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Jonty Scharenberg, the younger brother of injured Magpie Matthew, will be training with Adelaide for a fortnight during the pre-season.

Jonty Scharenberg, the younger brother of injured Magpie Matthew, will be training with Adelaide for a fortnight during the pre-season.

Draft prospect Jack Scrimshaw will train with Collingwood for a fortnight during the pre-season.

Scrimshaw will be one of 33 AFL Academy squad members training at different clubs across the league this summer.

The club placements have been an integral part of the academy's program and this year take on a new twist, with prospects to spend two weeks at a club training and being immersed in an AFL environment.

Last year's academy group trained at two separate clubs for a week each time, with this year's plan for them to spend more time at one club to fully integrate into the AFL program.

Midfielder Jonty Scharenberg, the younger brother of Collingwood's Matt, will be one of three South Australians training at the Crows.

The NAB AFL Academy's week-long camp ended in Melbourne last week, with the stint at AFL clubs coming ahead of the group's two-week high performance training tour of America in January.

The 33 players will head to Florida on January 12 and train at the IMG Academy in Sarasota for eight days before finishing their trip in Los Angeles.

Scrimshaw has been described as a wiry, athletic left-footed defender with excellent skills and size. He is said to be a good decision maker with nice foot skills.

Who's training where?

Adelaide: Steven Slimming (South Australia), Jonty Scharenberg (South Australia), Peter Ladhams (South Australia)

Brisbane Lions: Ben McGuinness (Tasmania), Jacob Allison (Queensland), Jack Rolls (Queensland)

Carlton: Jordan Gallucci (Vic Metro)

Collingwood: Jack Scrimshaw (Vic Metro)

Essendon: Myles Poholke (Vic Country)

Fremantle: Sam Petrevski-Seton (Western Australia), Noah Hura (Western Australia), Luke Strnadica (Western Australia)

Geelong: Alex Witherden (Vic Country), Hugh McCluggage (Vic Country)

Gold Coast: Brad Scheer (Queensland), Jack Bowes (Queensland)

GWS: Kobe Mutch (NSW-ACT), Will Setterfield (NSW-ACT), Zac Sproule (NSW-ACT), Harrison Macreadie (NSW-ACT),

Hawthorn: Nil

Melbourne: Ben Ainsworth (Vic Country), Jy Simpkin (Vic Country)

North Melbourne: Will Brodie (Vic Country)

Port Adelaide: Brandon Parfitt (Northern Territory), Jack Graham (South Australia), Jordon Sweet (South Australia)

Richmond: Jarrod Berry (Vic Country)

St Kilda: Josh Battle (Vic Country)

Sydney Swans: Jarrod Korewha (Vic Country)

West Coast: Sam Powell-Pepper (Western Australia), Josh Rotham (Western Australia), Jeremy Goddard (Western Australia), Jake Waterman (Western Australia)

Western Bulldogs: Nil