FREMANTLE will unveil classy draftee Adam Cerra in the club's maiden home game at Optus Stadium against Essendon on Saturday night.
Senior coach Ross Lyon revealed to Channel Seven on Tuesday night that Cerra would come into the line-up and play alongside No.2 NAB AFL Draft pick Andrew Brayshaw for the first time.
Meanwhile, Lyon hinted that the rebuilding Dockers could hand out another first game.
It would mean four debutants in the opening two rounds for Freo after rookie bolter Bailey Banfield featured in the 50-point season-opening loss to Port Adelaide.
Onballers Mitch Crowden and Tom North, plus rookie Taylin Duman, appear the most likely candidates to receive a call-up after strong form at Peel.
"We're certain Adam Cerra will play, so I urge all our members and fans to get along," Lyon said.
"He's pick five in the draft, so you get to see Brayshaw (picks) two and five and possibly another debutant.
"So our new brigade is emerging for us, so that's exciting."
Cerra picked up 24 touches, with five inside 50s and a goal in Peel's 104-point practice match thumping of East Perth last Saturday in Mandurah.
North, taken with pick No.65 last year, didn't play for the Thunder on Saturday due to a shoulder stinger but was dominant against Subiaco with 31 disposals, eight clearances and a goal the previous weekend.
Solidly built Crowden, who was the 59th selection, has tallied 19 and 17 disposals in the past two matches.
Duman was close to a debut last year before an untimely back issue derailed his chances.
But the rangy 192cm youngster booted three goals from 20 touches for Peel against Subiaco and had another 23 disposals against East Perth.
Meanwhile, Lyon declared the Dockers would name silky onballer Stephen Hill provided he gets through training this week coming back from his calf complaint.
"His run and skill and experience and speed is really important for us. I think if he's available we'll pick him," Lyon said.
Full-back Joel Hamling is also likely to return to take on one of Joe Daniher or Cale Hooker, meaning there could be four changes for the Bombers clash.
Hamling was considered underdone for round one due to missing a pre-season game and battling groin and back complaints over summer.
"At the end of the day it's a performance industry and we'd like to have performed better (against Port) so we just can't roll along," Lyon said.
"At Peel we think we've got a really exciting young batch we can bring through.
"Hugh Dixon kicked six (goals), Crowden's been playing well, Cerra, Sean Darcy's down there.
"We really need to expose them and we need to align strategically with our public statements that we are rebuilding and we need to get those guys opportunity to bring them through."