There are eight players in the AFL who have been on the lists of three different clubs, and Geelong have three of them.
The newest member of the Cats’ three-club group is Stewart Crameri who was picked up by Geelong in Monday’s rookie draft after stints with Essendon and the Western Bulldogs.
Lachie Henderson (Brisbane Lions, Carlton) and Sam Menegola (Hawthorn, Fremantle) are the other Cats who have been at three clubs.
The AFL’s five other active three-club players are Josh Caddy (Gold Coast, Geelong, Richmond), Joel Hamling (Geelong, Western Bulldogs, Fremantle), Koby Stevens (West Coast, Western Bulldogs, St Kilda), Jed Lamb (Sydney, GWS, Carlton) and Kyle Cheney (Melbourne, Hawthorn, Adelaide).
Caddy and Hamling are the only premiership-winning members of the exclusive club.