ADELAIDE has re-signed three out-of-contract playersincluding midfielder Cam Ellis-Yolmen, who had attracted some rival interestahead of the NAB AFL Trade Period.

Ellis-Yolmen, 22, had played just one game before thisseason, but the Crows announced on Wednesday he had re-signed for two moreyears after impressing as a big-bodied on-baller in 11 games in 2015.

Adelaide also announced that Sam Shaw had signed a two-yeardeal tying him to the Crows until the end of 2017, while Mitch Grigg hadre-signed for 2016.

They follow Tuesday's news that midfielder Matt Crouch hadrecommitted to the Crows for another three years.

Crows football boss David Noble said Ellis-Yolmen had madeexcellent progress in his AFL fourth season this year.

"Credit to Cam, he worked extremely hard last summerand it was reflected in his footy," Noble said.

"We think he gives us a different look in the midfieldas that bigger body, and we're excited about seeing him develop further overthe next two years."

Defender Shaw, 24, put a horror run of injury over theprevious two years behind him late in 2015, returning to the Crows' team fortwo games towards the end of the home and away season.

Thehard-running Grigg, 22, played six games this season to take his career tallyto 20.