33. Tim Currie
Recruited from: Northern Blues
While admitting himself that 2016 perhaps didn't go as he would have liked, Currie still showed that he has the potential for the next level when he played a standout role in the club's 2016 finals series. Versatile enough to play on a number of different sized forwards, Currie's flexibility is key for the Seagulls when he is firing on all cylinders.
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