Paul Seedsman



Date of Birth



Melbourne, Victoria


Eastern Ranges / Collingwood / Adelaide Crows

Career Highlights and Awards

  • Anzac Day Medal 2015


A smooth mover who can dodge and weave his way through traffic with poise. Seedsman became a Crow in the 2015 Trade Period after playing 49 games with Collingwood, most notably winning the Anzac Medal for his 31-possession, 14 inside 50m and one goal performance against Essendon in Round Four 2015. Quick and skilful, Seedsman appears a perfect fit for Adelaide which identified outside speed as a priority ahead of the 2016 season. He was originally recruited with pick No.76 in the 2010 National Draft.

After an interrupted 2016 through injury, Seedsman hoped to rectify this in the 2017 season. Despite his return being a gradual one through the SANFL, Seedsman played a pivotal role in the Crow’s finals campaign, which consisted 3 of his 5 senior games for the year. In his five appearances, Seedsman showed his class and skill around the ground, averaging 17.4 disposals, a goal and 3.6 tackles a game.

2018 saw Seedsman have his most consistent season to date, playing 19 games and kicking 13 goals from a wing and half back. A consistent 2018 year will hold Seedsman in good stead for the 2019 season as he hopes to help rise the Crows back to Grand Final day.


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