A HOST of top Richmond AFLW players and officials have descended on the United States in a personal development tour.

It's been organised by forwards coach Nathan Chapman, who also runs Prokick – an academy that trains Australians for the NFL or the American football college system, and this week saw former St Kilda player and graduate Arryn Siposs play in the Super Bowl.

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Captain Katie Brennan, former No.1 pick Ellie McKenzie, Sarah and Jess Hosking, Eilish Sheerin, Gabby Seymour, Bec Miller and Amelia Peck are the crew enjoying their time away from AFLW with a bit more football, albeit of a different kind.

Chapman's contacts have seen the group spend time in Atlanta, touring Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia, as well as Vanderbilt University in Nashville and Auburn University in Alabama.

Richmond players during their trip to the United States. Picture: @jesshosking Instagram

Accompanied by senior coach Ryan Ferguson, Richmond's AFLW leadership and culture manager Liz Quinn and AFLW operations, technology and performance coordinator (and VFLW/NTFLW player) Eliza Morrison, Chapman has organised chats and fitness sessions with various elite coaches and players.

The players are also working on their kicking skills, with a focus on learning about different training programs.