Back View later GalleryHere come the Giants Share facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More A look at the players from the AFL's newest franchise, GWS GIANTS. Previous slide Next slide Taylor Adams (white), in action for Vic Country, is known for his hardness around the ball. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Dean Brogan (left), in aciton for Port Adelaide, brings much experience and game-hardness to a young list. The first sportsman to win premierships at AFL and NBL level. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Josh Bruce flies for the ball in an NAB Cup clash with Hawthorn. Photo: Getty Images Matthew Buntine put through his paces at the AFL draft camp. Photo: Mal Fairclough Jeremy Cameron is a power forward who played 16 matches for North Ballarat in the TAC Cup alongside teammate Kurt Aylett. Photo: Getty Images Steve Clifton is an inside midfielder who has won three premierships at VFL level with North Ballarat. GWS selected Clifton with pick number one in the 2010 AFL Rookie Draft. Photo: Marina Neil Chad Cornes celebrates a goal for his former club Port Adelaide. A member of the Crows' 2004 premiership-winning side. Photo: David Mariuz Stephen Coniglio gets the ball away during the NAB Cup match against the Western Bulldogs. The talented youngster won last year's WAFL Rising Star Award Photo: Getty Images Quick-moving midfielder Shaun Edwards, who hails from Darwin, was a member of the 2011 AIS?AFL Academy squad. Photo: Ben Eyles A convert from rugby league, Israel Folau arrived amid much fanfare from the Brisbane Broncos. Folau has represented Queensland and Australia in league and was part of Melbourne Storm's grand final teams in 2007 and 2008. Photo: Getty Images Jonathan Giles contests with David Hale of the Hawks. The big ruckman (2.01m) is known for taking strong marks. Photo: Getty Images Toby Greene being tested in the sprint at the AFL draft camp. Greene has been lauded for his ability to weave through midfield traffic. Photo: Mal Fairclough Joshua Growden, left, a midfielder with a long kick, can play in a variety of roles and is a sound reader of the game. Photo: Graham Tidy Athletic forward/midfielder Curly Hampton was one of the first players signed by the GWS franchise. Highly-regarded for his poise and speed. Photo: Wolter Peeters Nick Haynes, a 19-year-old forward recruited from the Dandenong Stringrays, has represented Vic Country at NAB AFL U18 level. Photo: Mal Fairclough Adam Kennedy, a 19-year-old midfielder from the Western Jets in Victoria, has won a role after being overlooked in the 2010 draft. , Photo: Joe Armao Former Melbourne skipper James McDonald will bring much-needed experience to the GWS Giants. The 152-game veteran was drafted into the Melbourne squad in 1996. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Anthony Miles is an inside midfielder from Howlong near Albury, and has been ear-marked a leader of the future. Photo: Wayne Taylor GWS' Nick Mohr, right, competes with Richmond's Jack Riewoldt. Tall defender who was recruited from the Casey Scorpions in the VFL Photo: Rohan Thomson Setanta O'Hailpin was recruited from Carlton in the 2011 draft after the Blues delisted the big Irishman. Powerful forward with an impressive physique, he booted four goals in the last home and away game against St Kilda. Photo: Brendan Esposito Rhys Palmer, in action for Fremantle, battles with Hawthorn's Brad Sewell. The 22-year-old midfielder won the Rising Star award in 2008. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo The GWS GIANTS selected Jonathon Patton with their first overall selection in the 2011 NAB AFL Draft. Has been likened to Brisbane great, Jonathan Brown. Photo: Wolter Peeters Luke Power, an elite midfielder who played for the Brisbane Lions Football Club for thirteen years and helped the club to win three consecutive AFL premierships (2001, 2001, 2003). Currently president of the AFL Player’s Association. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Sam Reid, a medium sized midfielder selected by the Bulldogs with pick 35 in the 2007 draft. Photo: Pat Scala Sam Schulz, left, is a right?footed midfielder from Culcairn. A talented sportsman, Schulz has represented his state in both athletics and tennis. Photo: Marina Neil Tom Scully caused much heartache among Melbourne supporters with his will-he-won't-he departure saga. The 20-year-old left-footer was the first overall pick in the 2009 AFL Draft. Photo: David Polkinghorne On?baller Dylain Shiel cemented his place on GWS GIANTS list with an eight goal performance from the midfield whilst playing school football for Caulfield Grammar against Haileybury College in 2010. Photo: Gary Schafer Devon Smith a the AFL draft camp. Smith is a forward from the Geelong Falcons in Victoria. Photo: Mal Fairclough Liam Sumner is a fleet-footed midfielder with a penetrative kick and good overhead skills. Photo: Wayne Taylor Adam Tomlinson, right, was drafted from the Oakleigh Chargers. The 18-year-old forward scored exceptionally well in testing at the 2011AFL draft. Photo: Getty Images Utility player Jacob Townsend was the sixth player to join GWS under the Club’s zoning concessions. He represented NSW/ACT at the 2009 NAB AFL Under?16 Championships and in 2010. Photo: Getty Images Adam Treloar is an exciting young prospect whose sure handling and silky skills mean he can have an impact from a variety of positions. Photo: Joe Armao Dom Tyson is a midfielder known for his toughness when contesting for the ball. Photo: Joe Armao Hard running midfielder Callan Ward was drafted from the Western Bulldogs. The Bulldogs Football Club drafted Ward with pick 19 in the 2007 NAB AFL draft. His grandfather, Bill Gunn played for South Melbourne from 1952 to 1959 and captained the team in 1955. Photo: Steve Christo Nathan Wilson is a medium defender who can also play in the midfield and use his speed to break the lines. A member of the 2010/11 AIS/AFL Academy squad. Photo: Getty Images of More Galleries Previous Next AFL Round 6, St Kilda vs Melbourne. AFL St Kilda vs Collingwood Round 3 AFL St Kilda v Western Bulldogs Round 2, 2016 Essendon Bombers vs Melbourne Demons at the MCG. Easter Monday blockbuster between Geelong and Hawthorn AFL: Giants v Bulldogs The celebrations. Hawthorn 2015 AFL Premiers. AFL grand final 2015. The Game.