SEN South Australian correspondent Tom Rehn says Adelaide are likely to pursue young Richmond livewire Tyson Stengle.
Stengle, 19, failed to play a senior game for the Tigers in 2018 and is currently out of contract.
Rehn believes the South Australian native could be headed home with the Crows looking to add another small forward to their ranks.
“The one who I’m hearing may come the other way is young Tyson Stengle, who’s played a couple of games with Richmond,” Rehn told SEN Breakfast.
“They’ve (Adelaide) really missed Charlie Cameron since he’s headed to Brisbane, I think the Crows will go after him.
“He’s a South Aussie from Woodville-West Torrens, the Crows have had their issues keeping non-South Australians here in Adelaide.
“I think he’s a player that would probably end up coming back to the Crows in the trade period starting next week.”
Taken with pick six in the 2017 Rookie Draft, Stengle has played two games for the yellow and black.