ADELAIDE'S highly-touted top draft pick Darcy Fogarty will wear the famous No.32 jumper with the Crows.
The powerful Glenelg utility has taken over the number synonymous with Brownlow medallist and former Crows captain Mark Ricciuto.
It was also worn by another Brownlow winner, ex-Crow and now Geelong superstar Patrick Dangerfield, for seven seasons at West Lakes.
The jumper was vacant after forward Troy Menzel was delisted.
Many experts were surprised Fogarty was still on the board when the Crows had the 12th overall pick in the NAB AFL Draft last Friday night.
The 192cm half-forward is strong overhead, can push opponents off the ball and is also capable of playing through the midfield.
Fogarty becomes just the fifth player to wear the No. 32 jumper in the Crows' 27-year history.
Ricciuto is the most distinguished, playing 321 games in the No.32.
He was an eight-time All Australian, three-time club champion, Brownlow medallist in 2003 and premiership player in 1998.
Dangerfield started his Crows' career in the No.19 jumper before moving to No.32 in 2009, winning the club's best and fairest award in 2015.
Inaugural squad member Bruce Lindsay was the first player to wear the No.32 in an AFL game for the Crows.
The remainder of the Crows' draft class will finalise their numbers this week.
The available jumpers are 23, 31 and 44.
Mark Ricciuto (right) with the new owner of his No.32 jumper, Darcy Fogarty. Picture: Adelaide Crows
Father/son selection Jackson Edwards will have to wear a different number to the one worn so proudly by dad Tyson.
Tyson Edwards started his Crows career in the No.37 jumper, but was more well known in the No.9, a jumper which now belongs to Rory Sloane.
Jackson Edwards cheekily took over Sloane's No.9 locker in a video posted on social media, while Sloane is currently on holidays overseas.
The No.37 jumper is worn by rookie-listed ruckman Paul Hunter.