Jimmy Bartel has named his Top 10 delisted players of 2017.

The Geelong champion has given a second chance to a number of players who were recently cut by their respective clubs.

Here’s what the Brownlow Medallist said on Sportsday:

Bartel’s Top 10 delisted players

1. Aaron Mullett (North Melbourne)
“He’s 25, still got a lot of miles left. Player 18 games last year. He could slot onto the half-back flank at Sydney.”

2. Billy Hartung (Hawthorn)
“He’s got qualities that can still make him an AFL player.”

3. Ben Lennon (Richmond)
“Explosive. He’s that mid-size (forward) who really can contest the ball.”

4. Sharrod Wellingham (West Coast Eagles)
“Might surprise a few mainly because of his age, but you just plug him straight in. Premiership player at Collingwood.”

5. Kade Stewart (Hawthorn)
“He’s only 20. Probably starved of opportunity..”

6. Stewart Crameri (Western Bulldogs)
“If he’s over his hip issues, why not Collingwood?”

7. Ben Kennedy (Melbourne)
“He’s still only 23. 40 games, small forward, beautiful kick. Maybe someone like a Fremantle or West Coast.”

8. Josh Prudden (Western Bulldogs)
“Young still. Plays half-back and would’ve replaced Bob Murphy but the injuries…”

9. Lachie Keeffe (Collingwood)
“200cm, hard to find. Agile and can play in defence as well.”

=10. Jake Spencer (Melbourne)
“I could imagine somewhere like the Giants taking him.”

=10. Heath Hocking (Essendon)
“Tough, inside mid, big body. The year off probably hurt him.”

Mullett later got in touch with Sportsday to chat about his situation following his chop from North Melbourne.