FREMANTLE youngsters Tommy Sheridan and Hayden Crozier have both resisted the lure of a return home to Victoria to sign two-year contract extensions with the club.

The two Victorians were selected with picks 16 and 20 respectively in the 2011 NAB AFL draft and have signed on until the end of the 2017.

Sheridan, 21, has played 34 games across the last four seasons including 15 this year.

"I was always going to stay," Sheridan told the club's website.

"There is a great group of lads here.

"To get two more years at Freo is an honour."

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Crozier, 21, has played 33 matches over the same period and if he plays this week against Melbourne it will be the first time in his career he has played seven matches in a row.

But despite the battle for opportunity, the talented left-footer said he was committed to the club for the next two seasons.

"I get along with the boys, so it is the right place to be," Crozier said.

"I have a good core group of mates outside footy too, which is why I decided to stay.

"It is a very hard working and driven group. We are an incredibly close group.

"We've got a lot of good young players coming through, which is exciting."  

Fremantle general manager of player management Brad Lloyd said Crozier could develop into a very exciting player at AFL level.

"He is a highly skilled player with strong running capabilities with the ability to kick goals," Lloyd said.

"We look forward to seeing Hayden continue his development as a player with the club.”