 22-man team will be revealed on Thursday but the league revealed its 40-man squad on Monday.
Adelaide superstar Rory Sloane, Richmond gun Dustin Martin and Melbourne ruckman Max Gawn were included and are fully expected to earn All-Australian honours for the first time.
Greater Western Sydney co-captain Callan Ward, Hawthorn forward Jack Gunston and Sydney on-baller Luke Parker are among the other notable names in the the mix to earn their first All-Australian gong.
Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury, Geelong veteran Corey Enright and Sydney superstar Lance Franklin are in line for their sixth All-Australian selection.
Brisbane and Essendon were the only clubs without at least one representative.
40-MAN ALL AUSTRALIAN SQUAD
ADELAIDE: Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Rory Laird, Tom Lynch, Rory Sloane, Daniel Talia
CARLTON: Sam Docherty, Kade Simpson
COLLINGWOOD: Scott Pendlebury, Adam Treloar
FREMANTLE: Lachie Neale
GEELONG: Patrick Dangerfield, Corey Enright, Joel Selwood
GOLD COAST: Tom Lynch
GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY: Stephen Coniglio, Toby Greene, Tom Scully, Heath Shaw, Callan Ward
HAWTHORN: Jack Gunston, Sam Mitchell, Cyril Rioli
MELBOURNE: Max Gawn
NORTH MELBOURNE: Robbie Tarrant
PORT ADELAIDE: Jasper Pittard
RICHMOND: Dustin Martin, Alex Rance
ST KILDA: Jack Steven
SYDNEY: Lance Franklin, Dan Hannebery, Josh Kennedy, Luke Parker, Dane Rampe
WEST COAST: Andrew Gaff, Josh Kennedy, Jeremy McGovern, Luke Shuey
WESTERN BULLDOGS: Marcus Bontempelli, Matthew Boyd