YOUNG ruckman Darcy Cameron is now a Magpie, with a straightforward deal going through on Tuesday.
Sydney has received pick No.56 in return for trading Cameron and pick No.62 to Collingwood.
Cameron, 24, has played just one game in three seasons (Sydney's shock loss to Gold Coast in 2018) after being selected as a mature-age recruit with pick No.48 in the 2016 NAB AFL Draft.
He joins the Pies on a two-year deal and has consistently performed well at NEAFL level, playing 11 games this year, averaging 22 hitouts, 17 disposals and five marks a match.
Cameron missed seven weeks this year with a quad injury.
At 205cm, he will provide good support to Brodie Grundy, with the Pies not having a clear No.2 ruckman.
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Key position players Mason Cox and Jordan Roughead generally provide in-game back-up for Grundy.
Watch some of the highlights of our newest Magpie, Darcy Cameron who has joined us from the Sydney Swans. pic.twitter.com/nVzuyYggKE— Collingwood FC (@CollingwoodFC) October 15, 2019
Collingwood list manager Ned Guy said Cameron would help boost the club's ruck stocks.
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"We have been keen for some time to add to our group of ruckmen and Darcy is someone we identified as a good fit for our squad," Guy said.
"We like his marking ability and think that, apart from time spent on the ball, he can develop into a presence in front of the ball. Darcy has the instincts of a natural footballer. I think he will give Nathan and the coaching group real flexibility."