COLLINGWOOD has shored up its future by re-signing young trio Jordan De Goey, Darcy Moore and Jackson Ramsay to contract extensions.

De Goey and Moore, who were both top-10 draft picks last year, were contracted to the club until the end of 2016 on the standard two-year deals presented to draftees.

But the duo have added a further two years onto their stay and will both be tied to Collingwood through to the end of 2018.

The improving Ramsay has also agreed to a new two-year deal after playing all bar one game so far this season.

"We've been lucky enough to get three of our really exciting younger players to sign up for the long-term," club football manager Neil Balme told the club's website.

"It kind of doesn't matter today, because today's about playing. But in the longer-term it's very important to us and it is to them as well, so it's really good news."

De Goey, who was selection No.5 at last year's draft, made his debut in round one.

He was dropped back to the VFL where he impressed with his consistent form and has won a recall for Sunday's clash with Richmond.

Moore's battle with injury has continued after an interrupted first pre-season, with the father-son addition tearing his hamstring in the VFL last month. He is yet to play his first game in the black and white.

The string of new deals follows the re-signing of star forward Jamie Elliott, who recently agreed to a three-year deal with the club. He was due to fall out of contract at the end of this year.