Strathalbyn teenager Hannah Munyard is one of four South Australians invited to the AFLW draft combine held in October.
AFLW clubs put forward a list of names; those invited to the combine all received one nomination.
Munyard, who is 163cm, is a fast and agile midfielder who has the ability to kick a goal and light a spark in a team.
It is another achievement to add to the long list of success the 17-year-old midfielder has had this year, including winning the SANFLW premiership with South Adelaide, playing for the Central Allies team at the AFLW under 18s championships, and being named vice-captain of the SA under 18s team.
South Adelaide teammate and Central Allies MVP Montana McKinnon was also invited to the combine, along with Madison Newman (West Adelaide) and Jaimi Tabb (Woodville-West Torrens).
A total of 45 players have been invited to take part at the event from October 1 to 3 - nine more than last year, due to another four clubs joining the AFLW next year.