COLLINGWOOD has extended the contracts of three emerging players; Tim Broomhead, Ben Kennedy and Jonathon Marsh.
Broomhead and Kennedy have both signed deals tying them to the Magpies until the end of 2016.
Marsh, who is yet to play senior football, has extended his contract tying him to the Magpies until the end of 2017.
Broomhead was selection No.20 at the 2012 NAB AFL Draft and did not make his debut until round 13, 2014 after having his first season interrupted with glandular fever and then breaking his wrist during this year's pre-season.
He played two games before returning to the side in round 18 and was outstanding in the last six games, finishing the season with nine goals in eight matches.
Kennedy was chosen one selection ahead of Broomhead in the 2012 draft and has played 20 games since making his debut in round six, 2013.
He started several games as as a substitute but impressed whenever he was on the ground with his ball winning ability. The 20-year-old played eight games in 2014 and has promise.
Jonathon Marsh is a speedster who was selection No.77 in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft. He played as a tall defender in his first season in the VFL and moved close to senior selection before injuring his hamstring late in the year and requiring season-ending surgery.
Marsh, 18, has a brother Harry on the Sydney Swans' list.